Magdy Rezk survived the gun and bomb attack in north Egypt which killed more than 300 people.
Police are investigating claims children were pricked with needles, fed pills and stripped naked.
Scores of people, including protesters and law enforcement, have been injured as Pakistani authorities tried to end a 2-week long protest. CNN's Sophia Saifi has more.
A devastating gun and bomb attack on a mosque in the Sinai peninsula killed 300 people.
Four United Nations peacekeepers and a Malian soldier died in two separate attacks.
It broke out at a 22-storey hotel and casino in the Black Sea city of Batumi.
The Revillagigedo Archipelago is named a marine reserve, protecting hundreds of ocean species.
As a young priest, the Rev. Fidelis Mukonori collected evidence of atrocities during Zimbabwe's brutal civil war. The reports filtered to Robert Mugabe, then a leading figure in the liberation struggles.
Mongolia's domestic violence victims struggle for support amid austerity and arctic temperatures.
With security the top issue in the elections, BBC news takes a closer look at the candidates.
The rock group look back at the 30th anniversary of their breakthrough album, Kick.
As Zimbabweans usher in a new era, author Petina Gappah considers the long shadow ex-president Robert Mugabe has cast over her life.
In the aftermath of the bomb attack on a Sinai mosque, fake photos have been shared on social media.
China's biggest social media company is developing new apps which use artificial intelligence.
Alexander Litvinenko died in a London hospital after he was poisoned with Polonium 210.
In his first interview since Zimbabwe's apparent coup and peaceful transfer of power, Rev. Fidelis Mukonori describes how former President Robert Mugabe was persuaded to step down.
The US confirms making "adjustments" to support for Syrian groups, but does not name the YPG militia.
Demonstrations were held across the country as a lack of rainfall threatens its agriculture.
Canadian PM Justin Trudeau issues an apology to aboriginal children removed from their families.
A group of women politicians in Iceland has gone public with harassment accounts.