BBC News with Neil Nunes.
France aims to reinvigorate international efforts to tackle global warming with today's summit at the French capital, two years since the Paris accord was signed. President Emmanuel Macron says he believes the United States will change its mind about the agreement, despite Donald Trump's announcement for America to withdraw. Mr.Macron called Mr.Trump's move aggressive and reiterated that he will not renegotiate the deal.
Finance ministers in 5 European countries have written to their U.S counterpart to warn that plan to change U.S tax law could violate international rules and damage world trade. They highlighted a plan to 20% tax on purchase made by American companies from foreign subsidiaries.
And in U.S state of Alabama, republicans and democratic rivals for Tuesday's senate election have held their final rallies. The race has been galvanized the controversy over the republican candidate Roy Moore. He has been accused sexually harassing teenagers in the 1970s. Mr.Moore questioned why his accusers have stated silent for so long. His democratic rivals Doug Jones is a former lawyer known for prosecuting white supremacy.
The Israeli military says it has targeted Hamas posts in the Gaza strip after several rockets were fired to southern Israel. There are no reports of casualties.
Amnesty international has said that EU supports to Libya to prevent illegal migrants reaching the continent has made the EU complicity and human rights abuses. They said thousands of migrants stuck in Libyan camps could be exploited.
BBC world news.