Syrian airstrikes continue on the rebel-held enclave, despite UN demands for a ceasefire. Also, the latest delivery to the Arctic vault that stores the world's most precious seeds, and New Zealand reacts to a 'creepy' TV interview with PM Ardern.
President Buhari has apologised for the suspected abductions. Meanwhile, parents of the girls say 100 remain missing. Also: A mountaineer leaves his team mates and goes it alone to try for the first ascent of K2 in winter. And we bid farewell to a Bollywood legend, Sridevi.
The decision would allow for aid deliveries and medical evacuations. However, some of the biggest jihadist rebel groups, and their associates, are not covered by the truce, raising questions about its real impact. Also, the names of 105 girls kidnapped by Boko Haram last week are released, and a report from a festival celebrating the hairstyle that time forgot - Mulletfest.
Human rights investigators accuse senior military commanders of war crimes and crimes against humanity. They say civilians have been tortured and mutilated, and villages destroyed. Also, the Myanmar government is accused of bulldozing dozens of Rohingya villages, and a possible breakthrough in finding the best treatment for cancer patients.