BBC News with Gareth Barlow.
President has warned North Korea that things will happen to them like they never thought possible. Mr. Trump said maybe early statement of warning of fire and fury to North Korea was not tough enough. But he also said will always consider negotiations.
The Kenya electoral commission says that the opposition's allegations that hackers have been able to change the election results are baseless. A senior official said that a failed attempt by unknown hackers had targeted the wrong server. The opposition insisted its leader Raila Odinga was the winner of Wednesday's presidential poll.
A report by the top US military academy says the Nigerian Islamic Militant group Boko Haram has used more female suicide bombers than any other insurgency. In more than half of their attacks since 2011, women and girls were used.
The British authorities say modern slavery has become so widespread that there are victims in every town and city across the country. Sex exploitation is the most common form of modern slavery, but international gangs are active in many sectors.
A new study suggests that climate change has had a significant impact on the timing of river floods across the Europe over the past fifty years. Their research has found in some regions earlier snowmelt caused by rising temperatures results in floods that come a week earlier on average.
An international report compiled by US government agency confirms 2016 was the warmest year on record, the third consecutive record-breaking year. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says the record heat was the combination of global warming and a strong Elneno weather phenomenon.
And police in Tanzania say they have killed thirteen people suspected to be behind the recent murders of security officials in the south region of the country. Police say the alleged criminals were killed in a shootout with security personnel.
And that's the BBC news.