【视频新闻】1 Minute BBC News, February 21A

This is BBC World News. I'm Tanya Beckett. Here are the headlines.

Dramatic new pictures have been released of the attack at Kuala Lumper Airport on the half-brother of King Jong-un.Malaysia has now recalled its ambassadors in Pyongyang.

Iraqi government forces say they are now close to Mosul airport. The offensive to recapture the western half of the city from the Islamic State group is now in its second day.

The US vice president has assured the European Union leaders that Washington is still committed to partnership and co-operation. Mike Pence is in Brussels to meet EU and NATO leaders.

A famine has been declared in parts of South Sudan. The government and the United Nations say 100,000 people are facing starvation and a million more  are on the brink of famine.

Those are the latest headlines from BBC World News.

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