Mr Trump has expressed support for arming teachers and ending gun-free zones near schools, American evangelist Billy Graham dies, aged 99, and the comedian who was sued for telling jokes about her family.
Syrians trapped in the rebel enclave speak of their desperation after further government bombardment, A global police operation against the illicit trade in cultural goods has recovered more than forty thousand artefacts, Claims that Homo Erectus created human language.
Fighters loyal to Damascus have joined the Kurdish militia against Turkish forces, Palestinians request international peace conference in snub to US, Scientists discover the cause of a rare blood vessel disorder that can lead to serious disfigurement in children.
More civilians reported killed in new government attacks on besieged district.
Also, how Nigerian army came close to capturing Boko Haram commander, UNICEF says 'simple measures' could reduce infant mortality, Florida Congressman introduces new bill to tackle school bullying, and how plants may be 100 million years older than we thought.
US Homeland Security said he was 'the worst child exploitation offender'. The British man was jailed for 32 years for offences including blackmail, fraud and arranging the sexual exploitation of a child.
Also: the White House says President Trump would support measures to improve background checks for gun purchases, and if you lived in a high rise building, would you pay to use the elevator?
Syrian pro-government forces will help Syrian Kurds fighting against a Turkish offensive.
Also, a tour of devastated Iraqi city of Fallujah, Iceland's mooted circumcision ban sparks outrage among Muslims and Jews, Chinese anger over stolen thumb of terracotta warrior, and is Silvio Berlusconi about to make a comeback ?