US intelligence agencies concluded earlier this year that Russia had tried to sway the election in favour of Donald Trump. Also: deadly fires hit California wine country and Scotland football manager Gordon Strachan blames 'genetics' for World Cup failure.
ICRC to drastically reduce activity in Afghanistan due to attacks on staff by militants.
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The ICAN group said the prize sent a message to President Trump and to North Korea that threatening to use such weapons was illegal. Also: Catalonia's parliament will meet on Monday despite a Spanish constitutional court order suspending the session, and a podcast love story.