British Foreign Secretary urges President Trump not to walk away from Iran nuclear deal. Boris Johnson joins President Macron and Chancellor Merkel in encouraging the US to renew the waiving of sanctions. Also: the Pakistani Interior Minister escapes an assassination attempt, and The Big Mac celebrates its 50th birthday.
Alexei Navalny is held following protests against President Putin's upcoming inauguration. A human rights group said more than a thousand people had been detained across Russia. Also: the former Manchester United manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, is recovering after emergency surgery for a brain haemorrhage, and the countdown has begun until Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding.
US President tells members of America's powerful gun lobby he's against stricter controls. Also, Palestinian leader, Mahmoud Abbas, apologises for Holocaust comments, and former Liverpool and England captain Steven Gerrard signs a four-year deal to manage Scottish side Rangers.
The Swedish Academy says there won't be a 2018 winner. Eighteen women claim they were sexually assaulted by a board member's husband. Six board members have resigned. Also: Hawaii volcano emergency, and at 104, Australia's oldest scientist goes to Switzerland to end his life - but the country's medical profession says it's wrong
The US president said his lawyer had paid off Stormy Daniels during the campaign and was reimbursed. Also, the former chief executive of Volkswagen has been charged in the US for his role in the company's diesel emissions scandal and the organisation that runs the Oscars has voted to expel Bill Cosby and Roman Polanski.