BBC news with David Austin.
President Trump will meet the British Prime Minister Theresa May again shortly hours after making a damaging attack on her Brexit policy. Mr. Trump told the Sun Newspaper that his host's plans involving close alignment with EU would probably kill any prospect for trade deal with the US. He also praised Boris Johnson who resigned as Foreign Secretary in protest against the government's position, saying he would make a great Prime Minister. Thousands of people are expected to a gathering today in London for a series of mass protest against Donald Trump's visit. The huge balloon depicting the president as a wailing baby in a nappy will fly next to the British parliament.
Pakistan's former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is due to return home from London a week after he was sentenced in absentia to 10 years in jail for corruption. The authorities in Pakistan say he and his daughter will both be arrested on arrival and sent to jail. Thousands of his supporters were expected to greet him at the airport in Lahore.
Reports from eastern Syria say an air strike has resulted in the death of 28 civilians. The strike is in one of the last holdouts of the jihadist group Islamic State, close to the border with Iraq.
Police in Chile have arrested a priest to confess to sexually abusing at least five children. Oscar Munoz is the first person detained in an abuse scandal that engulfed Chile's Roman Catholic Church.
Chinese investigators have concluded that an Air China co-pilot mistakenly caused his plane to begin an emergency descent when trying to hide the fact that he was smoking an e-cigarette while flying.
Portugal's parliament has extended to 16-and-17-year-olds the right to change their official gender and name without having to obtain a medical diagnosis. They will require parental authorization and a medical report stating they are acting freely.
That's the latest BBC news.