Brussels schoolchildren were also caught up in the fear that gripped the Belgian capital after terrorists attacked the city's airport and a metro station. A primary school teacher grappled with how to explain what was happening.
Following what prosecutors called a "terror attack" at Brussels' main train station, Belgian officials have said they identified the man allegedly responsible for the explosion. The suspect was the only casualty.
Eighteen children and two teachers have died after a minibus collided with a truck on a road outside of the South African city of Pretoria. Many of the students were trapped inside as fire engulfed the vehicle.
Armed forces will be deployed to key locations across Britain following a deadly terrorist attack claimed by "Islamic State." Prime Minister Theresa May has warned that further attacks could be imminent.
A year after the Brexit referendum, Britons are frustrated at the lack of progress and certainty. And the strict two-year timetable imposed under Article 50 means that the clock is ticking.
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