President Trump blocks Huawai, as US and China continue their tariffs tit-for-tat. Also, Yemen's rebels end the blockade of ports, but fighting continues; the President of the Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte, amasses more power; we hear about the aspirations of young voters in India, and re-educating cancer to extend life.
(Photo: Chinese shipping containers are stored beside a US flag after they were unloaded at the Port of Los Angeles; Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
The danger we pose ourselves
We're threatening a million species -- and we could die with them. We need a completely different mind-set, scientists say. Also in this edition: the ANC wins South Africa's general election - but with a smaller majority; Iran and the US raise the stakes; Erdogan gets a re-run of the mayoral election in Istanbul; and the world's oldest professional football club is relegated from the league it helped to found.
(Picture: a banner at a pro-biodiversity demonstration in Paris.
The centre-left fights back in Spain
The Socialist party increased its share of the vote while the right splintered. Is this confirmation of an emerging trend? Also in this edition: the end of an era - and the beginning of a new one - in Japan; an attempt to overthrow the government in Venezuela fizzles out - for now; the British prime minister brutally sacks her defence secretary; and our religion editor on hate crime in the United States.
(Picture: the victorious Spanish prime minister Pedro Sanchez speaks to celebrating supporters after the general election.
Sri Lanka mourns its dead
Suicide-bomb attacks on churches and hotels killed more than 250 people. The killers belonged to a local Islamist group, but so-called Islamic State claimed them as its own. Also in this edition: African swine fever hits every province in China; a comedian wins the presidential election in Ukraine; the North Korean leader goes to Russia to see President Putin; and in the wake of the Mueller report, the White House and Democrats in Congress square up.
(Picture: funeral banners hang across the street in front of St Anthony's Shrine in the Sri Lankan capital, Colombo.