Anger grows after five men are cleared of rape on a lesser charge of sexual abuse.
Also, India's Red Fort to be privatised in a controversial deal; and half of paintings found to be fake in French museum dedicated to Etienne Terrus.
During a visit to Washington, the German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, urges the US President not to back out of the nuclear deal with Iran. Also: the world reacts with optimism and caution to the breakthrough Korean summit, and could the football World Cup in Russia help reverse the country's declining birth rate?
The leaders of North and South Korea agree to work to rid the peninsula of nuclear weapons. Also, winning 'stuffed anteater' photo disqualified from World Wildlife Photographer of the year competition and horses can read facial expressions.
Dozens of women have accused Bill Cosby of decades of abuse. Also: Spaniards protest after five men accused of rape are convicted on a lesser charge, and a woman gives birth using a You Tube instruction video.
Kim Jong-un is set to become the first North Korean leader to cross into South Korea territory since the end of the Korean War in 1953. Also: Zimbabwe president urges an end to isolation and Caster Semenya expected to be affected by IAAF rule changes.
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