Moscow hits out at Western nations over response to poisoning of ex-spy and his daughter.
Also, Syrian rebels have begun leaving final stronghold in Eastern Ghouta, UK teachers warn of rising poverty among children, 'Hill Street Blues' creator Steven Bochco dies aged 74, and new radio service aims to protect Indian villagers from wild elephants.
The US president has reasserted his opposition to legalising the status of thousands of undocumented immigrants brought to the country as children. Also: the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un watches K-pop idols in peace concert and the Royal Air Force at 100.
Thousands of Palestinians mourn for those killed during clashes with Israeli forces. Also: Russia has told Britain that it must further reduce its diplomatic presence by just over fifty people following the row over the nerve agent poisoning of a former Russian spy in Britain and mourners gather to remember renowned physicist Professor Stephen Hawking at his funeral in Cambridge.
Moscow throws out 60 envoys in response to US action over the UK's spy poisoning case. Also, former French President Nicolas Sarkozy is to face trial for corruption, and scientists explain the sound made when you crack your knuckles.