The BBC has been given exclusive access to the luxury hotel in Riyadh, where members of the Saudi elite are being detained after an anti-corruption drive by the Crown Prince. Lyse Doucet reports from the Ritz-Carlton hotel. Also, there's anger among the families of missing Argentine submariners, after reports of an explosion around the time the vessel went missing; and the real life scientists welcoming Little Miss Inventor.
Saudi led coalition says it's easing its blockade of Yemen's sea and airports, Will Rohingya refugees return to Myanmar following repatriation agreement, And the train in India that took its passengers a-hundred-and-sixty kilometres in the wrong direction
The incoming leader Emmerson Mnangagwa hails a new era on his return to Harare and vows to create jobs in a country where some estimates say 90% of people are unemployed. Also, the Front National party in France says there is a banking fatwa against the far right, and the USA's dire maternal mortality rates.
Former Bosnian Serb military commander Ratko Mladic jailed for atrocities in the 1990s. Known as the "Butcher of Bosnia", he led Serb troops during the massacre of Muslims in Srebrenica and the siege of Sarajevo.
Also, Zimbabwe's former vice-president Emmerson Mnangagwa returns to his country, we meet the mother of the Uzbek man who carried out the deadly New York City truck-attack, and former teen pop idol David Cassidy dies aged 67.
Thousands of people have joined mass protests against Mugabe outside the Zimbabwean parliament, and we hear from the daughter of his likely successor. Also: Is there still hope for the missing Argentine submarine? And how some religious marriages in Britain are not legally recognised.