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Is the spectacular falling out of President Trump and his former chief strategist Steve Bannon a personal spat, or one that could affect the fortunes of other Republicans?
Also on the programme: The Swiss diplomat who rescued thousands of Jews from the Nazis; and war-torn Yemen now gripped by diphtheria.
(Photo: US President Donald Trump congratulates Stephen Bannon during the swearing-in of senior staff in January 2017. Credit: Mandel Ngan/Getty)
A former prisoner and advocacy group Human Rights Watch react to Ethiopia's surprise decision to free political dissidents and close a controversial prison.
Also in the programme: Trump says former aide Bannon has "lost his mind" and plastic in the Ganges.
(Image: Hailemariam Desalegn, Prime Minister of Ethiopia, gives an address in 2016. Credit: AFP/Getty)
Ethiopia's prime minister has announced the release of all political prisoners and the closure of a notorious detention centre, which allegedly used torture to extract confessions. Thousands have been detained since 2015, when there were widespread protests calling for political and economic reforms, prompting a crackdown.
Also in the programme; slavery convictions in the UK beauty industry and; who would lose out the most if President Trump followed through on his threat to cut funding to the Palestinians?
Image: Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn speaks during the Africa-America Institute 60th Anniversary Awards Gala at New York. Credit: Bennett Raglin/Getty Images for Africa-America Institute
As Iran's leaders try to contain violent anti-government protests, the United States has openly supported them via their UN Ambassador Nikki Haley, who says the US will call an emergency session of the UN Security Council to discuss the demonstrations.
Also in the programme: A tour of Russia's World Cup cities, and the eviction of African migrants from Israel.
(Photo: UN Ambassador Nikki Haley addresses press on protests in Iran. Credit: Drew Angerer/Getty Images)
Iran's Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Khamenei, has accused enemies of the country of causing the unrest of the past week, in which more than twenty people have been killed.
Also in the programme: South Korea propose holding high-level talks with North Korea, and a popular Youtube vlogger has been deluged with criticism after posting a controversial video.
Image: Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. Credit: AFP/Getty Images.
A protester shot and killed a policeman during demonstrations in Iran, according to police. Anti-government protests in Iran have continued for a fifth day.
Also in the programme: Kim Jong-un's New Year's message and China's plastics ban
(Picture: Iranian President Hassan Rouhani Credit: EPA)