The UN ship, loaded with thousands of tonnes of desperately needed wheat, arrived at the port of Saleef. Also: US lawmaker John Conyers gives up post amid inquiry and a very old tourist attraction comes out of its shell on St Helena.
Officials say the attackers, who killed over 300 worshippers at a mosque, were carrying the flag of the Islamic State group. We hear from the survivors at a hospital. Also: Pakistan calls on the army to quell anti-blasphemy protests, and the Lion of Zimbabwe, Thomas Mapfumo, reflects on the toppling of President Robert Mugabe.
Militants launch bomb and gun attack on mosque during prayers, state media say. It's the deadliest attack of its kind since an Islamist insurgency in the peninsula was stepped up in 2013. Also, after Emmerson Mnangagwa's inauguration as Zimbabwe's President, Anne Soy reports from Matabeleland, where thousands were killed while he was head of security, and why women are being encouraged to "own their space" with the new social media craze, 'womanspreading'.
The BBC has been given exclusive access to the luxury hotel in Riyadh, where members of the Saudi elite are being detained after an anti-corruption drive by the Crown Prince. Lyse Doucet reports from the Ritz-Carlton hotel. Also, there's anger among the families of missing Argentine submariners, after reports of an explosion around the time the vessel went missing; and the real life scientists welcoming Little Miss Inventor.
Saudi led coalition says it's easing its blockade of Yemen's sea and airports, Will Rohingya refugees return to Myanmar following repatriation agreement, And the train in India that took its passengers a-hundred-and-sixty kilometres in the wrong direction