The student was brutally murdered by a mob at a university campus in northern Pakistan, police say.
Mother Zhanna Tsirikhova lost her daughter Liza, 7, in the 2004 Beslan school siege.
Children are among those missing after the boat sank near the capital, Libya's coastguard says.
Two bullets miss a four-year-old girl sitting in an Arizona barbershop by inches.
Millions of dollars worth of cash are discovered in a flat in Lagos, Nigeria.
One of Russia's richest men, Alisher Usmanov, is suing opposition leader Alexei Navalny.
The 10-year sentence shows how the government is using terror laws to silence critics, Amnesty says.
The 13 issues included broken fridges which meant that meat and fish were kept at unsafe temperatures.
The passenger's daughter said "what happened to my dad should never happen to any human being".
Maria Borges says it is an honour to be the first African on the front of the magazine in 20 years.
Celebrations will be limited to prayers mourning the victims of last weekend's twin bombings.
Diver Keith Brock and his wife capture a rare close-up video of the shark off the east coast of the United States.
A storm forecast to be the worst in decades leaves floods, power cuts and downed trees in its wake.
An artist took extreme measures to preserve a former home of the American civil rights pioneer.
Public changed Whopper burger page to say it was "worst hamburger product" and contained "cyanide".
In an interview filmed by the Syrian presidency, Bashar-al Assad says gas attack claims are "100% fabricated".
From China to the Federal Reserve, the US president flip-flops, hinting at a more pragmatic style.
Tip-off about woman in "dirty clothes" taking bags in and out of flat led to raid, officials say.
Officials did not protect hostages during a siege in which 330 died in 2004, a European court says.
Soldiers vacate their barracks for a tented camp in order to give visiting NATO allies a roof over their heads.
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