North Korea and trade take centre stage on President Trump's second day in Beijing. Donald Trump urges the Chinese President Xi Jinping to work harder to solve problems with North Korea, saying that time is running out. Both leaders also witnessed the signing of business deals which could be worth more than two hundred and fifty billion dollars, although some have been under negotiation for a long period and many are non-binding. Also: new research suggests wounds sustained in daylight heal faster than those that occur at night, and Harare's main airport is renamed after President Robert Mugabe.
Priti Patel resigns after row over undisclosed meetings with Israeli politicians. Also: Pioneering surgery to save a boy with skin as delicate as a butterfly's wing, and opening of new Louvre museum in Abu Dhabi.
Spanish FM offers a possible olive branch to supporters of Catalan independence.
Also, how Trump's supporters in Wisconsin feel one year after his election triumph, Germany to recognise a third gender, the 'children's republic' that thrived in Budapest after World War Two, and when did our ancestors grow taller ?
The Duchy of Cornwall says Prince Charles was not directly involved in investment decisions. Also: the UN has urged Saudi Arabia to allow vital aid supplies into Yemen after Riyadh said it was imposing a total blockade, and why George Orwell is returning to the BBC.
US President calls on North Korea to discuss giving up its nuclear weapons.
Also, Boris Johnson under pressure to retract comments about a British-Iranian woman, how Russians feel on 100th anniversary of their revolution, and why the Boeing 747 is retiring after nearly 50 years of service.
The Paradise Papers show the US multi-national has used a Channel Island to protect its low tax regime. Also: Texas gunman 'had row with mother-in-law' and the 80 year-old woman on a driving adventure around Africa.