Naima-Ben Moussa, who offers her services for free, believes more needs to be done to support victims.
Navy veteran David reaches out to other survivors of an event that killed 12 crew members.
When Paul Harvey's piano playing went viral, it inspired a donation of £1 million to charity.
What happens when vaccines are slow to arrive - and what it means for ending lockdowns.
Pictures of destruction in Gaza and Israel feature on the front pages of several papers.
The former prime minister will be asked about his messages to ministers on behalf of the finance firm.
Under the plans judges could treat offenders caught in stings the same as those who harm real children.
The EPA says for the first time that climate change is being driven at least in part by humans.
China has targeted Muslim religious leaders, according to a new report, charging many with extremism.
Researchers are still analysing whether injecting two different vaccines leads to better protection.
The initial decision made by Tesla in March to accept bitcoin caused an outcry from environmentalists.
At 170m long, "Florence" is the largest ever tunnelling machine to be used on a UK rail project.
Hugely disappointing results mean ovarian-cancer screening remains more than a decade away.
One in four hospitals sees long waits balloon, as NHS warned backlog will take years to tackle.
The BBC's Ros Atkins looks at the reasons behind the increased hostilities in the region.
How did a cyber attack lead to a shortage of petrol in the US?
The Arthur Beale store, which sells specialist marine supplies, says the pandemic has forced its closure.
Actress Ruthie Henshall pays tribute to her mother Gloria, who died in a care home on Tuesday.
Portugal is set to host the Champions League final after Uefa failed to receive the guarantees of exemptions it wants if it is to move the game to Wembley.
Police say the girl was sexually exploited in West Yorkshire between 2003 and 2010.
Kim Leadbeater announces her intention to stand for election in Jo Cox's former constituency.
After being removed, Liz Cheney said she would continue to speak out against former President Trump.
The online travel agent won't be selling summer holidays due to Covid uncertainty.
On Tuesday, an inquest found that 10 people shot in west Belfast in 1971 were innocent.
Palestinian militants fire a barrage of rockets after some of their commanders die in air strikes.