BBC news with Daniel Yelvoska.
The U.S military says 34 of its troops suffered dramatic brain injuries or concussion in the recent Iranian missile strike on a base in Iraq. The Pentagon has initially said there were no casualties in the attack.
Aid workers say over the past week, 20,000 civilians have fled what they called a dangerous new front in Syria's civil war. The international rescue committee said dozens of local people have been killed in rebel held western parts of Aleppo Province.
The British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has signed the withdrawal agreement, sealing Britain's departure from the European Union, a week from now. Correspondents say the hardest work remains, with Britain and the EU facing an end of the deadline to negotiate a future relationship.
A BBC investigation has found the American founder of a militant Neo-Nazi group is leading the organization from Russia. Rinaldo Nazzaro founded the group The Base in 2018. U.S investigators call it a violent extremist group that seeks to incite a race war.
15 people have gone on trial in Morocco in connection with the theft of dozens of watches that belonged to the country's monarch, King Mohammad. The main suspect is a cleaning woman, who worked in a royal palace. She's alleged to have had many of the watches melted down and sold.
That's the latest BBC news.