The Argentine navy says it has abandoned attempts to rescue 44 submarine crew members. Hopes of finding survivors faded after a suspected explosion was reported near its last-known location in the South Atlantic. Also, the White House dismisses reports that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will be replaced; and a court hears that the North Korean leader's half brother, Kim Jong-nam, was carrying an antidote to the nerve agent that killed him.
Donald Trump told British prime minister Theresa May to focus on 'terrorism' in the UK after she criticised his sharing of far-right videos. Also: Pope Francis thanks Bangladesh on Myanmar refugees and Kellogg's to cut sugar in kids' cereals.
Bosnian Croat general, Slobodan Praljak, acted after appeal court upheld his 20 year jail term; Britain criticises President Trump for sharing anti-Muslim videos posted by far-right group, Britain First; why were ancient women stronger than modern athletes, and the happy ending of a Chinese couple who lost and found their honeymoon photos.
A war crimes appeal in The Hague is halted after a defendant Slobodan Praljak announces he has drunk poison. Also: North Korea says new missile can re-enter atmosphere and US TV host Matt Lauer sacked over sex claim.
The intercontinental ballistic missile flew 1,000 km towards Japan and landed in the sea. It's the first such launch in more than two months and comes despite continuing international pressure on Pyongyang.
Also, hybrid electric engine planes are set to become a reality, why South Koreans are more likely to undergo plastic surgery than any other nation, and how the growing problem of space junk is being tackled.
Pope Francis urges 'respect for each ethnic group' but without referring to Rohingya. Human rights groups had urged him to use the term 'Rohingya' to back the community.
Also, Uhuru Kenyatta vows to overcome national divisions, mysterious suicide of Chinese general, and how one Mexican community fought back against brutal drugs-gangs.