BBC news with Jerry Smit.
President Trump is expected later today to withdraw his backing for the international agreement that restricts the Iran's nuclear program. The other signatures to the accord,Britain , France, Germany , China and Russia have been lobbying against such course of action.
The Trump administration has moved against former president Obama's affordable care act for the second time in the space of a day. White House now says that it will stop paying subsidies to help insurance companies. The Democrats have reacted furiously.
A new study has found that 25 million people each year died in pain because they do not have access to morphine. The suffering is especially high among people living in less developed countries.
Fire fighters in Northern California are continuing their battle to bring under control the numerous blazes that have burnt for 5 days. More than 30 people are known to have died in the deadliest fire in the state's history.
The Indonesia officials says the number of people killed by floods and landslides in central and Northern provinces has risen to 54. Rescue teams are searching for 39 others. It has been extensive damage to farm land.
The leaders of Mexico and Canada say they're trying to secure and re negotiation of the North America Free trade agreement, that will benefit all three members. On Wednesday, President Trump has already struck a bilateral deal of Canada if no progress was made.
The chief executive officer of the South Korean Technology giant Samsung electronic has resigned. Kwon Oh-hyun said the time have come for the company start a new with a younger leadership. In August , Samsung Former head was jailed for five years for bribery.
The preliminary results from Libya's presidential election suggest the former international football star George Weah is on course to win the most votes in the opening round.