BBC news with Jonathan Izard.
The White House's tried to downplay the findings of a major climate change report compiled by 13 US Federal agencies. The study is at odds with assertionss from President Trump and several members of his administration. It concludes that human activity is the main cause of global warming.
In one of the first acts of his marathon tour around the Asia-Pacific region, President Trump has visited Pearl Harbour in Hawaii. He saw himself a US battleship sunk by Japanese bombers during the attack which drew America into the Second World War.
The United Nations says it receives 31 new allegations of sexual abuse and exploitations by its workers in the 3 months bewtween July and September. 12 cases were reported in Peace-Keeping mission in Haidi and 5 African countries.
Police in New York say they have a viable case against the Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein after an actress accused him of raping her 7 years ago. A police spokesman said the woman had presented the credible and detailed narrative.
Belgian Prosecutors are starting to review a European arrest warrant sent by Spain for the deposed Catalan leader---Carles Puigdemont and 4 of his ministers. The Catalans arrived in Belgium earlier this week after Spain accused them of rebellion and sedition.
An American citizen is expected to appear in court in Zimbabwe today, charged with insulting President Robert Mugabe. Martha O’ Donovan may also be accused of plotting to overthrow the government. Mrs O'Donovan, who works for a satirical video affliate, denied the allegations, calling them baseless and malicious.
今天，一名美国公民将在津巴布韦出庭，被控侮辱总统罗伯特·穆加贝(Robert Mugabe)。玛莎·奥多诺凡(Martha O'Donovan)可能还被指控阴谋推翻政府。奥多诺凡在一家讽刺性视频网站工作。她否认了该指控，称它们是毫无根据、蓄谋已久的。
Major Internet companies have endorsed proposed US legislations to prevent online sex trafficking. Firms including Facebook, Google and Amazon, have initially opposed the measures, saying they would hurt American innovation.
And Mustafa al-Imam recently captured by US Special Forces in Libya, has appeared in court in Washington, accused of the involvement in the attack on the diplomatic compound in Benghazi, in 2012.