The war against the Islamic State group is officially over, Britain's Foreign Secretary is in Tehran to plead for the freedom of a British-Iranian woman,
France says an emotional farewell to rock and roll legend, Johnny Hallyday.
14 UN peacekeepers were killed in a militant attack in DR Congo. Antonio Guterres said the attack in North Kivu was the worst on UN peacekeepers in recent history.
Also: Palestinian protests continue over President Trump's decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital, and Pope Francis calls for wording of Lord's Prayer to be changed.
Brexit divorce bill estimated at up to $52bn as British prime minister gets agreement on Irish border issue. Also: clashes erupt over US Jerusalem move and researchers find 'oldest ever eye' in fossil.
Al Franken will quit in the coming weeks after calls from fellow Democrats to step down. Also: Trump's Jerusalem move sparks clashes. Argentina ex-president's arrest sought and the strange paradox of how Narwhals respond to threats.
Violence erupts in clashes in West Bank during protests against US President's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital. Also: tense start to Erdogan's Greece visit and pizza-twirling gets world heritage status.