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Syria says it will send pro-government forces to the region of Afrin, where Kurds are facing a Turkish offensive. In response, the Turkish deputy prime minister said it would be a disaster if Syrian government forces were to enter the border region.
Also in the programme: How will UN’s Palestinian refugee agency make up for loss in funding from the US? And former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi returns to the political scene - but this time he’s not allowed to vote.
Picture: Turkish-backed Syrian rebel fighters fire towards Kurdish forces from the People's Protection Units (YPG) in the Afrin region, on February 19, 2018. Credit: Getty Images
Alexander Krushelnitsky, a Russian medal-winner at the Winter Olympics has returned a positive test result for meldonium - but can it really be called a "performance enhancing drug"?
Also on the programme: the justice being meted out to those women who married Islamic State militants in Iraq; and Silvio Berlusconi is back on the campaign trail in Italy ahead of upcoming elections there.
(Picture: Alexander Krushelnitsky alongside wife Anastasia Bryzgalova. Credit: Getty)
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu launched a stinging verbal attack on Iran, telling a Munich Security Conference Iran is the "greatest threat to our world".
Also in the programme: The latest from Afrin and we hear from a former Russian "troll".
(Picture: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu delivers a speech at the Munich Security Conference. Credit: THOMAS KIENZLE/AFP/Getty Images)
Israel's prime minister launches a stinging attack on Iran, telling a security conference in Munich the country is the "greatest threat to our world". Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel would "not allow Iran's regime to put a noose of terror around our neck".
Also in the programme: a large fire at the most important shrine in Tibetan Buddhism; and is Iceland about to be the first country to ban male circumcision?
Picture: Israel's prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Credit: Thomas Kienzle/AFP/Getty Images.
Survivors of a mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida have joined protesters demanding tougher gun laws.
Also in the programme: Poland's controversial WW2 death camps law and the secrets of a famous Picasso painting.
(Picture: People protesting after a school shooting in Florida. Credit: Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
As Russian foreign minister calls allegations 'blather', we ask what they might mean for Russia.
Also in the programme: child murderer sentenced to death in Pakistan; and Kosovo, ten years after independence.
Image: Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov delivers a speech at 2018 Munich Security Conference. Credit: Sebastian Widmann/Getty Images