Threats to cancel contracts and impose fines send shares plummeting in the Italian Autostrade per l'Italia company. Also: former India prime minister Atal Behari Vajpayee dies aged 93 and Egyptian mummification 'recipe' revealed.
A state of emergency is declared in Genoa, and politicians blame the bridge management company. Also: Why New Zealand has banned foreigners from buying homes, and how corruption in South African game parks may be ruining the life chances of rhinos.
As death toll rises, questions are asked about whether safety clues were ignored.
Also, Israel reopens Gaza cargo crossing, Omagh marks 20th anniversary of deadly car-bombing, India's Prime Minister pledges his country will put an astronaut in space within 4 years, and will new film change representation of Asians in Hollywood ?
Italian Transport Minister Danilo Toninelli speaks of 'immense tragedy' after collapse.
Also, man arrested on suspicion of terror offences after Westminster car crash, Sierra Leone marks a year since mudslide that killed more than one thousand, a listener in Venezuela tells us how people are coping with economic turmoil, and why India has an ever-growing problem with plastic waste.
The Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan has accused the United States of stabbing his country in the back. Also: Cuba has begun a three-month period of public debate on its new constitution and why Indonesia's capital Jakarta is sinking.