Hundreds of thousands of people in Hong Kong have taken to the streets to demonstrate against proposed changes to extradition laws.
The mass demonstrations come ahead of lawmakers voting on whether to pass the controversial amendments.
The proposed changes would allow people to be transferred to jurisdictions that the territory doesn't currently have extradition agreements with.
At the moment, extraditions to countries without agreements with Hong Kong - including mainland China and Taiwan - can only take place on a 'case-by-case' basis.
Scotland's Fisheries Minister has warned that Irish ships could be boarded if they continue fishing in the area around Rockall.
It comes after the Government here rejected Scotland's threat of “enforcement action” against Irish fishing vessels in the disputed seas between the two countries.
Rockall is an uninhabited rock some 400km west of the Donegal coast.
Ownership of the rock has long been in dispute between Ireland and the UK.
A major incident has been declared as emergency services deal with a huge fire at a block of flats in east London.
London fire brigade say 15 engines and 100 firefighters are at the scene, in the Barking area of the city.
The ground floor to the sixth floor of the De Pass Gardens apartment block quickly caught fire with fire crews called to the scene from Barking, Dagenham, East Ham and surrounding fire stations.
The fire is now under control and a spokesperson for London Metropolitan Police say there are no reports of injuries at this stage.
A Conservative leadership hopeful has proposed giving £500 million (€560 million) to Ireland in a bid to resolve the Brexit border deadlock.
Home Secretary Sajid Javid made the suggestion in an interview with the Mail on Sunday.
The Northern Ireland border issue has been a main sticking point in Brexit talks - with strong opposition in Westminster to the backstop to avoid a hard border.
Theresa May's withdrawal agreement has been rejected several times in parliament, with members of her own Conservative party among the backstop's most vocal opponents.
Mexico has agreed to take "unprecedented steps" to limit illegal immigration to the US.
It is in order to avoid trade tariffs recently threatened by the US president.
Overnight, Donald Trump revealed that a deal had been reached to suspend the tariffs "indefinitely".
In a pair of tweets, he said Mexico's steps would "stem the tide of migration" to the US-Mexico border.