More than 50 heads of state gather at the One Planet summit in Paris. The French President, Emmanuel Macron, said that two years after the Paris climate agreement, the rise in global temperatures had become a permanent emergency. Also: a deadly explosion at an Austrian gas terminal prompts Italy to declare a state of emergency over energy supplies, and one of the most eagerly awaited films of the year, 'Star Wars, The Last Jedi', is being released around the world this week - we look at the critical reaction to the movie.
World leaders discuss how to finance efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions.
Also, residents of Alabama vote in controversial Senate election, six people given death penalty for Indian 'honour killing', US soldier who defected to North Korea dies aged 77, new evidence shows that 'man flu' may not be a myth.
Three women, who accused President Trump of sexual misconduct, have demanded a congressional inquiry. The White House said the women were making 'false claims'. Also: attacker targets Manhattan bus terminal and Pacific 'baby island' is natural laboratory to study Mars.
EU's foreign policy chief and Israeli PM Netanyahu disagree publicly following Trump announcement on status of Jerusalem .
Also, man arrested after explosion in Manhattan, Saudi Arabia to lift its ban on public cinemas, public inquiry begins into the Grenfell Tower fire, and the private letters of enigmatic film star Greta Garbo are to be auctioned - so what do they reveal ?
The war against the Islamic State group is officially over, Britain's Foreign Secretary is in Tehran to plead for the freedom of a British-Iranian woman,
France says an emotional farewell to rock and roll legend, Johnny Hallyday.