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IS fighters using drones to hinder Iraqi troops' advance.
Also in the programme: Brazil's Carnival goes PC; Trump's past BBC interviews.
(Photo: Iraqi Forces Emergency Response Unit, Western Mosul. Credit: Martyn Aim/Getty Images)
Media groups have reacted angrily after several outlets were excluded from an informal briefing with White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer. We discuss the significance of the bar with the deputy executive director of the Committee to Protect Journalists.
Also in the programme: The Benedictine monk saving manuscripts from war and theft; and is the famous Brazilian carnival becoming less bawdy?
(Photo: White House spokesman Sean Spicer holds a press briefing. Credit: Reuters/Carlos Barria)
Malaysian police say weapon of mass destruction killed the North Korean leader's brother. We hear about the background of VX, and why it's the 'most deadly chemical weapon ever produced'.
Also in the programme: Ida Odinga, the wife of the former Kenyan prime minister, tells us about her campaign to stop men paying for the education of young girls in return for sex; and the British Labour Party suffers a historical defeat
(Photo shows: CCTV footage showing Kim Jong-nam speaking to airport authorities following his attack in Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Photo Credit: AFP Photo/FujiTV)
President Trump vows to continue his 'America First' trade policy in a speech to the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).
Also in the programme: Formal probe launched into French Republican candidate, François Fillon; UN report into sexual violence in the Central African Republic.
(Photo: President Trump at CPAC, 2017. Credit: Alex Wong/Getty Images)
Iraqi special forces have captured Mosul airport in their latest offensive against the so-called Islamic State. We speak to Kamal Alam, a fellow at the Royal United Services Institute and a frequent visitor to government-controlled parts of Syria.
Also on the programme: Transgender toilets; and why are people getting freckles tattooed on their face?
(Picture: A member of the Iraqi forces standing beside a destroyed Mosul's airport building. Credit: Reuters.)
Mexican government voices concern over US immigration policy during talks with senior members of the Trump administration. Also in the programme, Syria's warring sides meet at Geneva peace talks; and Leicester City sack Premier League-winning manager.
(Photograph shows US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson listening to Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)