Evening top 5: Russia handed suspended disqualification from Euro 2016; Orlando survivor speaks out

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France police killer had 'hit list' of targets

French police say the knifeman who killed a senior policeman and his partner had a hit list of high-profile targets.

Prosecutor Francois Molins told a news conference that killer Larossi Abballa had a list containing the names of police, politicians, journalists, rappers and other public figures.

UEFA hand Russia a suspended disqualification from Euro 2016

Picture by: Thanassis Stavrakis / AP/Press Association Images

Russia has been handed a suspended disqualification from Euro 2016 over crowd disturbances at the game against England in Marseille.

UEFA announced its decision as a group of Russian football fans faced being thrown out of France - and Go-Pro footage appeared to demonstrate that attacks on English supporters in Marseille before the match were well-planned.

"I look over and he shoots the girl next to me" - Orlando survivor speaks out

Six people are still in intensive care after the Orlando shooting - as one victim said he escaped death when the killer aimed at his head but hit his hand.

Medics described how they saw the "full gamete of wounds" after Sunday's attack that left 49 dead - injuries to the extremities, the abdomen and large soft tissue wounds.

One victim - appearing alongside doctors at Orlando Regional Medical Centre - said he was shot in the leg and trampled on when people fled as the massacre began.

WATCH: Gay choirs around the world pay tribute to Orlando in song

London's Gay Men's Choir singing 'Bridge over Troubled Water' surrounded by thousands of supporters [YouTube]

In a moving tribute to the 49 dead victims killed in Orlando’s Pulse nightclub early in the morning on Sunday, the Orlando Gay Chorus sang versions of the songs True Colors and You’ll Never Walk Alone at a prayer service in the Florida city on Sunday, part of a growing trend of LBGTQ choral groups singing around the world.

Former Limerick striker left the club after "getting wages from the burger van"

Last March, Jordan Moore spoke about the "new adventure" he was preparing for with Limerick FC.

The Scottish footballer had twice come back from battling skin cancer, and was preparing to re-start his career with the First Division high-flyers. Sadly the adventure was short lived.