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About 50,000 civilians are trapped in the makeshift camp, and have not received aid since January.
The Nato-led mission in Afghanistan believes the assailant was a member of the Afghan armed forces.
Gafur Rakhimov, described by the US Treasury as "one of Uzbekistan's leading criminals", is elected president of amateur boxing's governing body.
Édouard Philippe is only the second French leader to visit the site of the key Dien Bien Phu battle.
Hundreds gather for funerals after gunmen opened fire on a bus carrying a group of Coptic Christians.
Ceremonies start in Bangkok for Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, who was killed in a helicopter crash.
French police say the 72-year-old Parisian stole hundreds of toys to sell them on the internet.
Thousands of Central Americans heading for the US-Mexico border have their transport hopes dashed.
Saif Mulook left for Europe days after getting Christian Asia Bibi acquitted of blasphemy.