Many Greeks object to the country of the same name calling itself Macedonia, saying it implies a territorial claim on Greece's northern Macedonia region. Also: the Israeli authorities tell African migrants to leave or else face imprisonment and a British ferry deck officer saves a drowning man.
The US actress says she was assaulted in London in 1994 - something Weinstein denies. Dozens of actresses accuse Weinstein of preying on them. He denies having non-consensual sex. Also: African migrants are targeted by a gunman in Italy in an apparently racist attack, and archaeologists in Egypt uncover a 4000 year-old tomb.
UN official, Jan Egeland, says hundreds of thousands of Syrians are in desperate need. We ask why the aid isn't getting through. Also: President Trump plans to publish a controversial intelligence memo on Friday which is thought to accuse the FBI of bias against him and we report from the African city running out of water.
TV channels in Kenya were taken of-air over plans to broadcast opposition leader Raila Odinga's unofficial 'inauguration'. Also: court overturns Olympic life bans on Russians and Canada votes for gender-neutral anthem.