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The first deliveries of food aid since 2012 reach the besieged Damascus suburb of Darayya.
Belgian police arrest another suspect in relation to the attacks on the Brussels metro system and international airport on 22 March.
A man extradited to Italy accused of being a top people-smuggler tells police his arrest was a case of mistaken identity.
A Chinese woman frees hundreds of snakes to improve her karma, but local villagers are outraged
A BBC investigation finds migrants, some of them teenagers, resorting to prostitution in the Greek capital Athens.
Poet Benjamin Zephaniah reads his tribute to Muhammad Ali as the former three-time world heavyweight champion is buried on Friday.
French President Francois Hollande warns against attempts to disrupt Euro 2016 with strike action, as the football tournament prepares for its opening match.
More than a million people sign a petition calling for the judge in the controversial Stanford University sexual assault case to be sacked.
A court in the Indian capital, Delhi, sentences five men to life imprisonment for the 2014 gang rape of a Danish woman.
US President Barack Obama officially endorses Hillary Clinton as Democratic Party presidential nominee.
A pig and kangaroo kept in captivity in northern Australia appear to have formed a rather close physical bond.
A car manual which refers to women as "co-pilots" and men as "alpha males" has been withdrawn by Fiat Argentina after complaints.
Security forces in Kazakhstan say they have killed five suspects linked to attacks on Sunday in the north-western city of Aktobe.