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The US justice department confirmed Attorney General Jeff Sessions met Russia's ambassador during the election campaign despite telling his confirmation hearing he had "no communications with the Russians". We hear the view of a Democratic Congressman and a former official in the George W Bush administration.
Also in the programme: The French presidential candidate, Emmanuel Macron, unveils his policy priorities; and a potential new way to treat HIV.
(Image: Attorney General Jeff Sessions at his swearing in ceremony at the White House. Credit: Win McNamee/Getty Images)
UK government has been defeated after the House of Lords said ministers should guarantee EU nationals' right to stay in the UK after Brexit. Also in the programme, abuse survivor quits Vatican's child protection panel; and the world's oldest fossil.
(Photograph shows the Union Jack flag flying in front of the Big Ben. Credit: Getty Images)
In his first address to Congress President Trump adopted a measured and upbeat tone and spoke of a "new chapter of American greatness". Also in the programme, the UN finds both sides committed war crimes in the battle for Aleppo and scientists discover an evolutionary 'arms race' between squids and octopuses.
(Photo: President Donald Trump addresses a joint session of the U.S. Congress on February 28, 2017. Credit: Win McNamee/Getty Images)
The UN's humanitarian chief, Stephen O'Brien, tells us that the warring factions in Yemen are preventing him from accessing those most in need of help. He says seven million Yemenis do not know where their next meal is coming from.
Also in the programme: 150 years of the Blue Danube waltz; Metal detecting enthusiasts unearth hoard of Iron Age gold.
(Image: A Yemeni girl on the outskirts of the Yemeni port city of Hodeidah looking through scraps of bread on 9th October 2016. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
UK Coroner's inquest into tourist killings criticises Tunisian police.
Also in the programme: Taiwan commemorates 70 years since '228 Incident'; What would you see on a trip around the moon?
(Picture: Man prays after laying flowers on Marhaba beach where 38 people were killed on June 28, 2015 in Sousse, Tunisia. Credit: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)
President Trump plans what he's calling an "historic" increase in military spending. Also in the programme, Israel's holocaust museum asks Amazon to ban holocaust denying literature and how peace in Colombia has led to a baby boom among the FARC guerrillas.
(Photo: Two US Navy officers walk past the US Navy's new guided missile destroyer DDG 1000 USS Zumwalt. Credit: Mark Wilson/Getty Images)