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US President Trump's former national security advisor Michael Flynn pleads guilty to lying to the FBI about his contacts with Russia.
Also in the programme: Zimbabwe's new information minister and the latest on the football World Cup draw.
(Photo: Former US National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. Credit: Mario Tama/Getty Images)
Zimbabwe's new President has appointed senior military figures to high-profile government positions.
Also in the programme: the world's largest lithium ion battery and wild bears in France.
(Picture: This file photo taken on November 24, 2017 shows Zimbabwe's new interim President Emmerson Mnangagwa reviewing the honour guard for the first time as president after being sworn-in during a ceremony at the National Sports Stadium in Harare Credit: AFP/Getty)
More people will die if 500 patients are not evacuated from the besieged rebel-held enclave of Eastern Ghouta in Syria, the United Nations has said. The UN's Humanitarian Coordinator for Syria tells us that a situation in the Damascus suburb "belongs in the Middle Ages".
Also in the programme: The White House and the US State Department insist Rex Tillerson remains in his post; and what can the leaders of Europe and Africa do to limit the human cost of illegal migration?
(Image: People who got injured from bombings receive medical attention at a field hospital in Eastern Ghouta. Credit: Epa/Mohammed Badra)
The UK Prime Minister criticises President Trump for sharing far-right content from the Britain First group.
Also in the programme: Court investigates suicide of Bosnian Croat commander and China edges closer to detecting dark matter.
(Photo: The banner of US President Donald Trump's @realDonaldTrump Twitter account. Credit: Reuters)
Bosnian Croat General drinks poison after his conviction for war crimes was upheld during the final hearing of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. We hear from his lawyer who says the trial has been flawed and assess the legacy of the tribunal.
Also on the programme: Could the US intercept a North Korean nuclear missile? Murdered British MP's widower calls President Trump a "laughing stock" after the US President retweets three videos from a British far-right activist
(Photo: Videograb taken from live footage of the International Criminal Court, shows Croatian former general Slobodan Praljak swallowing what is believed to be poison, during his judgement at the UN war crimes court to protest the upholding of a 20-year jail term. Credit: AFP / ICTY)
Another intercontinental ballistic missile test from North Korea: What options are there now to stop the country from becoming a full nuclear power?
Also on the programme: President Trump has used his Twitter account to share several anti-Muslim videos posted by a far-right British group; and a new study says people who remain single into old age are 40 per cent more likely to develop dementia.
Photo: Pyongyang residents watch news on the successful launch of a ballistic missile. Credit: Getty Images)