Evening Top 5: EgyptAir debris pics released; a strange Belgian brotherhood; and fighting in Hampden Park

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The first images have emerged of the debris from the EgyptAir jet crash

Pictures have been posted online showing debris from the EgyptAir jet that came down in the Mediterranean on Thursday.

The images show items from the stricken plane, including a child's life jacket and what appears to be part of a seat.

 

Brussels bomber's brother will compete for Belgium in the Olympics

The brother of one of the Brussels suicide bombers is set to compete at the Rio Olympics.

Mourad Laachraoui won gold at the European Taekwondo Championships and has been chosen by to represent his Belgium at the Olympic Games in Brazil.

His older brother Najim, was one of two suicide bombers who blew himself up at Brussels Airport in March, part of attacks that killed 32 people in the city.

 

Violence has broken out at the Scottish Cup Final

A pitch invasion and disorder between fans marred the end of the Scottish Cup final, as hundreds of Hibernian supporters streamed onto the pitch to celebrate their team's victory.

Fighting broke out between Rangers and Hibs supporters at Hampden Park as Hibs ended a 114-year wait to win the trophy.

Police horses had to be brought on to restore order as police and stewards struggled to cope.

Vladimir Putin and the Russian state are being sued by families of those who died on Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 when it was shot down over Russian-occupied Ukraine.

Australian law firm LHD Lawyers co-associate Jerry Skinner, who also represented the Lockerbie bombing families, has filed a compensation claim in the European Court of Human Rights.

The legal action seeks €13m ($10m) in compensation per passenger, Australian media reported.

The suit, filed on 9 May, names the Russian Federation and Mr Putin as respondents.

 

WATCH: Woman who laughed at Chewbacca mask gets free 'Star Wars' merchandise

A US department store has sent a woman Chewbacca masks for her whole family, after a video of her laughing became an internet sensation.

Candace Payne is seen - and heard - in the Facebook video rejoicing over a mask that makes noises when she opens her mouth. The video, shared on Thursday, has reached almost 90 million views.