The Ugandan singer-turned-MP is back at his home after a medical trip to the US. Also: Russia's anti-doping agency reinstated after doping ban and cane toad DNA breakthrough 'may help stop' toxic pest.
'I have no Attorney General.' The President takes his criticism of the Administration's top law enforcement official to a new level. Also, the politics of street names in Beirut, and the wreck of The Endeavour, one of the world's most famous historic ships, might have been found.
The former Pakistani Prime Minister was forced out of office for the third time over corruption allegations connected to luxury flats in London. A Pakistani court ordered his release. Also: the head of Denmark's biggest bank has resigned over a money-laundering scandal, and Sesame Street insists Bert and Ernie are just friends.
Germany's domestic intelligence chief Hans-Georg Maassen has been told to quit after his controversial response to far-right unrest in Chemnitz.
Also, Trump accuses China of election meddling, German doctors say Pussy Riot activist Pyotr Verzilov was poisoned, and we hear about a new woman-only taxi app in Nairobi.
Israel says Syria is to blame for the shooting down of Russian plane over Mediterranean.
Also, South Korean leader given warm welcome in North Korea, fury over video of Venezuelan President eating steak in luxury restaurant, New Zealand celebrates its Maori cultural heritage, and we meet the only African-American piano-maker in the US.
Russia and Turkey have agreed to create a buffer zone in Syria's Idlib province to separate government forces and rebel fighters. Also: a British cave diver is suing tech billionaire Elon Musk for defamation, and Saudi Arabia invests in electric cars.