A cross-examination of Oscar Pistorius ended with the prosecutor in the murder trial giving a stark summary of how he shot his girlfriend.
On another intense day of questioning, prosecution lawyer Gerrie Nel accuses Oscar Pistorius of "tailoring his evidence".
One of South Africa's top attorneys said it was beyond belief that Reeva Steenkamp would have remained silent with Pistorius shouting.
Oscar Pistorius's spokesperson says he "regrets" a decision to go out to a nightclub in Johannesburg after getting into an argument with a man about his ongoing murder trial.
Anneliese Burgess said Pistorius was in a "quiet booth" at the VIP Room with his cousin on Saturday night, days after the athlete's trial was adjourned until August 7, when he was "aggressively engaged" by a stranger.
The man, identified by South African media as Jared Mortimer, claims Pistorius was drunk and had insulted him before he pushed him back into a chair as bouncers intervened.
But a spokesperson for the club denied the incident, saying: "(Pistorius) was there but there was no altercation and if there had been, we would have known about it."
Ms Burgess said Pistorius left shortly after the argument and "regrets the decision to go to a public space and thereby inviting unwelcome attention".
The judge in the Oscar Pistorius murder trial has adjourned proceedings until 7 August to allow the legal teams to prepare and submit their closing arguments.
The Olympic and Paralympic athlete's defence team wrapped up its case today.
Video footage of paralympian Oscar Pistorius re-enacting the night he shot dead Reeva Steenkamp will be broadcast on Australian television.
The video, which is already online, shows the athlete walking, without his prosthetic legs, across his apartment, as if holding a gun, watched by various men in suits.
His defence team say the footage was part of a number of exercises that made up part of their forensics analysis of the night, and were obtained illegally.
Oscar Pistorius is severely traumatised after killing his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp and will become an increasing suicide risk unless he continues to receive mental health care, a court heard today.
Defence lawyer Barry Roux read excerpts from a psychologist's report at Pistorius' murder trial that said the athlete has depression and post-traumatic stress disorder
"His condition is likely to worsen" if professional treatment for those conditions is halted, he told the Pretoria court.
Pistorius denies murdering Steenkamp on Valentine's Day year, claiming he opened fire after mistakenly thinking there was an intruder in the bathroom.
Oscar Pistorius did not have a mental health problem when he killed his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp on Valentine's Day last year, his murder trial has heard.
Pistorius' trial resumed today after the Olympic and Paralympic athlete underwent a 30-day psychiatric evaluation, during which a panel of experts assessed his mental state at the time of the shooting and whether Pistorius was capable of understanding the wrongfulness of the act.
The evaluation came after a psychiatrist, Dr Merryll Vorster, testified for the defence that Pistorius had an anxiety disorder that could have contributed to the killing.
Pistorius denies murder and told the Pretoria court that he opened fire after mistakenly thinking there was an intruder in the bathroom.
ITV News Africa Correspondent Rohit Kachroo reports from Oscar Pistorius' murder trial:
Argument about whereabouts of electrical cord seen in pictures from Pistorius home. Defence wanted to see it. Appears to have gone missing
Judge looks unimpressed as Nel tries to explain how electric cord might have gone missing from the crime scene
This might raise further questions about the quality of the police investigation #PistoriusTrial
Reeva Steenkamp's mother June Steenkamp was in court today as the Oscar Pistorius murder trial resumed.
Pistorius, who denies murder, claims he shot the 29-year-old model by mistake through a toilet door at his house, thinking she was an intruder.
Oscar Pistorius' doctor has told the court the defendant would have difficulty firing a gun as the recoil would have an impact on his balance.
Dr Versfeld said, "If he is stretching out and he's having difficulty balancing, then the recoil would have an effect on him".
Pistorius denies murdering his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, saying he mistakenly believed she was an intruder when he shot her through the bathroom door.
Oscar Pistorius' murder trial has heard the athlete's "ability to ward off danger is impaired" when he is not wearing his prosthesis.
Dr Versfeld told the high court in Pretoria, "While I would expect that he could carry a cricket bat ... I don't believe that he would be able to strike anything with that cricket bat with any type of force ... because he would overbalance and fall down."
ITV News Africa Correspondent Rohit Kachroo reports:
Versfeld is supporting the defence account of a vulnerable man. He is standing at he witness stands - occasionally glancing at his notes
Oscar Pistorius has shown the court what mobility he has when he is not wearing his prosthesis.
ITV News Africa Correspondent Rohit Kachroo reports from the Pretoria court:
Judge and her assessors walk across the courtroom floor for closer inspection of demonstration, which will not be televised
Pistorius sitting on a chair next to his bathroom door - close to witness stand. Witness, judge and assessors huddled around defendant
Versfeld is kneeling in front of Pistorius explaining to the judge how his heel pads can slip. Judge and assessors now return to seats