While You Were Sleeping: 5 stories you might have missed, June 19 edition

Belgium charges three men with terror offences after overnight raids

Belgian prosecutors charged three men with terrorism offences following overnight raids that took place amid heightened security in Belgium and France due to the Euro 2016 soccer tournament.

Three months after Islamist bombers killed 32 people in Brussels, police searched dozens of houses across the country and arrested 12 people the night before Belgium’s Euro 2016 game against Ireland.

Nine of them were released after questioning but three Belgian nationals were charged with “having attempted to commit a terrorist murder and for participation in the activities of a terrorist group".


Chelsea Clinton gives birth to second child

Chelsea Clinton, daughter of US Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and former President Bill Clinton, announced the birth of her second child with husband Marc Mezvinsky.

Aidan Clinton Mezvinsky was born on Saturday to Clinton and her investment banker husband, according to a statement released by the proud grandparents.

“We are all over the moon as Chelsea and Marc welcome Charlotte’s little brother to the world and grateful for our many blessings,” Hillary and Bill Clinton said in the statement. “Chelsea and Aidan are both doing well and enjoying this very special time together.”


Man charged with rape after being given 'gift' of US teen

A Pennsylvania man has been charged with raping a teen with whom he fathered two children, after receiving the girl four years ago as a "gift" from her parents, US news reports said.

Lee Kaplan, 51, was arrested on various charges including statutory sexual assault and corruption of a minor, the Philadelphia Inquirer newspaper and other media reported.

The girl's parents gave the then 14 year old to Kaplan in gratitude "for helping (the) family out of financial ruin," according to criminal complaints.


Euro 2016: Ronaldo misses penalty as Portugal held by Austria

Cristiano Ronaldo missed a second-half penalty as Portugal stumbled to a second straight draw at Euro 2016 after a frustrating 0-0 stalemate against Group F rivals Austria in Paris.

Ronaldo set a new Portuguese record with his 128th international cap, surpassing the mark previously shared with Luis Figo, but the occasion will be better remembered for the Real Madrid superstar hitting the post with a 79th-minute penalty.

Hungary, who salvaged a point in a 1-1 draw with Iceland, are the surprise group leaders with a game to play, while Austria must win their final match to avoid exiting prematurely.


Euro 2016: Late own goal denies Iceland historic win

Iceland were within two minutes of their first victory at a major tournament when defender Birkir Saevarsson’s late own goal earned Hungary a battling 1-1 draw at Euro 2016.

Gylfi Sigurdsson’s nerveless penalty just before halftime had looked set to lift Iceland top of the Group F standings but Saevarsson turned in a cross by Hungarian substitute Nemanja Nikolic two minutes from the end of a match short on quality.

Hungarian fans and police forces briefly scuffled in the stands before kickoff.