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The precarious existence of the Rohingya in one of the world's largest refugee camps where disease and poverty are rife.
Also in the programme: Australian writer Peter Carey on his new novel and the world's fifth-largest diamond.
(Image: Md Rasel, a 18 month-old Rohingya refugee child suffering from malnutrition, cries as he is measured at the Action Against Hunger centre at Kutupalong camp, near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh January 15, 2018 Credit: REUTERS/Tyrone Siu)
Police fire tear-gas to disperse protesters demonstrating against austerity measures on the 7th anniversary of the Tunisian revolution that saw the country's long-time president ousted.
Also in the programme: two leading photographers - Mario Testino and Bruce Weber - have denied allegations of sexually harassing male models. . And we hear from someone who underwent hazing - that's the initiation rituals that some college fraternities and sororities make prospective new members go through.
(Photo: Tunisian protesters light flares and shout slogans during a celebration to mark the seventh anniversary of the uprising that ousted president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali on Avenue Habib Bourguiba in Tunis. Credit: EPA/Mohamed Messara)
The Tunisian government has announced a wave of social reforms, reacting to days of demonstrations by anti-austerity protesters. There were fresh protests today, coinciding with the seventh anniversary of the ousting of President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali.
Also in the programme: An Iranian oil tanker which collided with a cargo ship of the coast of China has sunk, and a French baby milk maker order a mass global recall over fears of salmonella contamination.
(Photo: Tunisians wave their national flag as they gather on Habib Bourguiba Avenue in Tunis. Credit: Fethi Belaid/AFP/Getty Images)
Residents of Hawaii received a incoming missile alert causing panic before it was declared a false alarm.
Also in the programme: Tunisia's government promises $70 million for the country's poorest families to allay protests, and calls in France to add the baguette to Unesco's list of "intangible heritage".
(Photo: Screenshot taken by the photographer of his cell phone shows messages of emergency alerts on 13 January 2018 in Honolulu, Hawaii. Credit: Eugene Tanner/AFP/Getty Images)
The new leader of South Africa's ruling ANC, Cyril Ramaphosa, says the party has become divided and corrupt and its culture needs to change.
Also in the programme: Life in the besieged Syrian rebel-held enclave of eastern Ghouta; and Venezuela's deepening political and economic crisis.
(Photo: African National Congress President Cyril Ramaphosa. Credit: REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko)
President Trump has again refrained from re-imposing sanctions on Iran -- keeping intact the deal under which Tehran curbed its nuclear programme.
Also in the programme: Saudi women are allowed to go to a professional football match for the first time; and Berber New Year has gained special status in Algeria.
Picture: President Donald Trump makes a statement on the administration's strategy for dealing with Iran. Credit: Getty Images