【视频新闻】1 Minute BBC News, February 15A
This is BBC World News. I'm Tanya Beckett. Here are the headlines.
The White House spokesman Sean Spicer says the US President asked his chief adviser on national security to resign after his trust in him had eroded. Flynn's accused of discussing US sanctions with the Russian ambassador before Donald Trump took office.
The half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has been killed in the Malaysian capital, Kuala Lumpur. Kim Jong-nam is believed to have been poisoned. His body's now been examined by investigators.
Australia's been criticized for failing to hit almost every target for improving the lives of its indigenous peoples. An official government report has highlighted poorer health and higher death rates.
The chairman of the Japanese electronics giant Toshiba has resigned after the firm posted a loss of more than three billion dollars. The firm's taken a big hit on the value of its nuclear business in the US.