In April, American firms were banned from exporting parts to ZTE because it had broken a deal not to trade with Iran and North Korea. Also: Indonesian family of bombers 'had been to Syria' and outrage over death of young French mother after ambulance call mocked.
A knifeman allegedly shouting "Allahu Akbar" - meaning "God is Great" - has been shot dead after he killed one person and wounded four others in central Paris. Also, Malaysia's former Prime Minister, Najib Razak, is banned from leaving the country and Israel wins the Eurovision Song Contest which was disrupted by a man who stormed the stage.
Pompeo: Washington will aid Pyongyang if it gives up nuclear arms. The North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, and President Trump will meet in Singapore on 12 June. Also: Health experts prepare for 'worst case scenario', after new outbreak of Ebola, and why a sad song can be good news if you want to win Eurovision.
Anwar Ibrahim, once considered a potential future leader, was jailed on charges of corruption and sodomy after falling out with the government. Also: France condemns US move to re-impose sanctions and US scientists have developed a way of making objects invisible under water.
The US and North Korean leaders agree to hold crunch talks in Singapore on June 12th. They'll aim to defuse military tensions -- and begin the process of ridding the Korean peninsula of nuclear weapons.
Also: the campaign to save a Sudanese teenager sentenced to death for killing the man who raped her, the Russian orphans getting joy from their love of football, and we hear from the fans gearing up for the annual Eurovision extravaganza.
Israel launches a massive wave of strikes on Iranian forces in Syria, after coming under rocket fire. Also: UK apology over Libyan dissident treatment and exploring the differences between chimpanzee vocal communication and human speech.