Shana Fisher endured "months of problems" over the suspected killer's advances, her mother says.
The military declares the capital "secure" after clearing a small enclave held by IS militants.
As President Maduro is re-elected, BBC News takes a closer look at the crisis rocking Venezuela.
Kelly Clarkson, Janet Jackson and Luis Fonsi discussed some serious issues.
Trying to avoid peak holiday time could mean fines for some Bavarian parents.
At least 11 die and 800 fall ill after eating the deadly fungi in the west of the country.
China has launched a relay satellite to prepare for a Moon rover mission planned for later in the year.
The hazardous plumes form as molten rock from the erupting Kilauea volcano hits the Pacific Ocean.
Nobukazu Kuriki had lost all but one finger due to frostbite in a previous climb.
An asteroid from beyond our Solar System has been orbiting near Jupiter for billions of years, scientists say.
Some 4,000 vaccines will be used to try to stop an outbreak that has killed at least 25 people.
A French student union leader was accused by ministers of using her headscarf for political gain.
Mark Zuckerberg agrees to allow his session with European politicians to be broadcast on the web.
Almost 200 more are in the process of claiming asylum after this year's Commonwealth Games.
A man in Ohio is saved by officers when an escaped swine follows him home.
President Nicolás Maduro secures a new term in an election marred by claims of vote rigging.
BBC correspondent Chris Buckler explains what happens when lava flow meets the sea.
There's a warning that cocoa plantations in Ghana are being turned into illegal gold mines.
"Women will no longer be controlled or abused," says the star as she accepts the Billboard Icon award.
Nipah is "top of the list" of 10 priority diseases the WHO has identified for the next major outbreak.
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