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The British government says it will introduce legislation within days to start the formal process of leaving the EU.
Also in the programme: interview with the celebrated Turkish novelist, Asli Erdogan, on her four and half months in jail, on charges of spreading propaganda, and extra letters added to bug genetic code.
(Photo: Lead claimant Gina Miller speaks outside the Supreme Court in Parliament Square following a majority ruling against the government. Credit: Getty Images)
Fresh peace talks aimed at resolving the Syrian conflict have begun in the Kazakh capital, Astana. Newshour's Lyse Doucet is at the summit, brokered by Russia, Iran and Turkey.
Also in the programme, all eyes are on the White House as Donald Trump begins his first full week as President of the United States. And could toasting your bread to a slightly lighter colour really reduce your risk of developing cancer?
(Photo: UN Syria envoy Staffan de Mistura meets with a delegation from Iran prior to peace talks beginning in Astana, Kazakhstan. Credit: Getty Images)
On his first working day as President, Donald Trump has signed a document withdrawing the United States from the Trans-Pacific Trade Deal.
Also in the programme: the death that has shocked Iceland, the tiny MRI scanners being used for premature babies and why Tokyo's oldest fish market is relocating.
(Photo: President Trump. Credit: Getty Images)
The new White House Press Secretary, Sean Spicer, has accused the press of behaving in a "shameful" manner for reporting smaller crowds at Donald Trump's inauguration compared with that of Barack Obama.
Also in the programme: The British Prime Minister will be the first foreign leader to meet Donald Trump; The arts' festival in The Gambia that went ahead amid political upheaval.
(Photo: White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer delivers a statement in the Brady Briefing Room of the White House on January 21, 2017.
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Debate and analysis after the White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus criticises the US media for what he calls "an obsession to de-legitimise this president". Also on the programme: a British-Iranian woman accused of security offences has had her five year prison sentence upheld. And we hear from one of the Indian sailors stranded on a merchant ship off the coast of England.
(Photo: President Donald Trump signs a confirmation with his Chief of Staff Reince Priebus (L) while Vice President Mike Pence watches. Credit: Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images)
Women's rights groups gather in cities around the world following Donald Trump's inauguration.
Also on the programme: Gambian President, Yahya Jammeh, to "relinquish the mantle of leadership"; European far-right parties gather in Germany.
(Photo: Protesters make their way through the streets of London during the Women's March on January 21, 2017. Credit: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)