UN official, Jan Egeland, says hundreds of thousands of Syrians are in desperate need. We ask why the aid isn't getting through. Also: President Trump plans to publish a controversial intelligence memo on Friday which is thought to accuse the FBI of bias against him and we report from the African city running out of water.
TV channels in Kenya were taken of-air over plans to broadcast opposition leader Raila Odinga's unofficial 'inauguration'. Also: court overturns Olympic life bans on Russians and Canada votes for gender-neutral anthem.
Civil war in the Central African Republic has all but destroyed the country's health system, More people say they were sexually assaulted by Larry Nassar, The latest on the BBC pay row, And could locusts threaten this year's football World Cup tournament in Russia?
How has US responded to Mr. Trump's talk of 'building a safe, strong and proud America' ?
Also, BBC investigation shows the Taliban is active in 70% of Afghanistan, Istanbul court orders release of head of Turkish branch of Amnesty International, we meet the killer whale that can mimic human speech, and skywatchers see a 'super blue blood Moon'.
US President Donald Trump has delivered his first State of the Union Address in Washington. Analysis from our correspondents on Capitol Hill and beyond. Plus our podcast listeners in Washington gave us their reactions.
The US president is expected to highlight a growing economy in his State of the Union speech. Also: Yemen separatists 'take most of the port city of Aden' and viola player sues Royal Opera House in London for 'irreversible' hearing loss.