International Criminal Court has acquitted Ivory Coast's ex-President Laurent Gbagbo. He had been charged with crimes against humanity in connection with violence following a disputed 2010 election that left 3,000 dead.
Also, gunmen attack a hotel complex in Nairobi, and how Chinese scientists have managed to grow plants on the far side of the moon.
British Prime Minister warns MPs to support her Brexit deal or risk never leaving the EU. She also talks of 'paralysis in Parliament' if the deal is rejected during a vote in the House of Commons on Tuesday.
Also, protests across Zimbabwe after government sharply increases the price of fuel, and why many South Africans are losing faith in the ANC - 25 years after it came to power.
US Secretary of State tells Saudi Arabia the troop withdrawal from Syria won't affect fight against IS; More deaths in Europe after heavy snowfall, with more bad weather expected; and the film about the Polish army's most unusual recruit during World War Two