Protesters returning from mass demonstrations in Hong Kong have been attacked by gangs of unidentified men in white T-shirts in one of the territory's railway stations. 45 people were injured. It's not known who the attackers were, but there are speculation that they were Triad gangs acting on behalf of Beijing.
The party of the new Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelinski has emerged well ahead of its rivals in parliamentary elections. Preliminary results appear to confirm an exit poll that suggests the party Servant of the People got around 44% of the vote.
The Governor of Puerto Rico Ricardo Rossello has announced that he will not run for re-election next year. There have been demonstrations across the US territory since last Saturday when text conversations were leaked in which he made a series of sexist and homophobic comments.
The Portuguese authorities say at least 30 people have been injured by wildfires in the center of the country. Police say they are investigating several cases of suspected arson.
The US Secretary of State says the number of immigrants on the southern border with Mexico are decreasing. Mike Pompeo said the two countries should work together to increase prosperity and security.
Two former British Prime Ministers are warning of what they see as the dangers of Britain leaving the European Union without a deal at the end of October. The comments by Tony Blair and Gordon Brown of the opposition Labor Party come a day before the governing Conservatives announced their new leader who will become Prime Minister. It's widely expected to be Boris Johnson.
An Australian swimmer has refused to share a podium with his chinese rival at the world championships in South Korea. Mack Horton finished second in the 400 meters freestyle final behind Sun Yang, who he has accused of being a drugs cheat. Sun denies any wrongdoing. He said his opponent had shown disrespect to China.