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UN's humanitarian adviser on Syria, Jan Egeland, says victorious militias are 'executing' civilians in Aleppo.
Also on the programme: a profile of Rex Tillerson, Trump's pick for the Secretary of State; and a rare interview with the last Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev - 25 years after the collapse of the Soviet Union
Photograph shows Syrian residents fleeing violence. (Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
Interviews, news and analysis of the day’s global events.
China 'seriously concerned'; Golden Globes; Syrian military miscalculation?
(Photo: Donald Trump. Credit: Getty Images)
President-elect Donald Trump has questioned a long standing cornerstone to US relations with China.
Also in the programme, reports that Islamic State group has retaken the ancient Syrian town of Palmyra and a scientific investigation into the puzzling world of doppelgangers.
(Photo: President-elect Donald Trump with a large American flag in the background. Credit: Drew Angerer / Getty Images)
At least 60 bodies have been recovered from a church that collapsed in the south-eastern Nigerian city of Uyo.
Also on the programme, explosion at Cairo's Coptic cathedral; twin bomb attacks in Istanbul and the abdication of Edward VIII.
(Picture: Rescue workers at the scene of the church roof collapse at Reigners Bible Church in Uyo, Nigeria. Credit: EPA/STR)
Civilians are fleeing east Aleppo as the Syrian government and its allies push ahead in the campaign to recapture the whole of the city; Explosions near a stadium after a football game in Istanbul, Turkey, kill at least 13 people; Gambia's president rejects election result.
(Photo: Syrian civilians arrive at a checkpoint manned by pro-government forces after leaving Aleppo's eastern neighbourhoods. Credit: George Ourfaliana / AFP / Getty Images)