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He's a bleached-blond, anti-Islam, far-right politician who's riding a populist wave... not Donald Trump, this is Geert Wilders, poised to make sweeping gains in next week's Dutch elections.
US-backed Syrian fighters say they've cut the main road south from the city of Raqqa, a stronghold of the extremist Islamic State group.
Scottie Nell Hughes, one of Donald Trump's most high profile supporters, and John Sandweg, who was director of US Immigration and Customs Enforcement under President Obama.
President Trump has signed a new version of his travel ban, taking Iraq off the list and allowing in people with valid visas and green cards.
Now, with a year to go until the Paralympic Winter Games in South Korea, British athletes are currently competing around the world to land a place in Team GB.
The centre-right candidate for the French presidential election has delivered a defiant speech to thousands of supporters in Paris - but stopped short of saying he will definitely remain in the race.
US-backed Iraqi forces have launched a new offensive on Islamic State militants in the city of Mosul.
Another early morning Twitterstorm from the American president. This time, explosive claims that the Obama administration wire-tapped Trump’s phones during the election campaign. It comes in the middle of a growing scandal around the Trump administration’s contacts with Russian officials.
It’s billed as the hotel with “the worst view in the world”. The Walled Off Hotel in Bethlehem opened its doors today, packed with art works by Banksy.
Donald Trump has leapt to the defence of his embattled Attorney General Jeff Sessions, calling him an “honest man”. Democrats claim Mr Sessions lied under oath by claiming he’d had no contacts with the Russians during the election campaign, when he had actually met with the Russian ambassador.
Former Prime Minister of Ukraine, Arseniy Yatsenyuk, on the relationship between the US and Russia.
Dr Husam Zomlot, an adviser to the Palestinian President.
Five women and two children are suffering from what could be exposure to toxic chemical agents in the Iraqi city of Mosul, says the International Red Cross, during a battle between Iraqi forces and fighters from the extremist Islamic State group.
The remains of babies and young children have been found in a mass grave on the site of a former home for unmarried mothers in Ireland run by Catholic nuns.
The Walled Off Hotel is a few metres from a stretch of the controversial West Bank barrier which has been heavily decorated by artists.
The photographs of her 3-year-old nephew - his body washed up on a Turkish beach - became a symbol of the plight of Syrian refugees around the world.
From Washington the former Department of Justice spokesman and Democratic Party strategist Matthew Miller.
He's just been confirmed as America's most senior legal official - but did Trump's Attorney general Jeff Sessions lie under oath?
Gone was the divisive rhetoric as President Trump hailed the start of a “new chapter in American greatness” in his first address to the US Congress last night. But what did his supporters make of his message?
Donald Trump faces the American political establishment in a few hours, when he makes his first address to Congress. Those congressmen and women have just returned from a break in their constituencies where many have faced the wrath of voters at town hall meetings.