Documents leaked from an offshore law firm have revealed that President Trump's Commerce Secretary has been doing business with a Russian company linked to the Kremlin. The BBC has also found that ten million pounds of Queen Elizabeth's private money has been invested in offshore funds. Also: there's been another mass shooting in the United States, more than twenty people have been killed in a church in Texas. And two microscopic organisms have been chosen as the very first earth-dwelling creatures to travel outside the solar system.
Saad al-Hariri steps down saying he fears an assassination plot, President Trump urges Saudi Arabia to float its state oil company in the New York Stock Exchange; the art exhibition inside a nuclear bunker, and why are Poles leaving Britain even before the end of Brexit negotiations?
A judge in Spain issues European arrest warrant for Carles Puigdemont, who's in Belgium. Other warrants cover four ex-ministers who did not appear in court to testify in an investigation into alleged rebellion and sedition. Also: US army sergeant Bowe Bergdahl is spared jail after being found guilty of abandoning his post in Afghanistan, and cockatoos sharpening their beaks are causing problems for Australians.
Thousands demonstrate against the detention of eight ousted Catalan government ministers. There is still the possibility of an international arrest warrant being issued for Catalonia's former leader, Carles Puigdemont, who's in self-imposed exile in Belgium. President Trump has picked Jerome Powell to become chair of the US central bank. Also: 'Big void' identified in pyramid in Giza and new great ape species identified in Indonesia.
The Belgian lawyer for Carles Puigdemont said he would cooperate with the Spanish court. Also: Myanmar's Suu Kyi visits troubled Rakhine state and Save The Children charity says nearly a million children a year are dying from pneumonia.