BBC News with Jonathan Izad.
A UN commission on human rights in south sudan is warn the steady process of ethnic cleansing is underway in several parts of the country. The commssion's chair said the international community needed to act quickly to prevent repeat of Luanden genocide. South Sudan's president Sxxx has strongly deny that ethnic cleansing is taking place.
The socialist president of France Fanso Alon has just announced that he is not standing for reelection next year. Polls predict that the election will be a battle between the centre right candidate Fanso Afiyon and the leader of the far right national front Marine Lapan.
Crown prince Maha Vajiralongkorn has been proclaimed King of Thailand, he was anointed at a special ceremony, his coronation will take place following the coronation after his father, King bhumibol adulyadej who died in october after a 17 year reign.
The united nations says nearly 2000 members of the Iraqui security forces were killed across the country in November along with hundreds of civilians. It's a threefold increase on the figure from October when Iraqui forces launched a major assault to retake the city of Mosul, the last major stronghold in Iraq of the Islamic state group.
Bolivia has suspended the operating license of Lamia the charter airline whos plane crashed in Columbia on Monday, killing 71 people. The plane which run out of fuel had taken off from center cruise in Bolivia on route for Medene carrying a Brizilian football team.
Gun fire has been heard in Libyan capital Tripoli and armed groups have been taken up positions in various parts in the city, the cuase of the sudden tension is not clear, a number of militia affection operate in Tripoli, and fighting is often spot by turf wars, but the latest shooting has been descriped as heavier than usual.
And Bath Odren, the 2nd man on the moon, has been evacuated from the south pole after falling ill, the 86 year-old former astronaut who's visiting antactic as part of a private tour group had to be airlifted to an American research base 3000 kilometers away. BBC news.