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North Korea is to send a delegation to the 2018 Winter Olympic Games taking place in South Korea in February, officials from the South say
Also on the programme: Funeral of a Ukrainian lawyer who was murdered after she intervened to keep her sister's killer behind bars, and a British mother remembers her son, who was killed fighting the Islamic State group.
(Photo: North Korea first expressed interest in joining the Pyeonchang Games during the New Year Credit: Getty Images)
The United States says it will cancel the provisional residency permits of about 200,000 people from El Salvador. They were given temporary protected status in 2001 following two major earthquakes in their country.
Also on the programme: a significant day for gay rights in India, and the latest on the burning oil tanker in the East China Sea.
(Photo: U.S. President Donald Trump. Credit: Alex Wong/Getty Images)
More than 30 crew are missing and thousands of tonnes of oil are pouring into the East China Sea after the Iranian oil tanker Sanchi collided with a cargo ship. The vessel is carrying around a million barrels of condensate -- a highly toxic and explosive form of oil - and there's a strong risk it will explode or sink.
Also on the programme; Why the BBC's China Editor Carrie Gracie has resigned from her post in a row over equal pay and why some governments are developing their own crypto-currencies.
(Photo: Smoke and flames coming from a burning oil tanker at sea off the coast of eastern China. Credit: AFP/CCTV)
Israel lists 20 organisations whose activists will be barred from entering the country on account of their support for the boycotting of Israel. We hear from an Israeli deputy minister, and a representative of one of the banned groups. Also: Steve Bannon clarifies comments in Trump book, and a preview of the Golden Globe awards.
(Photo: A tourist photographs a sign in Bethlehem in 2015, calling for a boycott of Israeli products coming from Jewish settlements. Credit: THOMAS COEX/AFP/Getty Images)
President Trump has criticised as fiction a new book, which castes doubt on his mental health. He took to Twitter to claim that he is a "very stable genius" who was "like, very smart". How are has the explosive new book been received among his supporters?
Also in the programme: Police in Cyprus arrest a key suspect in the Kosovo organ trafficking trade and; the Brazilian rapper using the microphone to fight for indigenous rights.
Image: U.S. President Donald Trump at a press briefing at Camp David on January 6, 2018. Credit: Chris Kleponis/Getty Images.
The German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, says she's optimistic she will be able to reach agreement with the centre-left Social Democrats who represent her last hope of forming a coalition government.
Also in the programme: Three years on - France remembers the Islamist attack on the Charlie Hebdo magazine and a Rohingya militant group claims responsibility for an attack on a Burmese army truck.
Picture: Martin Schulz, head of the German Social Democrats, welcomes German Chancellor Angela Merkel for preliminary talks. Credit: Getty Images