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News and issues making the headlines each day.
An Israeli soldier who killed a Palestinian attacker is sentenced to 18 months in jail
European Council President Donald Tusk said he had a positive meeting with Mike Pence
Robert Harward had been widely tipped for the post after Mr Trump fired Michael Flynn
Kim died on Monday after apparently being poisoned while waiting to board a flight
He quit over claims he had discussed US sanctions with Russia before Trump took office.
He is alleged to have discussed US sanctions with the Russian ambassador
More than 180,000 people in northern California have been told to evacuate their homes
US appeals court doesn't reinstate ban on travellers from seven countries and refugees
Mike Pompeo's time in Turkey is likely to be dominated by talks on the conflict in Syria
Alexei Navalny now barred from running for president in 2018
The legislation legalises dozens of Israeli settlements built in the West Bank
The Justice Department says a Washington judge overstepped his bounds by halting the ban.
Third night of protests against a decree to free some officials jailed for corruption
Unpleasant phone call between US President and Australian Prime Minister
The Senate Democratic leader says he has "serious doubts" about Gorsuch's nomination.
He fires the country's top legal adviser after she defies his immigration curbs
He denies it is a Muslim ban as mass protests continue amid international criticism
President Trump's threatened tax on Mexican imports. Also: Girls and self-confidence
Will GOP rally behind the president? Also, UK Vogue editor Alexandra Shulman steps down
Former North Korean diplomat, Thae Yong-Ho, gives wide-ranging interview
US pulls out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade deal; UK court Brexit ruling
New round of discussions to end Syrian civil war convened by Russia, Turkey and Iran
Hundreds and thousands of Americans head to Washington to both celebrate and protest
President-elect Barrow's spokesman speaks to World Update
Opposition leader, academic and students in Russia reflect on the incoming US president.