He says summit will be successful though he describes it as just the start of a process, and relations with North Korea were building - to use his word - and that this was very positive. The Pyongyang envoy delivered a letter from Kim Jong-un, which Mr Trump first described as ' very interesting ' but then said he hadn't opened it. Also: the Kenyan president, Uhuru Kenyatta, has said that senior civil servants will have to take lie-detector tests as part of a crackdown on corruption, and an academic conference on the sport of skateboarding gets underway in London.
The EU, Canada, and Mexico vow to retaliate saying the US action is totally unacceptable. Also, Italy gets a new government after weeks of political uncertainty, and the appeal of the Yorkshire accent in the north of England
European judges have ruled that Lithuania and Romania violated the rights of two al-Qaeda terror suspects by allowing the CIA to torture them. Also: MSF says thousands of people are suffering as result of violence in South Sudan, and Zidane to leave Real Madrid.
Kiev says Arkady Babchenko’s ‘death’ was an operation to foil a Russian assassination plot. Also: Donald Trump weighs in on the scandal surrounding the American actress Roseanne Barr following her racist tweets, and why a million bank staff in India have taken to the streets.
There is still no government in Italy three months after elections and a new poll might be on the cards. Also: the president of Zimbabwe has announced that new elections will be held in July, and a new report says Japanese hunters killed hundreds of whales last year.