› Bieber hits photographer with truck Pop singer Justin Bieber accidentally hit a photographer with his truck after leaving a Beverly Hills church service Wednesday night. The photographer suffered non-life threatening injuries. Colette Luke reports.
› Graham slams Trump on Sessions, Mueller Republican Senator Lindsey Graham says President Trump's recent disparaging comments on Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Special counsel Robert Mueller are 'unnerving' and that any effort to "go after" Mueller could mark the "beginning of the end of the Trump presidency". Rough cut (no reporter narration).
› Britain set to patrol South China Sea During a visit to Australia, British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has said one of the first missions of the UK's new aircraft carriers will be in the disputed South China Sea. Jacob Greaves reports.
› House Speaker Ryan defends Priebus U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan defended White House chief of staff Reince Priebus on Thursday after President Donald Trump's new communications director appeared to link Priebus to media leaks in a tweet. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
› Charlie Gard to be moved to a hospice to die British baby Charlie Gard will be moved to a hospice to spend his final hours there before a ventilator that keeps him alive is turned off, a British judge ruled on Thursday.
› Breakingviews TV: Profiting from peace As FARC rebels lay down their arms, there are great hopes Colombia can reallocate defense spending to other parts of the economy. Rob Cox tells Tom Buerkle why that will be a challenge.
› Man escapes with his life after vape shop car crash Andy Nguyen is counting his lucky stars after narrowly escaping from a car that came crashing through the window of a Fountain Valley, Cailfornia vape shop where he was sitting on Wednesday. Colette Luke has more.
› The EU is courting Trump's dumped trade partners U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to kill or renegotiate his country's role in major trade pacts such as NAFTA and the Trans-Pacific Partnership has emboldened the European Union in seeking to court alienated countries and set global trade standards on their own terms.