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Donald Trump has been beating the drum for America and his Presidency at a gathering of political and business leaders at the World Economic Forum. We speak to experts about whether prospects for the US economy are as rosy as the President makes out.
Also on the programme; Thousands of refugees flee conflict in eastern Congo for Burundi. We hear from our reporter at the border. And a tribute to Elizabeth Hawley,the American who verified climbs of Mount Everest, who has died at the age of 94.
(Photo: US President Donald Trump at the World Economic Forum in Davos. Credit: Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty Images)
President Trump told the World Economic Forum that business in America is flourishing under his administration. He said that he supports free trade, but that it must be fair and reciprocal.
Also in the programme: Mosul rebuilds after IS occupation; Britain and The Netherlands voice concern that WWII shipwrecks are being looted for scrap metal in waters off Indonesia.
Picture: Donald Trump speaks at the World Economic Forum in Davos. Credit: Getty Images
Veteran US diplomat and former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson explains to Newshour why he resigned from a board advising Myanmar's leader Aung San Suu Kyi on the Rohingya crisis. "She's gone from a human rights icon to a politician".
Also in the programme: how to tell whether someone claiming asylum due to persecution is really gay; and should Australia's national day marking the arrival of British colonists be moved?
(Photo: Bill Richardson speaking in Washington DC in 2016. Credit: Jim Watson / AFP /Getty Images)
Syria's Deputy Foreign Minister, Faisal Mekdad, accuses Turkey of "aggression" and says it "has every right to answer such aggression".
Also in the programme: The Africans Israel is paying to leave and Trump lands in Davos
(Photo: People carry coffins of two civilians who were killed in a rocket attack fired by Syria"s Afrin region, during a funeral ceremony in Kili. Credit: Reuters)
An appeals court in Brazil has unanimously upheld a corruption conviction imposed last July on ex-President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva. All three judges at the appeals court in the city of Porto Alegre said Lula had broken the law by accepting a seafront apartment from a construction company involved in a major corruption scheme.
Also on the programme: Larry Nassar, the former US gymnastics team doctor, is sentenced for sexual abuse spanning decades; and the first broadcast interview with Zimbabwe's new president.
(Photo: Lula supporters have been staging protests in Porto Alegre Credit: EPA)
Thousands of people have reportedly been displaced by fighting between Turkish troops and Kurdish militia in north-western Syria, but what life is like for civilians who're still trapped in the Afrin region?
Also in the programme: US Attorney-General Jeff Sessions interview in Russia investigation; and why Russia bars the British comedy 'The Death of Stalin'?
(Photo: Turkish forces are seen in northeast of Afrin. Credit: Reuters/Khalil Ashawi)