This is BBC World News. I’m Peter Dobbie. These are the headlines.
The police in Pakistan say a suicide bombing close to the border with India has killed at least 50 people and injured 70 others. The explosion was set off just after the evening flag-lowering ceremony of the Wagah border crossing.
Police have charged a 29 year old British banker with murder following the deaths of two women in Hong Kong. Rurik Jutting was arrested after police found the victims in his luxury apartment.
Iraq’s Ministry of Human Rights says Islamic State Militants have killed more than 300 members of a Sunni tribe that’s been fighting against them in the province of Anbar. In the latest massacre, more than 50 bodies were discovered in a well.
The U.N.’s intergovernmental panel on climate change has released a report challenging policy makers to eliminate carbon emissions by the end of the century or face irreversible damage.