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The United Nations has been giving more details about why it has suspended humanitarian operations in the Nigerian town of Rann, following an attack on Thursday blamed on the Islamist group Boko Haram. We hear from a UN spokeswoman in Nigeria.
Also in the programme: The latest episode in our series about the assassination of the former Pakistani Prime Minister, Benazir Bhutto; And we hear from the transgender actress from Chile, hailed as a ground-breaker at the Oscars.
(Picture: UN staff assist with the relocation of aid workers after an attack in the town of Rann, at Maiduguri Airport. Credit: Reuters)
Also in the programme: A hitherto undiscovered 1.5 million penguins found in Antarctica; and Britain's Prime Minister lays out her vision of a future economic partnership with the European Union after Brexit.
(Photo: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Credit: Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images)
Key trading partners of the United States say they'll be forced to respond in kind, if President Trump follows through on his promise to introduce tariffs on steel and aluminium imports. Hear reaction from China, the EU and Turkey.
Also in the programme: British Prime Minister Theresa May outlines her key aims for Brexit; and scientists conclude there are five types of diabetes, not just two.
(Photo: A steel industry worker. Credit: Getty Images)
The Pentagon has said it is not surprised by President Putin's claims that Russia was creating a new generation of nuclear weapons capable of evading missile defence systems. The weapons Mr Putin boasted of in his annual state of the nation address included a cruise missile that he said could "reach anywhere in the world".
Also on the programme: What it means to be a black person in China; and how will land re-distribution work in South Africa?
Picture: Russian President Vladimir Putin stands on the stage while addressing the Federal Assembly. Credit: Mikhail Klimentyev/AFP/Getty Images
President Putin has said Russia is developing a new range of nuclear weapons, including a hypersonic missile, that can reach anywhere in the world and evade American defences. Could we be embarking on a new arms race?
Also in the programme: 'Oldest tattoo' found on 5,000-year-old Egyptian mummies; and we have a special report on the battle for the Yemeni capital, Sana'a.
(Photo: President Putin. Credit: AFP)
The Afghan President, Ashraf Ghani, has offered unconditional peace talks with the Taliban and the possibility of recognising them as a legitimate political group.
Also in the programme: the International Olympic Committee readmits Russia after the state-sponsored doping scandal and; the EU presents its most detailed plan for Brexit.
Picture:Afghan President Ashraf Ghani gestures as he addresses a press conference. Credit: Getty Images