President Mnangagwa says he was close to the blast at a rally in Bulawayo but was unhurt.
Women can now drive in the conservative kingdom, but there has been a crackdown on activists.
The BBC speaks to a detained migrant who has not spoken to his daughter since they were separated.
"Angel Families" go to the White House amid outrage over the separation of migrant families.
Around 30 train carriages came off the tracks, which are thought to have been weakened by recent flooding.
Former diplomat Carlo Alberto Capello, who was recalled from the US, is given five years in jail.
Fifa opens disciplinary proceedings against Granit Xhaka and Xherdan Shaqiri for their goal celebrations during Switzerland's win over Serbia.
Malta says it will not be dictated to after Italy called on it to accept migrant rescue ship Lifeline.
Toni Kroos' injury-time winner against Sweden revives defending champions Germany's hopes of progressing to the last 16.
The US president's press secretary says she was refused service because she works for Donald Trump.
A 19-year-old, who says she accidentally crossed the US-Canada border, was detained for two weeks.
Tens of thousands of people march in London on the second anniversary of the vote to leave the EU.
Drummer's life was marked by tragedy when he saw his brother and bandmate killed on stage.
Those killed include IS head Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi's personal courier, Iraq's military says.
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