President Trump calls off the planned summit with his North Korean counterpart; The UN nuclear watchdog says Iran is still complying with the main elements of the 2015 international deal; How security cameras could soon be able to tell if we're lying:
US President Donald Trump cancelled a planned summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. Also: an international investigation team says Russian armed forces supplied the missile that shot down Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 over Ukraine four years ago and why environmentalists have concerns about balloons at one of the world's greatest motor races.
Michael Cohen allegedly took at least $400,000 to arrange a meeting between President Trump and the Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko. Mr Cohen denies the allegation.
Also, health workers are battling an outbreak of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo, and would you send a naked picture of yourself to Facebook?
Death of Award-winning Author Who Entertained and Scandalised America.
Also, prominent Egyptian blogger is 'arrested', India's battle to bring electricity to its remote villages, hundreds attend Karachi funeral of teenager killed in Texas mass-shooting, and is the Loch Ness Monster mystery closer to being solved ?
The US president says North Korea must meet certain conditions for the summit to go ahead next month. Also: MEPs frustrated by Zuckerberg questioning and satellites are launched to weigh Earth's water.
South Korean journalists excluded from visit to remote Punggye-ri nuclear test-site.
Also, Palestinians ask International Criminal Court to investigate alleged war crimes by Israel, Australian archbishop convicted of covering up child sexual abuse, service held for first anniversary of deadly Manchester Arena attack, and $100 million prize-pot offered for players of competitive video-game.