Rescue-workers assess best way to bring boys to safety after nine days underground.
Also, Malaysia's former Prime Minister arrested on suspicion of corruption, Pakistan's ruling party faces growing challenges as election looms, Australian Archbishop sentenced for concealing child sex-abuse, and how Moroccan rubbish-collectors transformed their lives.
Twelve boys and their football coach who have been trapped in a complex network of caves in Thailand for nine days have been found alive by two British divers -- the challenge now lies in extracting them. Also: Why French MPs are complaining that they're overworked, and the sexism row that's erupted in the Australian parliament.
Newly-elected Mexican President says tackling corruption will be his highest priority.
Also, UN Secretary-General describes 'horrific' ordeal of Rohingya refugees who've fled Mynamar, Interpol issues international arrest warrant for Indian billionaire Nirav Modi, why World Cup has been triumph for Russia's footballers and its government, and has a lost Lucien Freud painting been found in a very unexpected place ?
They started the tournament as the rank outsiders, but now the hosts have caused a major upset by knocking out Spain to reach the last eight. Also: America claims North Korea's nuclear programme could be shut down within a year if Pyongyang cooperates and outrage in Malaysia after a businessman marries a child.
Tens of thousands of people in the United States join nationwide rallies against President Trump's immigration policy, calling for migrant families separated at the border to be reunited. Also: why the militant group, Al Shabab, is banning plastic bags in Somalia, and the so-called "Weed Apocalypse" dawns for California pot dealers.
Canadian government announces new duties on billions of dollars worth of US goods; The latest on the gunman who killed five people at a newspaper office in Maryland; The operation to find a football team trapped for a week in a cave in northern Thailand is continuing.