In Ukraine over 40 people died when the trade union building burned down in Odessa three years ago. Most of those killed were pro-Russian activists who were sheltering inside.
A shooting and a fire in the capital city, Managua, have left eight people dead. The deaths come hours after President Daniel Ortega and protesters agreed to a ceasefire after two months of violence and political unrest.
International investigators have said detailed analysis of video images showed the missile used to down the Malaysian flight came from a Russian military unit. Russia has always denied involvement in the incident.
Eastern Ukraine has experienced what's seen as its worst surge in violence so far this year. Both Kyiv and separatist factions blamed each other for killing civilians and soldiers.
A student has died and dozens more were injured after gunmen stormed a university campus occupied as part of anti-government protests. Students have played a key role in demonstrations against President Daniel Ortega.
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