BBC news with David Harper.
In a criminal case that shocked Argentina, two Roman Catholic priests have been jailed for over 40 years for sexually abusing deaf pupils at a church school. About 10 of the victims were in court for the sentencing. One of the priests was previously investigated for similar crimes in Italy. The Church has been criticized for failing to act more rapidly.
A committee from the World Anti-Doping Agency has recommended that Russia be given a four-year ban from sporting competition for falsifying laboratory data. That would see Russia banned from next year’s Olympics. A vote on the recommendation will be held early next month.
Thousands of people are protesting outside of parliament in the Georgian capital Tbilisi to demand an electoral reform. They want the governing Georgian dream party to fulfill its promise of an electoral reform, but the authorities say the issue is closed.
African election monitors say they've seen no evidence of ballots stuffing or rigging during Sunday's presidential vote in Guinea-Bissau. The campaign team of the current president José Mário Vaz have accused rivals of fraud and vote buying, though election monitors dispute that.
Denmark's government has launched plans to slash greenhouse gas emissions in agriculture. It's part of broad government targets to cut carbon dioxide, methane and nitrogen dioxide emission by 70% within a decade.
German detectives are hunting for thieves who stole three unique sets of 18th century jewelry from a museum in Dresden. The priceless items containing diamonds, rubies, emeralds and sapphires, were taken early on Monday.
And an American Special Forces dog injured during the U.S. military raid that killed the Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has met president Trump during a ceremony at the White House. Conan, a Belgium Malinois bitch was presented with a medal by Mr. Trump. He called the canine commando incredible and hailed her as the ultimate fighter.