The Paradise Papers show the US multi-national has used a Channel Island to protect its low tax regime. Also: Texas gunman 'had row with mother-in-law' and the 80 year-old woman on a driving adventure around Africa.
Saudi Arabia has sealed its border with Yemen after missile-attack by Houthi rebels which targeted the Saudi capital Riyadh.
Also, the UN warns that almost half South Sudan's population face critical food-shortages, why some South Koreans are critical of Donald Trump's policy towards the North, Terry Waite talks about coping with solitude, and remembering George Orwell - a renowned author and former BBC employee.
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.