"I voted for a guy named Trump"
President Donald Trump casts his vote in Florida in the US election
Early voting means people are able to cast their ballots before 3 November - either by post or in-person
Protesters in Naples, Italy, opposed to stricter coronavirus measures clash with police
The mainly-young crowd defied a late-night curfew - some threw smoke bombs and firecrackers, while police responded with tear gas
The NHS wants people who have recovered from coronavirus to donate their blood plasma
It's part of a trial looking at whether it can be used to fight Covid-19
But what is plasma in the blood and how could it help?
Stormzy is taking a starring role in a new video game
The grime artist tells @BBCClick about the power of games to "speak out against injustice", as his character features in a dystopian London that's been taken over by the government
Russia had high hopes for the Trump presidency. But today the Russian government paper dismisses Trump as “a weak president, without his own programme or firm support.” It predicts “confrontation & rivalry for years to come” in US-Russia relations. #ReadingRussia@BBCWorldhttps://t.co/37pOd2sKjJ
Putin today warned of “huge problems” from climate change & thawing permafrost: “It’s a serious challenge for whole world and, of course, for Russia, where permafrost is 65% of our territory.” We saw the problem for ourselves. @BBCWorld Camera @mattgodtv Producer @BBCWillVernonhttps://t.co/pXqTCjHZW3
"Work! Work! Work!" shout the baggage handlers, ship cleaners and port security guards protesting on the steps of Venice's Santa Lucia train station
Cruise companies have been forced to delay most tours until 2021