BBC News with Neil Nunes.
Provisional results in Alabama’s election for a new representative in the US senator suggested the races too close to call between the Republican and Democratic rivals. Within more than half of previous supporting results, the Republican Roy Moore resorted but tied with Democrat contender Doug Jones. In the campaign, Mr. Moore tried to bushel of allegations of sex misconduct with teenagers. But some Republicans have distanced themselves from Mr. Moore. When Doug Jones in Alabama; the traditionally conservative state would be a major political upset.
The U.S secretary of state Rex Tillerson says America is willing to hold direct talks with North Korea without preconditions. He said the topic would not matter, it could simply be about the weather. But the point was to make out roadmap for formal negotiations. The U.S has previously demanded that the North must first disarm.
Meanwhile, the United Nations political affairs chief Jeffrey Feltman says North Korean officials have told him they wanted to prevent the war on the Korean peninsula. He said they made their view known during the first in-depth political exchange of view in 8 years between the U.S secretariat and North Korea officials in Pyongyang.
UNICEF(TheUnited Nations Children's Fund) has warned that more than 400,000 severely malnourished children under the age of 5 in the democratic republic of Congo could die within months without emergency intervention. It says its crisis is due to combination of violence, mass displacement of families and slump agricultural output.
Scientists in Britain have suggested that bumblebees are much more intelligent than previously been supposed. The bees were given the tasks finding the most efficient roots between different source of food and far from bumbling, learn to avoid tempting traps and to refining their fly parts between flower feeding stations.