BBC news with Neil Nunes.
Boeing has fired its Chief Executive Dennis Muilenburg, who has been heavily criticized over two fatal crashes involving the company's 737 Max aircraft. Boeing has been struggling to deal with the impact of the crashes blamed on its computer software.
波音公司解雇了其首席执行官Dennis Muilenburg，他曾因两起致命的波音737 Max飞机坠毁事件受到严厉批评。波音公司一直在努力应对电脑软件故障的影响。
There's been criticism of the trial in Saudi Arabia of those accused of killing the journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who was murdered in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Five people have been sentenced to death, but a top aide to crown prince Mohammed bin Salman wasn't charged.
A court in Romania has acquitted 25 Roma men, accused of masterminding the trafficking of 1000 children to beg and steal elsewhere in Europe. At a final appeal hearing, the court in the city of Targu Mures said prosecutors have failed to present evidences. The verdict has prompted an outcry.
The Mexican government says it's deeply concerned about what it calls "The excessive presence of Bolivian security teams" monitoring the Mexican embassy and ambassador’s residency in La Paz. Mexico has granted an asylum to Bolivia's ousted president.
Hundreds of people have protested in Myanmar accusing the police of misconduct after they revealed the name of a three-year-old girl, who had allegedly been raped. Demonstrators marched through the center of Rangoon, demanding justice for the child and calling for action against the officers.
Lawmakers in Bosnia heads of governor have finally approved the creation of a new central government, 14 months after elections. This should allow the structural reforms needed to advance the country's application for EU membership.
A painting by the British artist LS Lowry that was lost to the art world for seven decades is to be sold at auction in London. Experts say it could fetch up to 1.3 million dollars. It's entitled "The Mill, Pendlebury".