BBC News with Jim Lee.
A five-year inquiry into child sexual abuse in Australia has handed over its final report which stretches to 17 volumes. The law commission has heard heroine testimony from thousands of survivors across the country. It identified abuse in more than four thousand Australian institutions including religious organization, sports club, foster homes and the military.
A judge in New York has sentenced two nephews of Venezuela's first lady to 18 years in jail for conspiring to smuggle vast amount of cocaine into the United States.
Supporters of Net Neutrality in the United States, the rule which requests equal treatment of all internet traffic says that they will meant mount legal challenge against the decision to scrap the measure, as being heated debated about the issue for month.
Donald Trump and Russian president Vladimir Putin have held talks by phone on the crisis of North Korea's nuclear weapons program. Earlier this week, the US secretary of state Rex Tillerson said he was prepared to talk to Pyongyang without preconditions.
And an American firefighter has died while tackling a massive wild fire which is continuing to rage in southern California. The blaze in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties is one of several that have ravaged the large part of California over the past week.
Dutch police say two people have been killed in stabbing incidents in the residential area of the city of Maastricht. They say the stabbing occurred in two locations within a few hundred of meters of each other.
Thousands of people in Romania have been queuing to pay their last respects to the former king Michael I in Bucharest. Three days of mourning are being held for the ex-monarch.
A NASA space telescope has discovered the 8th planet circling around a distant star. It's the first host as many planets as our solar system. NASA says the star is just a bit hotter and larger than the sun.