Votes are counted in a contest that's split the governing party of South Africa. The two candidates to take over the party are a former foreign minister, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma and South Africa's deputy president, Cyril Ramaphosa. Some six-thousand people have protested in Vienna outside the swearing-in ceremony for a new Austrian cabinet, which includes the far right Freedom Party. And a new plant that could reduce our dependence on electric lighting.
President Vladimir Putin phoned Donald Trump to thank him for the information. The attack was allegedly planned to take place on Saturday, Russia says. Also, The Islamic State Group says it carried out an attack on a church in the Pakistani city of Quetta which left eight people dead and dozens of others wounded, and the Moroccan baker who's treated the residents of Milan to what's said to be the world's largest panettone.
South Africa's governing ANC party to elect successor to Jacob Zuma. Also: Austrian president approves formation of a new government which will include the far-right Freedom Party, and a state funeral for the last king of Romania.
Austria is set to have a coalition made up of the People's Party, which came first in a recent election, and the smaller anti-immigration Freedom Party. Also: the UN says there's huge disparities between rich and poor people in the United States which President Trump's policies could make worse, and get ready for the flying car.
The children were recruited by the Congolese warlord, Thomas Lubanga. The money will be awarded collectively to the community rather than individuals. Also: EU says Brexit talks to move to next stage and the choir that can never sing together.