The sport's world governing body insists the technology will benefit the game but critics say it causes delays and confusion. Also: the UN's special rapporteur on human rights, Agnes Callamard, says she won't give in to threats from the Philippine government, and why music is the finishing touch for an Oscar nominated film.
The prime minister of Canada - which exports more steel to the US than any other country - slammed the tariffs as 'absolutely unacceptable'. Also: British PM says there are 'hard facts' for both sides in Brexit talks and why has Rosa Park's house travelled nearly thirteen thousand kilometres?
The president's comments come amid controversy over his decision to impose tariffs on steel and aluminium imports. Also, attackers strike the capital of Burkina Faso, and a penguin super-colony has been spotted from space.
The US imports four times more steel than it exports, and is reliant on steel from more than one hundred nations. Also: Puigdemont abandons Catalan presidency and Iran detains dozens of female football fans.
President Vladimir Putin says Russia is developing weapons capable of penetrating enemy defences. Also, Marine Le Pen is placed under formal investigation in France for tweeting shocking images of Islamic State violence, and New Zealand documents confirm an assassination attempt on Queen Elizabeth in 1981.
One of America's biggest gun retailers announces an end to automatic weapon sales, Russia readmitted to the International Olympic Committee after its earlier doping scandal, And a portrait described as the African Mona Lisa - sets a new Nigerian record at auction.