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Russia and Turkey backed ceasefire announced in Syria; The life of Hollywood legend Debbie Reynolds: Writer George Orwell to get a statue at the BBC.
(Picture: Overturned tank in East Aleppo. Credit: Reuters)
US Secretary of State John Kerry defends US approach to Israel after UN vote on settlements and warns that a two-state solution is in serious jeopardy. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu expresses deep disappointment over the speech and condemns it as biased.
Also on the programme: Russian anti-doping agency denies admitting to existence of doping operation; starvation threat in Nigeria; and a Congolese musical journey.
(Photograph shows US Secretary of State John Kerry delivering remarks on Middle East peace. Credit: Getty Images)
Turkey says it's agreed with Russia on a ceasefire plan for Syria: we hear reaction from Turkey and the United States.
Also in the programme: China seizes three tonnes of endangered pangolin scales; and a new film about homelessness in the UK.
(Photograph shows Syrian government forces in formerly rebel-held Aleppo district. Credit: George Ourfalian/AFP/Getty Images)
Carrie Fisher dies aged 60; impressionist Rory Bremner on 2016; Israeli settlements vote
(Photo: Carrie Fisher. Credit: Getty Images)
Thae Yong-ho was North Korea's deputy ambassador to London before he defected in the summer. He says Pyongyang may have an effective nuclear arsenal by the end of next year. Mr Thae Yong-ho speaks to the BBC's Steve Evans in an exclusive interview.
Also on the programme: Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton's speechwriters; Learning English in Cuba; And pioneering American astronomer Vera Rubin dies.
(Image: Thae Yong-ho. Credit: Kim Hyun-tae/Yonhap via AP)