BBC news with Danielle Jalowiecka.
One of the most powerful hurricanes ever to hit the U.S state of Louisiana is moving inland, flooding coast areas and cutting powers to more than half million people. Meteorologists say Ida has weaken slightly, but they warned its slow progress northward has increased its destructive potential. Tens of thousands of people have been evacuated from the gulf coast.
American military officials say they are confident that an airstrike on a vehicle in the Afghan capital Kabul hit the intended target, a suicide bomber who is about to attack the airport. It was the second American drone strike on an IS target since Thursday, when around 170 people died in the suicide attack in Kabul.
The UN nuclear watchdog says North Korea appears to have restated its nuclear reactor capable of producing plutonium for nuclear weapons. The International Atomic Energy agency says the Yongbyon nuclear plant has been discharging cooling water since July, suggesting it’s operational.
A boat carrying 80 people in Peru's Amazon region has sunk after crashing into an oil barge. 20 people have died, and 50 others are missing.
The Chilean president Sebastián Piñera has defended his decision to issue at a decree, claiming a larger sweep of the ocean. Argentina accused Chile of encroaching into the territorial waters and trying to seize part of the continental shelf.
The American actor Ed Asner who starred in the Mary Tyler Moore Show has died. He was 91. Asner became well-known across the U.S of playing Lou Grant, a grouchy journalist who's given his own spin-off TV drama in the 1970s and 80s.
出演玛丽·泰勒·摩尔秀的美国演员艾德·阿斯纳去世。享年91岁。阿斯纳因饰演Lou Grant而在美国家喻户晓，Lou Grant是一名脾气暴躁的记者，这名记者20世纪70年代和80年代创作了自己的衍生电视剧。
And the Argentine football star Lionel Messi has made his highly anticipated debut for the Paris Saint Germain three weeks after signing for the club. Messi came off the bench on the 66 minute of the PSG’s away game against Reims in the French league.