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Aneta Gadieva was held hostage in the Beslan school siege in 2004 with her baby and nine-year-old daughter. But she could only save one of them.
Two former Guatemalan ministers are arrested accused of using public money to buy a helicopter for disgraced ex-President Otto Perez Molina.
Sarah Dell is one of the 10,000 charity workers invited to the Queen's birthday celebration picnic in London on Sunday.
England fans are embroiled in fresh clashes with police and other fans in Marseille, with one Briton seriously injured ahead of England's opening match of Euro 2016.
The French national airline, Air France, asks passengers to check their flight status before travelling, as a pilots' strike coinciding with Euro 2016 causes it to cancel flights.
Bangladesh's Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina vows to bring an end to a wave of targeted killings of minorities and secular citizens across the country.
An Italian newspaper has come under fire for offering free copies of Adolf Hitler's Mein Kampf with one of its paid supplements.
The man suspected of killing US singer Christina Grimmie did not appear to know her and travelled to Orlando specifically to attack her, according to police.
A Dutch woman is being detained in Qatar on suspicion of adultery, after she told police she had been raped, her lawyer and the Dutch embassy says.
Ten-man Albania are denied an historic draw as Switzerland win their Euro 2016 opener thanks to Fabian Schar's header.
A luxury apartment has been built on the first level of the Eiffel Tower for fans looking for a novel way to enjoy Euro 2016.
Presenting their manifesto in an Ikea-style catalogue proves Spain's newest party Podemos knows how to grab young voters' attention, says Prof Manuel Arias-Maldonado.
A test for students in South Korea and Hong Kong hoping to study at US colleges is halted after "credible evidence" it was leaked in advance.
Bomb attacks hit a Damascus suburb which is the site of Syria's holiest Shia shrine, killing at least 12 people, state media reports.
Britain's EU referendum could lead to the break-up of the European Union itself, Sweden's foreign minister tells the BBC.
A Scottish farmer has opened Europe's largest urban farm in an abandoned factory in the Netherlands.
Libyan forces say they have recaptured the port in the city of Sirte, after fierce fighting with militants from so-called Islamic State.
Singer Christina Grimmie, who had competed on the US TV programme The Voice, is shot dead by a male attacker after a concert in Orlando.
A rancher in the US state of Oregon uses his lassoing skills to nab a man who was trying to steal a bicycle, police say.