Sweden's centre-left PM will have to stand down after losing support of parliament. Who will replace him ?
Also, warning of 'perfect storm' due to Ebola outbreak in Democratic Republic of Congo, India's parliamentary candidates will now have to be open about their criminal records, and how Trinidad activists use spoken word to draw teenagers away from violence.
Jose Filomeno dos Santos is remanded in custody in connection with an embezzlement case; there's speculation over the future of the US Deputy Attorney General, Rod Rosenstein, and a man paralysed from the waist down has made medical history by walking with the assistance of an electrical implant.
Russia will send new S-300 surface-to-air missiles to Syrian government forces. This announcement comes one week after Syrian forces accidentally shot down Russian aircraft during Israeli air-strike.
Also, China accuses US of bullying as new trade-tariffs imposed, public inquiry begins in UK into scandal over contaminated blood which may have cost thousands of lives, and injured Indian sailor rescued by French vessel after three days adrift in Indian Ocean.
Woman who says she was sexually assaulted by Supreme Court nominee may appear before Congress. Also, Iran has blamed allies of the United States for an attack on a military parade in which at least twenty-nine people were killed, and a man is rescued from the overturned Tanzanian ferry.
The President of Tanzania has ordered the arrest of all those involved in the management of a ferry that capsized killing more than 130 people. He said it was clear the ferry was overloaded. Also: President Trump challenges the woman accusing his Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh, of sexual assault; and the British Prime Minister says the EU must treat the UK with more respect in Brexit negotiations.