Dozens of people arrested after marching in support of opposition leader Alexei Navalny. The protests were the culmination of rallies across Russia demanding that Mr Navalny -- one of president Putin's main critics -- be allowed to stand in next year's election. Also, police in Denmark investigating the death of the Swedish journalist, Kim Wall, recover more of her body parts from the sea off Copenhagen, and a meteor shower means dozens of shooting stars could be visible to those in the northern hemisphere over the weekend.
Trump ruling gives companies religious or moral right to deny birth control provision. Also: US lifts Sudan sanctions, IS urges women onto the battlefield and the Swedish model abused for hairy legs ad campaign.
The ICAN group said the prize sent a message to President Trump and to North Korea that threatening to use such weapons was illegal. Also: Catalonia's parliament will meet on Monday despite a Spanish constitutional court order suspending the session, and a podcast love story.
A ruling suspends a Catalan Parliament's session when separatists hope to declare independence. Also: the National Rifle Association in the US and a senior Republican favour "additional regulations" to firearms following the Las Vegas massacre. And: Germany's 'James Bond' who's been convicted of tax evasion to fund an alleged jet set lifestyle.
President Trump visits first responders and the victims in Las Vegas and the secretary of State gives an unusual press conference and reiterates his support for the President. Also, allegations of attacks on men sporting a moustache in India.