BBC News with Debbie Russ.
Britian's main opposition labor party says prime minister Teresa May has suffered a humiliating loss of authority after losing a key parliamentary vote on Brexit. Mrs. May's defeat forces the government to guarantee that MP will be allowed a meaningful vote before any final deal on Britain's departure from the European union.
The World Trade organization summit in Argentina, the first since Donald Trump came to power, has failed to reach any agreement. The EU trade commissioner blamed the failure on what she called "Disruptive behavior by several large countries". The meeting was overshadowed by concerns about U.S protectionism.
Syrian state media and activists are reporting that air strikes by U.S led coalition have killed at least 23 civilians in the eastern province of Deir Ezzo. The state news agency called it a massacre. The strikes targeted villages controlled by Islamic State militants.
Police in the American state of Kentucky say a local lawmaker has committed suicide after being accused sexually molesting a teenage girl. The Bullitt county representative Dan Johnson shot himself on a bridge. Mr. Johnson has strenuously denied the claim he molested a girl in a church in 2012.
Tensions over North Korea's nuclear program are expected to be high on the agenda in talks in Beijing, between the Chinese president Xi Jinping and his visiting South Korea counterpart Moon Jae-in. The issue has previously strained bilateral relations.
Judge in El Salvador has rejected an appeal from a woman sentenced to 30 years in prison under the country's strict abortion laws, when her born baby was found dead. She has already served 10 years in jail, but also protested her innocence.
German scientists have discovered what they say as the oldest known fossil of sea creature that swam at the time of the dinosaur. They found that the * lark in the ocean more than 200 million years ago.