Vladimir Putin will lead Russia for another six years, after securing an expected victory in the presidential election. Also: the British foreign secretary accuses Russia of stockpiling banned chemical weapons and a teacher from London wins global prize.
The firm behind President Trump's election campaign accused of harvesting Facebook data.The attorney general for Massachusetts is launching an investigation into Cambridge Analytica, after claims that details from 50 million profiles were gathered without the users' knowledge. Both Facebook and Cambridge Analytica deny any wrongdoing. Also: the British government reacts to Russia expelling twenty-three of their diplomats, and a campaign is launched to tackle the rubbish on Mount Everest.
The charges, denied by South Africa's former President, includes counts of fraud, racketeering and money laundering. Also: mass protests in Slovakia after PM resigns and Romanian court tells man he is not alive.
South Africa's former president, Jacob Zuma, has been charged with corruption, just weeks after being ousted from power. Parts of eastern Ghouta have again come under bombardment from Syrian government forces, and Seoul says Japan is now willing to engage in talks with North Korea.
The bridge, which connected a college to a student housing area, was erected on Saturday. Also: a vigil is held in Rio de Janeiro for murdered councillor and humans developed advanced social behaviours 100,000 years earlier than previously thought.
The United States, France, Germany and Britain have issued a joint statement blaming Moscow for the chemical attack on a Russian double agent in the UK. The war in Syria reaches its seventh anniversary and the harpoon that might help clear up space junk.