You're watching BBC world news I'm David Eads the headlines.
The president of South Korea has told the BBC it is only a matter of time before there's peace on the peninsula.
Moon Jae-in admitted that there could be more diplomatic bumps and bruises along the way.
The scale of destruction wrought by hurricane Michael in the U.S. is becoming clearer.
It hit Florida and then made its way northeast.
Aerial footage shows rows of houses near coastal areas ripped from their foundations.
The former South African foreign minister Pik Botha has died in Pretoria at the age of 86.
南非前外交部长皮克·博塔（Pik Botha）在比勒陀利亚逝世 享年86岁
He served as his country's foreign minister for 17 years until the end of the apartheid era in 1994.
And the world's longest commercial flight is nearing the end of its journey from Singapore to Newark in New Jersey.
It's a 15,000 kilometer trip at 8,000 miles and could take up to 19 hours to complete.
该航线长达15000千米 即8000英里 耗时长达19小时