UK Prime Minister Theresa May is facing questions from a hostile parliament over a draft agreement for leaving the European Union. Meanwhile several ministers including chief Brexit negotiator Dominic Raab have resigned over the deal.
Also in the programme: An operation to repatriate Rohingya refugees to Myanmar stalls; What is Thailand's "fake news" law being used for?
(Photo: European Council President Donald Tusk holds the 'draft agreement of the withdrawal of the UK from the EU. Credit: EMMANUEL DUNAND/AFP/Getty Images)
Brexit: UK Ministers Back Draft Agreement
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has secured the backing of her ministers for a draft Brexit withdrawal agreement. We take a look at what her party and the EU make of the proposed deal.
Also in the programme - the UN Security Council lifts sanctions on Eritrea, and why a "Chop Suey" painting has sold for 92 million dollars.
(Photo: UK Prime Minister Theresa May. Credit: Reuters)
UK Prime Minister in Key Brexit Meeting
UK Prime Minister Theresa May is seeking the backing of government ministers for a draft agreement on exiting the European Union.
Also in the programme: Israel's defence minister resigns following Gaza clashes; and can genetic engineering be used to combat malaria?
(Picture: Britain's Prime Minister, Theresa May. Credit: REUTERS/Henry Nicholls)
Gaza Israel Violence
Hamas says it's agreed to a ceasefire in its hostilities with Israel. Israel says it reserves the right to strike inside Gaza. But how to stop the violence for good? We'll hear from a former senior member of the Obama White House.
Also in the programme: Fighting fake news in the Philippines; a breakthrough in Brexit talk; and have peace talks on Libya made progress?
(Photo: Buildings in the southern Israeli town of Ashkelon were hit by rockets fired from Gaza. Credit: AFP)
Deadly Fire Traded Between Israel and Gaza
The worst escalation between Israel and Palestinian militants in Gaza since the 2014 war is threatening to descend into a full-blown conflict. More than 400 rockets have been fired into Israel, while Israeli aircraft have hit 150 militant targets in response.
Also in the programme - why Italy hopes to bring together warring sides in Libya, and what Einstein made of antisemitism in the 1920s.
(Photo: Smoke blows up after Israeli fighter jets carried out airstrike to positions in Gaza City. Credit: Getty Images)