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How will the European Union handle the security challenge on its borders as tensions escalate between Russia and Ukraine? We'll hear from the European parliament's rapporteur on Ukraine.
Also on the programme, Indian police work out how to retrieve the body of the American missionary killed by an endangered tribe in the Andaman Islands; and a Syrian man who spent seven months living in an airport in Malaysia has arrived in Canada, where he has been granted asylum.
(Photo : Andriy Drach, Ukrainian sailor on Russian State TV; Credit: Getty Images)
Ukraine Parliament approves martial law after Russia seizes navy ships. Also; touchdown, Nasa’s latest Mars probe has landed safely and will soon be sending data back to earth. And; Matthew Hedges, the British Academic jailed in the UAE for espionage, has been pardoned and is set to return home.
(Image: Still from purported footage of a Russian vessel ramming a Ukrainian ship yesterday. Credit: Provided by Ukrainian Interior Minister.)
Ukraine's parliament is to decide whether to bring in martial law, after the capture of three of its naval vessels by Russia. The three ships were sailing off the coast of Crimea, which was annexed by Russia in 2014, when they were seized.
Also on the programme: the Italian director, Bernardo Bertolucci, who made Last Tango In Paris, has died at the age of 77 -- plus the British academic Matthew Hedges, who was jailed for spying in the United Arab Emirates, has been given a presidential pardon.
(Photo: The seized ships were taken to a port in Kerch. Credit: Reuters)
European Union leaders and the British prime minister, Theresa May, have warned opponents of the Brexit deal endorsed in Brussels that it's the only one on offer.
Also in the programme: tensions rise between Russia and Ukraine and NASA's newest Mars rover gets ready for landing.
Picture: President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker speaks at a press conference after attending a special session of the European Council over Brexit. Credit: Sean Gallup/Getty Images)
EU leaders have endorsed the Brexit withdrawal agreement - but will it get through the UK parliament?
Also on the programme: Controversies over religious buildings in India and Romania; and are the Dutch speaking too much English?
(Photo: President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker and European Council President Donald Tusk. Credit:Dursun Aydemir/Getty Images)
The people of Bahrain vote in an election with the opposition banned from participating.
Also in the programme: the director Nicolas Roeg has died and violence mars the Superclasico football final in Argentina
(Picture: Bahraini election officials wait for voters during parliamentary election at a polling station in Manama. Credit: STR/AFP/Getty Images)