Global warming may be causing more winter rainfall which melts the ice leading to raised sea levels; Saudi Arabia's human rights record is criticised by a UN body, and the seven year old girl who wants to be a world boxing champion.
Barbarin was found guilty of failing to report allegations of assaults by a priest in the 1980s and 1990s. He denied the charges and he will appeal against the verdict. And are new drugs giving hope to those affected by an outbreak of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo?
An ongoing protest by French customs officials has been causing major disruption at the port of Calais. Also: The Brazilian president has provoked national controversy, and Islamic State militants in Syria have been captured trying to escape their last enclave.
Carlos Ghosn, who ran the world largest alliance of car makers and faces three counts of financial misconduct, says he'll defend himself against "meritless and unsubstantiated accusations". Also: Human Rights Watch says children who fled the group calling itself Islamic State are being tortured in Iraq and the US investment bank, Goldman Sachs, tells staff it's ready to shed the suits.
The United Nations human rights office in Burundi has been forced to close at the insistence of the government. Also: Britain's Government faces a dire warning over a surge in knife crime, and Canada's bitcoin mystery deepens.
A British man has been declared HIV-free after a bone-marrow transplant. The case has raised hopes that scientists will eventually be able to defeat the AIDS virus.
Also, Trump targets India and Turkey in trade crackdown, China's premier warns of tough times ahead for its economy, and how science has proved that heartbreak can be deadly.