Iran's former foreign minister says his country has the technical know-how to build a nuclear weapon, but has not taken a decision on whether to do so.
He told the Al Jazeera television channel that Iran could easily produce 90 percent enriched uranium, the level needed to create a nuclear bomb.
Iran routinely denies having any such an ambition.
Britain's first extreme heat warning has come into effect with parts of Southern England expected to reach 40 degrees Celsius later on Monday for the first time.
The government says it's treating the unprecedented red alert as a national emergency.
Western Europe is experiencing its second fierce heat wave in recent weeks, causing devastating wildfires in several countries.
The French president has warned that anti-semitism is still rampant in the country as he marked the 80th anniversary of an outrage committed against the Jewish people in Nazi-occupied France in the Second World War.
In the company of Jewish survivors Emmanuel Macron inaugurated a memorial to more than 13,000 Jews, many of them children who were detained by French police in July, 1942.
They were later sent to Nazi extermination camps.
The third day of the World Athletics Championships taking place in Eugene, Oregon in the United States saw the men's 10,000m race won by the defending champion Joshua Cheptegei.
Here’s Alex Capstick.
Just like the women's race on Saturday, the men's 10,000 meters produced a hectic finish.
With the spectators on their feet howling their support, it was the defending champion and world record holder Joshua Cheptegei who kicked hardest on the final lap.
The Ugandan who won a silver medal at last year's Olympics, surged ahead to take the title ahead of Kenya’s Stanley Mburu with another Ugandan Jacob Kiplimo finishing in third place.
The three men embraced and lapped up the applause from an appreciative crowd.