US president says a new trading deal with Canada and Mexico to replace Nafta is "truly historic". Also: volunteers bury victims of Indonesia's earthquake in a mass grave and the singer Charles Aznavour dies aged 94.
Some remote areas of Sulawesi island have yet to be contacted, and there are fears the death toll could rise further.
Also, Canada and US finally reach deal to replace NAFTA, warning from senior UN official about Yemen crisis, Nobel Prize for Medicine won by scientists who've worked out how to use human immune system to fight cancer, and French singer-songwriter and film star Charles Aznavour has died aged 94.
Indonesian rescuers are awaiting heavy machinery to search the ruins of a hotel and a shopping centre in the city of Palu, as aftershocks made it unsafe for them to go in. Also: low turnout in Macedonia name change vote and meeting the Ravenmaster in the Tower of London.
Strong aftershocks have continued to hit the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, where a major quake and tsunami killed at least 384 people and injured 500. Also: Elon Musk reaches a deal with US regulators over tweets he sent about taking Tesla private and a Dutch gangster turned in by one of his closest confidants - his sister.
The German Chancellor Angela Merkel is pushing Turkey to co-operate on migration and the war in Syria. Also: the US Senate Judiciary Committee is to vote on whether to approve President Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh, who's accused of sexual assault, and Indian court rules that women can enter prominent Hindu temple.