BBC news with Stewart Macintosh.
Israel and the United Arab Emirates have signed a peace treaty that will open the way to normal diplomatic relations between the two. As part of the US mediated deal, Israel will delay plans to annex more Palestinian land. The Palestinians have rejected the deal.
The US says it will temporarily hold all private charter flights to Cuba. It said Cuba was using tourism to finance abuses and interference in Venezuela. The ban takes effect in October. Medical emergency flights and ones for searching rescue purposes are allowed to continue.
Interior Minister in Belarus has apologized to those injured in the five days protests over the disputed presidential election and says he takes full responsibility. President Lukashenko has ordered an inquiry into the mass detention of protesters.
President Ashraf Ghani says that freeing hundreds of Taliban militants held by the Afghan government is a threat to the entire world. They’ve been released as part of peace talks.
The government of Cameroon has blamed Anglophone separatists for what he describes as increasing acts of barbarity and horror against civilians. This follows the circulation on social media of videos showing the killing of two women in Cameroon’s English speaking regions.
Reports from Yemen say Houthi rebels have killed dozens of Ethiopian migrants and forced thousands of others into Saudi Arabia. The migrants said the Houthi claimed they were infected with coronavirus.
German carmaker Daimler and the US branch of its subsidiary Mercedes-Benz have agreed in principle to settle claims by US regulators and a class-action lawsuit linked to the diesel emission scandal.
And scientists say climate change may have been one of the main causes that led to the extinction of the Siberian woolly rhino.
1.Israel and the United Arab Emirate have signed a peace treaty that will open the way to normal diplomatic relations between the two.
The parliaments of Australia and Indonesia have yet to ratify the treaty.
2.This follows the circulation on social media of videos showing the killing of two women in Cameroon's English speaking regions.
Copies of the magazine were withdrawn from circulation .