It's been reviewed that one of the two people stabbed to death in Friday's terror attack in London was helping lead a course for prisoners that his killer was attending. The victim Jack Merritt was a law and criminology graduate from Cambridge University, who had interest in rehabilitating prisoners. His killer, Usman Khan was convicted terrorist who'd been released early form jail on license, who was taking part in the course before he began his attack.
A court in Malta has rejected a legal challenge by Yorgen Fenech over his repeated detention for questioning in relation to the 2017 murder of a prominent journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia. A BBC correspondent in Malta says there is speculation that Mr.Fenech may be summoned to court again shortly.
The Southeast Asian Games has begun in Philippines with a colorful opening ceremony. The sporting event has already faced complains about transport, accommodation and unfinished stadiums.
Hundreds of protesters have gathered outside a police station in the Indian city of Hyderabad to demand that four men accused of raping and murdering a woman be handed over to them. The men are suspected having abducted the victim on Wednesday, before raping and killing her.
An operation in Romania to rescue any surviving sheep from a vessel that capsized in the black sea has ended. The ship was transporting more than 14,000 of the animals. About 200 had survived. Romania is the biggest exporter of live sheep in the E.U.
A tiny wooden relic believed by Christians to be part of Jesus manger is being returned to Bethlehem, after more than 1000 years in Rome. A procession of marching bands has been accompanied the relic case arrived. It was placed in the church of St. Catherine, next to the church of the Nativity, where tradition says Jesus was born.
That's the summary from BBC news.