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The Representation of the People Act of 1918 gave some 8 million British women the right to vote. But has giving women the vote really hastened moves towards gender equality around the world?
Also in the programme: What does the current stock market volatility tell us about the health of the global economy?; and Taiwanese rescue workers search for earthquake survivors.
Picture: Women outside the British parliament mark the 100th anniversary of women winning the right to vote. Credit: EPA/ANDY RAIN
A Kenyan opposition lawyer is charged with treason over the symbolic presidential 'swearing in' of opposition leader Raila Odinga. Campaigning lawyer Miguna Miguna was arrested on Friday in a dawn raid on his home.
Also in the programme: A former president of Maldives has been arrested at his home as a crackdown on the opposition intensifies, and were dinosaurs too successful for their own good?
Picture: Opposition presidential candidate Raila Odinga (centre) takes an oath as president during a mock 'swearing-in' ceremony, with Miguna Miguna (left). Credit: Patrick Meinhardt/AFP/Getty Images.
President Jacob Zuma continues to defy appeals to step down over corruption allegations, as the governing party holds emergency meeting on his future.
Also in the programme: Alleged computer hacker with Asperger's syndrome wins appeal against extradition to US; and chlorine-filled bomb reportedly dropped in Syria's Idlib province.
Picture: Members of an ANC faction supporting ANC President Cyril Ramaphosa call for South African President Jacob Zuma to resign. Credit: EPA/KIM LUDBROOK
South Africa’s ruling African National Congress (ANC) hold an emergency meeting to decide President Jacob Zuma’s future.
Also in the programme: More than 20 people reportedly killed in Syria’s Idlib province; and who is North Korea’s head of state? (Hint: It’s not Kim Jong-un)
Picture: The South African president, Jacob Zuma. Credit: Getty Images
Greeks have taken to the streets of Athens to protest against the use of the term Macedonia in any settlement to end a decades-old name row. Many Greeks object to the country of the same name calling itself Macedonia, saying it implies a territorial claim on Greece's northern Macedonia region.
Also in the programme: The father of a US man on death row, and what can we expect from this year's Superbowl?
Picture: People demonstrate at the Syntagma Square in Athens. Credit: should read Louisa Gouliamaki/AFP/Getty Images.
The joint North and South Korean women's ice hockey team play their first match - a friendly against Sweden - before the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics in South Korea.
Also in the programme: President Zuma of South Africa comes under growing pressure to resign; and we hear the story of one young Syrian refugee's survival in sub zero temperatures.
Picture: Team Korea is playing in the Women's Ice Hockey friendly match against Sweden. Credit: Getty Images