Pyongyang cancels talks with Seoul over US military exercises and tells Washington to think carefully about the Summit; angry exchanges at the UN over deaths and injuries on the border between Israel and Gaza; American author Tom Wolfe dies at the age of eighty-eight.
Funerals held in Gaza after deadliest day of violence there since a war in 2014.
Also, fierce fighting between Taliban and government forces in Afghan city of Farah, why brutal gangs dominate Guyana's border with Venezuela, appeals for understanding after Meghan Markle's father says he won't attend royal wedding, and the 'man with magic blood' who's saved over two million lives.
More Palestinians killed by Israeli troops in deadliest day of clashes in several years.
Also, Iraqi Prime Minister trails rivals as election results counted, family of five bomb Indonesian police headquarters, international concern over young Sudanese woman facing death-sentence, and 104 year old pianist releases new CD.
In April, American firms were banned from exporting parts to ZTE because it had broken a deal not to trade with Iran and North Korea. Also: Indonesian family of bombers 'had been to Syria' and outrage over death of young French mother after ambulance call mocked.