Erdogan Claims Victory in Turkish Election
The Turkish leader says unofficial results from the presidential elections show he has won outright in the first round. Also: dozens killed in violence between farmers and nomadic cattle herders in Nigeria and illegal dynamite fishing in the Philippines.
Saudi Arabia Lifts Its Ban On Women Drivers
Another step in the sweeping changes in Saudi Arabia. Also: Tens of thousands march in London over Brexit and final rallies before elections in Turkey.
Trump itensifies trade row with threat of car tariffs
Shares in European carmakers dip after Trump announces new tariff, also: Italy says Malta refuses to accept ship with 234 migrants and: a diplomatic row surrounding Boris Becker
UN says Rule of Law 'Virtually Absent' in Venezuela
Venezuelan security forces have carried out hundreds of arbitrary killings under the guise of fighting crime, the UN says in a new report. Also: Italy moves to seize migrant rescue ships and studying disco music of the 1970's.
US First Lady Melania Trump Visits Texas Child Detention Centre
Mrs Trump said she wanted to help reunite families separated by US immigration laws. The Justice Department has asked a federal court to ease restrictions on how long children can be detained alongside their parents. Also: mystery ape found in ancient tomb and the debate over eating dogs in Asia.
Italy wants EU Partner on Migrant Deal
Italy says curbing the boatloads of Mediterranean migrants is the priority. Also: Israeli PM's wife charged with fraud and Koko the famously social gorilla dies in California.
Trump Reverses Migrant Separation Policy
US President signs an executive order promising to keep families together. Also, the British government avoids defeat over Brexit and scientists create pigs that are resistant to a highly infectious disease by editing their DNA.
Hungary Outlaws Helping Illegal Migrants
The government says the new laws are needed to protect Hungary's security and identity. Critics say they demonise asylum seekers and will be used to target human rights activists and civil society groups working with migrants. Also: An inquiry into the deaths of elderly people at a hospital in southern England has concluded that more than 450 patients died as a direct result of being given powerful painkillers without medical justification, and China opens a research facility to continue the conservation of pandas and try to replicate the success with other threatened species.