Saturday, May 2, 2015
Prince William's wife Kate was admitted to hospital on Saturday in the early stages of labour with the couple's eagerly-awaited second child, Kensington Palace said.
Left-wing groups and trade unions are staging rallies across Europe, the Middle East and Asia on Friday to mark International Workers Day.
Munich opened a museum Thursday on the former site of the Nazi party headquarters, in a long-delayed reckoning with the German city's status as the "home of the movement."
A former top judge has accused the Canadian military of being "hostile" to women and gays, in a scathing report released Thursday that calls for broad changes in the ranks.
The United Nations warned fuel shortages threaten to halt all relief operations in Yemen "within days" as Saudi-led air strikes and ground fighting killed 47 people in second city Aden.
National Front founder Jean-Marie Le Pen cried out to Joan of Arc for help at the party's annual May Day march while bare-chested Femen activists used a bullhorn to drown out a speech by his daughter, the party president.
Baltimore's top prosecutor announced criminal charges Friday against all six officers suspended after a man suffered a fatal spinal injury in police custody, saying "no one is above the law."
A Colombian former intelligence chief was jailed for 14 years on Thursday for spying on judges, journalists and opposition figures in a high-profile case that stained the legacy of popular ex-president Alvaro Uribe.
A feisty audience grilled Britain's political leaders on Thursday over what deals and compromises could be in store after an election expected to produce a hung parliament next week.
The Sun newspaper on Thursday urged readers to vote for the Conservative party of British Prime Minister David Cameron in next week's election but its Scottish edition backed rival nationalists.