President Xi Jinping's standing as China's most powerful leader in decades is assured.
Also, Kenya's Supreme Court to decide whether re-run of presidential election can go ahead, a deathbed confession in Belgium may help solve a series of murders from 1980s, and why a Canadian man was fined for singing in public.
Catalan and Spanish governments continue their dispute over the region's future.
Also, Kenyan opposition leader's sister to be charged with 'inciting violence', FBI agent talks about his work infiltrating radical Islamist groups in US, and a new report warns that acidification of the oceans 'will affect all sea life'.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says militias who've been fighting IS in Iraq must disband. He said - now the battle was ending - it was time for the militias to integrate into the Iraqi army or go home.
Also, WHO drops Mugabe as goodwill ambassador, and buying drugs with Spam in Hawaii.
The Catalan leader says they won't accept plans by Madrid to curb the region's autonomy. Carles Puigdemont made a passionate appeal for the defence of Catalonia's rights in the face of what he called a coup by the Spanish state. It follows threats by the Spanish Prime Minister to impose direct rule on Catalonia. Also: the 'Czech Trump', Andrej Babis, has become the new Prime Minister of the Czech Republic, and a zombie apocalypse comes to Washington to celebrate the final season of the TV series 'The Walking Dead'.