BBC news with Marion Marshall.
Syrian government forces and their allies have continued to drive rebel fighters out of more districts in eastern Aleppo prompting thousands more civilians to flee from the fighting. The Russian defense ministry says the Syrian government has retaken 12 neighborhoods amounting to 40% of territory controlled by rebels before the weekend.
Reports in the US media say the man who attacked people at Ohio State University was a 20-year-old Somali student. Eight people were injured in the assault which began when a car was driven into a crowd of pedestrians at Ohio State University. The driver then got out and began attacking passers-by with abutcher’s knife. He was shot dead by police. The university said the scene isnow secure and a campus lock-down has been lifted.
Thousands of Cubans have been paying their respects to the former revolutionary leader Fidel Castrol on the first day of public mourning. People formed long queues, many carrying flowers, portraits and Cuban flags as they waited to process passed memorial at revolutionary square in the capital.
The White House has said there is no evidence of massive fraud during the US presidential election. Donald Trump, who won the presidency but not the popular vote, said on Sunday that millions of people who cast votes illegally without offering any evidence for his claim.
The Chinese government says its two-child birth control policy has not lead toas many birth as required to replenish the country's shrinking workforce.China's government is under pressure to find new ways to support the country's rapidly aging population.
At least ten people have been killed and dozens wounded in fighting between Somali nomads and the Islamist Group al-Shabaab. The clashes erupted after Islamists in the coastal town of Harardhere ordered locals to pay taxes. The nomads who have lost much of their livestock in the current drought refused and attacked the militants. BBC news.