European court rules that migrants must apply for asylum in first EU country they reach. Also, Britain is to ban the production of petrol and diesel cars by the year 2040 and trying to understand office jargon.
Muslim leaders tell worshippers to continue boycott of East Jerusalem site, despite change of Israeli security policy. Also, Vietnamese police arrest prominent dissident, why melting of Greenland ice-sheets could affect entire world, and how money can buy happiness
Jared Kushner, speaking after his Senate hearing, says he did not collude with Russia and that he has been fully transparent in all his actions. Also, parents of baby Charlie Gard abandon their legal fight to seek treatment in the United States, and time is up for Microsoft's Paint programme.
There are fears the violence is linked to security measures imposed by Israel in Jerusalem. Also, Canada awaits verdict in polygamy trial where one defendant has 148 children and 28 wives, Taiwan's Taoists protest against curbs on incense and firecrackers, and Princess Diana's sons reveal what she was really like.