Reports say the main city of Douma is encircled. The Syrian government will see it as a big victory but there is still over a third of the country out of its control. Also, Tunisian women are rallying against unequal inheritance tax, and an Australian couple find 'fairy tale' photo of their engagement.
The decision has received mixed reactions in the US. Some believe it is a positive step away from confrontation while others feel North Korea has not made enough concessions. Also, the President of Mauritius resigns amidst an expenses scandal, and a burger-flipping robot has been forced to take a break because he couldn't cook fast enough.
Mr Trump says these new tariffs on steel and aluminium will protect American jobs. Also, five million women in Spain take part in a 24 hour strike, and the Czech National Museum has found that some of its precious gems are in fact fake.
Heavy fighting prevents the desperately needed supplies from reaching trapped civilians for the second time this week. Also, a Danish inventor denies murdering a Swedish journalist on his home-made submarine, and a former Irish president describes the Vatican as an "empire of misogyny".
Police say a nerve agent was used to try to murder a former Russian spy and his daughter. Sergei and Yulia Skripal were found unconscious in the British city of Salisbury on Sunday and remain critically ill. A police officer who was the first to attend the scene is now in a serious condition in hospital. Also: the British prime minister, Theresa May, raises concerns about Saudi Arabia's involvement with Yemen during a visit by the Crown Prince, and a South African athlete has been attacked by men who attempted to cut off his legs with a saw.