President Trump accuses Moscow of violating its terms. Also: despite deadly attacks Afghan voters cast ballots in large numbers in the nation's long-awaited parliamentary elections, and a chunk of the moon is sold at auction.
Voting in the Afghan province is delayed after the Taliban shoot dead a powerful police chief. Also: China grows at slowest pace since 2009 and final set tie-breaks to be introduced at Wimbledon in 2019.
The US wants Mexico to deal forcefully with thousands of central American migrants. Also: President Trump says he believes the missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi is dead -- and the consequences for Saudi Arabia could be severe, and a new book written by a descendant of the author of the 19th Century Gothic novel Dracula is published.
The boycott comes amid fears that the journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed inside a Saudi consulate. Also: European Union ready to extend Brexit transition period and could laboratory grown meat be the future of food?
After a meeting in Brussels, heads of state decide not to call another summit next month. Also: the growing caravan of Honduran migrants traveling towards the US, and we hear from the famous footballer's father who has become Belgium's first black mayor.