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  1. Police arrest a man in Utrecht after a shooting that left three people dead and five injured.
  2. The French government acts after businesses were vandalised on Paris's famed Champs-Élysées.
  3. Belgian bird Armando, who turns five this year, has retired from racing and is fathering chicks.
  4. Mozambique President Filipe Nyusi says he has seen bodies floating in flooded areas near Beira port.
  5. PM Jacinda Ardern says reforms will be detailed within days, after the mosque attacks that killed 50.
  6. One person has died and nearly 200 others are in hospital after being given a "super cereal" mix.
  7. Two people have died while residents in Nebraska and Iowa were forced to flee in historic flooding.
  8. Berlin public transport gives women 21% off fares to highlight the gender pay gap.
  9. New Zealand says airing footage of the mosque attacks at Turkish rallies endangers its citizens.
  10. Tributes pour in for the "King of Surf Rock", whose music featured in the classic film Pulp Fiction.
  11. Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo is charged with improper conduct by Uefa for a goal celebration in the win over Atletico Madrid in the last 16 of the Champions League.
  12. A Palestinian allegedly stabbed a soldier before stealing his rifle and shooting two other people.
  13. Drone footage shows the devastation caused by Cyclone Idai in Mozambique.
  14. Details of gun law reforms will come within days following the Christchurch shootings, Jacinda Ardern says.
  15. Schools across Christchurch perform the traditional Maori war dance to pay respects to those killed.
  16. Ghanaian Prince Gyasi takes stunning photos of Accra using only his phone.
  17. On the anniversary of Crimea's annexation, this is how the BBC discovered Russian troops were involved.
  18. A five-month-old boy is rescued by soldiers after Indonesia's Papua province is hit by flash floods.
  19. Among those offering support, church-goers are fundraising to help their Muslim neighbours.
  20. South Africa's Cyril Ramaphosa joined commuters on a train but ended up staying longer than planned.
  21. The social network has apologised for losing the data during a server migration.
  22. A university in China is rewarding physical exercise with food discounts in its campus canteen.
  23. Calls to boycott Surf Excel washing powder in India have been confused with Microsoft Excel.
  24. A much-criticised Dutch government building has warned staff over weak floors.
  25. The Palestinian territory has seen several days of rare protests against the militant group's rule.
  26. Few landing strips in the Amazon have been registered, so pilots have to file fake flight plans - making it hard to find them if they go missing.
  27. Homeland Security Secretary Nielsen is the face of a policy that provokes condemnation because of its impact on children.
  28. The Christchurch mosque attacks have stunned Muslims and non-Muslims alike, writes Jay Savage.
  29. Companies have slashed prices and thrown in freebies to attract users - but is this sustainable?
  30. After 20 years in power, Abdelaziz Bouteflika says he will stand down - but protesters are not satisfied.
  31. Angel Sanz Briz is honoured by Israel for rescuing Jews in WW2, but not well known in his native Spain.