Baltimore has reacted to the announcement by Baltimore's chief prosecutor that six police officers will face criminal charges over the death of Freddie Gray, a black man who died while in police custody last month
The avalanche on Mount Everest triggered by the Nepal earthquake highlights the risks that Sherpas take supporting climbers scaling the mountain.
A Mexican army helicopter is shot at in the western state of Jalisco, killing three soldiers, with a total of seven people killed in incidents across the state.
In systemic terms, one-party control is generally considered unhealthy and to many eyes the record of one-party government in Baltimore, measured in the usual societal metrics, demonstrates as much with crystalline clarity.
A popular narrow-gauge train service is relaunched in Damascus - in a reminder of better days in the war-torn Syrian capital.
The Obama administration reportedly has launched talks with Qatari officials about potentially extending security measures for the five Taliban leaders who were traded a year ago for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, with the agreement governing their supervised release soon set to expire.
Justin Rowlatt travels with an Indian Air Force rescue mission taking aid supplies to one of the most remote areas of Nepal cut off by the earthquake.
Alastair Cook scores his first Test century since May 2013 as England reach 240-7 on day one of the third Test against West Indies.
An ex-aide to New Jersey Governor Chris Christie pleads guilty to conspiracy over traffic chaos on the George Washington Bridge in 2013.
Criminal charges are brought against six police officers over the death of Freddie Gray, sparking celebrations on the streets of Baltimore.
Police say a device found in the Brompton Park area of north Belfast was a 'substantial viable bomb'.
England's Shaun Murphy leads Barry Hawkins 16-8 and needs one more frame to reach the World Championship final.
Gloucester resist a spirited Edinburgh comeback with 14 men to win the European Challenge Cup at Twickenham Stoop.
Britain's Jack Laugher and Chris Mears take World Series Diving silver as Tonia Couch and Sarah Barrow win bronze in London.
Celtic are one game away from being crowned league champions after an emphatic victory at home to Dundee.
The U.S. Navy accompanied four American-flagged ships and a British vessel moving through the Strait of Hormuz at the mouth of the Persian Gulf on Thursday, and officials said the U.S. will offer that aid to any other nation concerned about interference from Iranian vessels.
Two circus performers tie the knot while balanced on a high-wire 25m (80ft) in the air.
Ed Miliband urges voters not to "gamble" with the SNP, saying his opposition to the nationalist party is "principled" not "tactical".
The Chinese government publishes 21 pictures of scenic tourist spots where civil servants are banned from meeting.
England's Adil Rashid and Mark Wood return from the West Indies early and are in the squad for the ODI against Ireland.