Second hour: Investigative reports: Syria: Aleppo battle continues; Ban Ki-moon standing down as head of UN and former Prime Minister of Portugal António Guterres is taking his place on 1st January; barrage of mainstream media 'fake news', or propaganda, about what is happening in Syria; Eva Bartlett, Canadian journalist, says Syrian child war victims are being 'recycled' and Al Quds Hospital was never bombed; UN and it's problems; anti Russian propaganda - taking World cup off of Russia - Russia and sports doping; PMQs evacuation of Aleppo; Trump and US having a new position on Syria; PMQs Angus Robertson – UK selling weapons to Saudi Arabia. CIA says Russia behind hacking of Democrat e-mails – but sources involved say it was someone in the Democrat Party because Hillary Clinton had stolen nomination from Bernie Sanders – Craig Murray's article 'CIAs Absence of Conviction'; Obama discussing email leaks; Five top Russian banks subjected to severe cyber attack in November, predicted by the Russian FSB; BBC 5 Live Emma Barnett show – former British ambassador to Russia Sir Andrew Wood says Trump in cahoots with Putin over leaks – Edward Lucas, editor of The Economist, on Russian money laundering, Russia interfering with elections and possible impeaching of Donald Trump. Mr Justice Baker ruled that MI5 running him could not be told to the jury. Convicted terrorist says MI5 'pumped and dumped' him – Zakaria Boufassil was recruited by MI5 who gave him £3,000 cash, he then gave £3,000 to the 'man in the hat' of the March 2016 Brussels bombing but was it MI5 cash? MI5 not just watching terrorists but orchestrating terror groups. France prolongs state of emergency despite rights concerns. Donald Trump to nominate David Friedman as Ambassador for Israel – he is pro-illegal Jewish settlements on Palestinian land. Trump appoints Rex Tillerson as Secretary of State – Exxon Mobil chief. US and Britain refine their ability to tap into airline passenger's mobile phones while they are in the air.