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Gambia Presidential Inauguration

The winner of the election in The Gambia, Adama Barrow, is due to be sworn in a ceremony in Senegal - even though the defeated president has refused to stand down.

Also in the programme: new initiative launched to develop vaccines against three deadly diseases; Donald Trump; the view from the Russian countryside.

(Photo: Adama Barrow. Credit: AFP)

The Gambia Crisis

West African troops have been deployed in support of Adama Barrow who is due to be sworn in as Gambia's new president on Thursday. Senegalese troops have moved to the Gambian border and Nigeria has sent aircraft including fighter jets to the area.

Also, Aleppo after the war, and President Obama's last press conference.

(Photo: Tourists in Banjul load luggage onto a bus in preparation to leave Gambia after a state of emergency was declared by the Gambian President Yayha Jammeh. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)

Gambia Crisis

West African troops have been deployed in support of Adama Barrow who is due to be sworn in as Gambia's new president on Thursday. Senegalese troops have moved to the Gambian border and Nigeria has sent aircraft including fighter jets to the area.

Also in the programme: Aleppo after the war; President Obama's last press conference.

(Picture:Tourists in Banjul load luggage onto a bus in preparation to leave Gambia after a state of emergency was declared by the Gambian President Yayha Jammeh. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)

Syrian Troops Battle IS in Deir Al-Zour

Russian jets help the Syrian government fight Islamic State in eastern Syria where thousands of civilians face a humanitarian crisis.

Also in the programme: Gambia exodus; Jesse and Joy from Mexico.

(Picture: Destroyed buildings in the Souk, eastern city of Deir Al-Zour, Syria. Credit: AFP/Getty)

Theresa May's Brexit Plan

Britain's Prime Minister has said the UK "cannot possibly" remain within the European single market. The Home Secretary Amber Rudd defended Mrs May's speech.

Also on the programme: The future of US-Russia relations; Melania Trump's home town.

(Picture: Theresa May. Credit: AFP/Getty)

Britain Reveals More Brexit Details

Theresa May outlines more of her vision for a post-Brexit vision. The prime minister said the UK will not seek to be part of the single market.

Also on the programme: Russia in the age of Trump; MH370 search ends; TS Eliot poetry prize

(Picture: Britain"s Prime Minister Theresa May delivers her keynote "Brexit speech" at Lancaster House in London. Credit: EPA)