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Ukranian pilot Nadia Savchenko's lawyer on his client's return and what it might mean for Ukraine; 11 states to sue over transgender toilet rights in the US; prominent campaigning Azeri journalist Khadija Ismayilova is free
Picture: Ukrainian military pilot Nadiya Savchenko is surrounded by media upon her arrival at Kyiv Boryspil Airport on May 25, 2016
Credit: Brendan Hoffman/Getty Images
Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko lands in Kiev after being freed by Russia; Taliban announces Hibatullah Akhundzada as their new leader; Film recreates Vincent van Gogh's paintings.
(Picture: Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko talks to the media in Kiev. Credit: Gleb Garanich / Reuters)
Iraqis start Fallujah offensive; Eritrea marks independence; Ancient forest threatened
(Photo: A member of the Iraqi pro-government forces fires a rocket-propelled grenade launcher during an operation east of Fallujah. Credit: AHMAD AL-RUBAYE/AFP/Getty Images)
Greece moves thousands of migrants from the Idomeni migrant camp near Macedonia; China uses pig cornea to help treat human blindness; smelly bats irk Aussie residents.
(Picture: An elderly woman waves as she is moved out of the Idomeni camp in Greece; Credit: Giannis Papanikos / AP)
Jableh and Tartous hit by multiple bombs; coping with losing a loved one in air crash; Austria gets a new president.
Picture: Men look at burnt Syrian pounds after explosions hit a bus station in the Syrian city of Jableh
Credit: REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki
Islamic State group claims attacks in President Assad's coastal heartland; Obama says lifting Vietnam weapons ban removes vestige of the Cold War; Film producer Rebecca O'Brien on winning in Cannes.
(Photo: Syrians gather at the scene of a bombing in the city of Tartous. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)