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Tuesday, 5th May 2015

World News

U.S. targets 4 ISIS leaders, offers $20 million in rewards (CBS News)

Manny Pacquiao may face discipline for not disclosing injury (CBS News)

EPA plan for Montana asbestos town may leave some there (CBS News)

Royal baby memorabilia hits the shelves in honour of Kate Middleton and Prince William's daughter Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana (Daily Mail)

The Twittersphere welcomes Princess Charlotte: Heatmap reveals how news of the #RoyalBaby spread across the globe (Daily Mail)

Nick Clegg warns there will be ANOTHER election 'before Christmas' (Daily Mail)

Bath couple who gave up trying for baby after failed IVF conceive naturally (Daily Mail)

Baltimore police commissioner's brutal admission (CNN)

U.S. investigates claim Islamic State behind Texas attack (Reuters)

Jade Helm: The Conspiracy Theory Thats Divided Texas Politicians (Newsweek Magazine)

ISIS role 'more than just inspiration' (CNN)

How hero police officer stopped attackers with assault rifles (CNN)

Mindy Kaling Reveals Cover for Second Book Why Not Me? (Time Magazine)

EU to investigate claims McDonald's avoided $1bn in tax (Guardian)

Kate Middleton's baby shop JoJo Maman Bebe orders parents to take dirty nappies home (Daily Mail)

Macedonian protesters demand resignation of cabinet, clash with police (Reuters)

ISIS Claims Responsibility for Garland, Texas Muhammad Cartoon Contest Shooting from Syria (Newsweek Magazine)

Mass. police arrest son in connection with parents' deaths in US Virgin Islands (Fox News)

Ex-IRA man linked to 2005 murder shot dead in Belfast (CBS News)

Did ISIS Really Mastermind Texas Shooting? Experts Doubtful (Time Magazine)

Woman Slashed Face of Boyfriend's Dead Ex, Police Say (NBC News)

Police in US Virgin Islands say Massachusetts man is primary suspect in killing of parents (Fox News)

House of Fraser now stocking range of sports hijabs for Muslim women (Daily Mail)

War veteran Edwin Mee found guilty of sexually abusing women (Daily Mail)

Photos of the Day: May 5 (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Real reeling from Juventus attack (CNN)

VIDEO: Queen visits new royal princess (BBC)

Kate Middleton's Princess Charlotte's future face predicted by forensic artist (Daily Mail)

Colorado police caught on video taking black man to the ground without giving reason (Independent)

Islamic State Claims Responsibility for Texas Attack (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Llanelli teen's 14-a-day chewing gum habit may have killed her (Daily Mail)

White House: it's too early to tell if Texas gunmen were linked to Isis video (Guardian)

Nick Clegg tells Susanna Reid to 'get a life' over Royal Baby question (Daily Mail)

Hezbollah says will attack Nusra Front inside Syria (Reuters)

Ukip Suspends General Election 2015 Candidate For Racial Abuse And Threats To Shoot Rival (Huffington Post)

Samsung's superhero smartphone: Galaxy S6 Iron Man edition set to blast into shops (Daily Star)

We can't help you - you'd better build a panic room, police tell farmer stalked by pervert for nine years (Daily Mail)

Iraq rushes reinforcements to key refinery amid clashes with ISIS (CBS News)

James Holmes, Colorado theater shooter, asked police if children were hurt (Daily Mail)

Viral video of California police kicking man during arrest sparks internal investigation (Russia Today)

Miliband disputes borrowing claims (BBC)

Japanese hotel introduces crying rooms' for women (Russia Today)

For Muslim Leaders, Texas Attack Means Another Public Apology for Events They Dont Control (Newsweek Magazine)

EU, Iran nuclear officials to talk May 12, six powers to resume May 15 (Reuters)

General Election 2015's Final Ashcroft Poll Shows It's Close Between Conservatives And Labour (Huffington Post)

#PeopleNOTpolls: RT asks what matters most to British voters (VIDEO) (Russia Today)

Macedonia: Opposition leader accuses premier of attempting to cover up police killing (Fox News)

Irish nanny charged with 2013 murder of baby in Massachusetts freed on bail (Guardian)

Ohio man on lam since 1959 caught in Florida (CBS News)

Pakistan gives last-minute stay of execution to man who claims he only confessed to murder after interrogators tore out his fingernails (Daily Mail)

Former School 'Heartthrob' Was Texas Shooting Suspect (NBC News)

Junaid Hussain 'groomed' Texas Muhammad cartoon gunmen for ISIS (Daily Mail)

Why Mike Huckabee Is a Long Shot in GOP Primary (NBC News)

UKIP man sorry over 'appalling' slurs (BBC)

US man caught 50 years after escape (BBC)

Kate Middleton's royal baby Princess Charlotte visited by The Queen (Daily Mail)

Gordon Brown Makes Emotional Speech Urging Voters To Choose Labour Over SNP In General Election 2015 (Huffington Post)

Omar Khadr: Court to decide whether man who was youngest prisoner in Guantanamo Bay should be released (Independent)

Texas shooting suspect known to FBI since 2006 (Russia Today)

Yemeni rebels attack Saudi border town (Washington Post - Paywall)

Nazca Lines Mystery geoglyphs may have two different cultures imprints (Daily Mail)

Spreading Terror 'At No Cost': Has ISIS Attacked America? (NBC News)

Seven killed during suspected separatist attack on Mali town (Reuters)

Surrogate mother carried baby for wealthy gay couple and planned to keep it (Daily Mail)

May the furs be with you (CBS News)

Teenager is found to have an entire TOOTH embedded in his hand after punching his brother in the face - and claims he had no idea it was there (Daily Mail)

Flying over the apocalypse: Astonishing drone footage reveals the sheer scale of destruction in the Syrian town of Kobane after it was stormed by ISIS and pounded by months of coalition air strikes (Daily Mail)

U.S. woman correctly predicted full name of the new royal baby, but TWO YEARS ago (Daily Mail)

Brooklyn man Robert Reynolds looks just like Vincent Van Gogh (Daily Mail)

11 un-boring things we've learned from 'boring' election (CNN)

Ukraine oligarch claims US extradition request is political interference (Guardian)

Use Data, Not Nepotism, to Deliver Aid in Nepal (Time Magazine)

Opinion: Why we need right to mock (CNN)

ISIS praises Texas attackers (CNN)

General election 2015: How UK would resolve hung parliament (Russia Today)

Princess Charlotte Meets Queen As Prince William Registers New Royal Baby's Birth (Huffington Post)

Suspected Texas Gunmen Called 'Martyrs of Islam' (NBC News)

"Impossible" to find all dead in crushed Nepal village (CBS News)

Facebook launches 'I'm a voter' button for UK General Election voters (Daily Mail)

Here are 5 Surprising Jobs You Can Get With the U.K. Royal Family (Time Magazine)

Have police departments across the US declared war on black people? (Russia Today)

Queen meets Princess Charlotte (BBC)

WorldViews: 11 weird memes that help explain the British election (Washington Post - Paywall)

Can a second-placed party in an election 'legitimately' call the shots? (Guardian)

Yemen talks May 17 could bolster anti-Houthi alliance (Reuters)

US navy starts escorting British cargo ships through Strait of Hormuz off Iran's coast (Russia Today)

These May Be the Most Absurd Apple Watch Accessories Yet (Time Magazine)

Islamic State: British 'musketeers' appeal for public funding to fight terrorists (Daily Express)

Northern Ireland Unionists Hope for Power Gain in British Election (New York Times - Paywall)

Princess Charlotte Meets Her Great-Grandmother the Queen (Time Magazine)

Thai police find second human trafficking camp (CNN)

Eye Opener at 8: Baltimore crowd gathers in tense situation with police (CBS News)

Rotherham child sex abuse warning to police and council 12 years ago ignored (Daily Mail)

Meaning behind Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Dianas name (CBS News)

David Cameron Photobombed By Ukip Supporter On General Election 2015 Campaign Trail (Huffington Post)

Labour in sexism row after men and women are segregated at party rally as critics accuse them of 'selling values for votes' (Daily Mail)

Ayaan Hirsi Ali: Jihad Comes to Texas (Time Magazine)

France passes new surveillance law in wake of Charlie Hebdo attack (Guardian)

High school in Texas with no sex education policy is dealing with chlamydia outbreak (Independent)

Election 2015 in pictures: 5 May (BBC)

EU army may be done deal' that will destroy UK security' UKIP MEP (Russia Today)

Why Americans should care (CNN)

Jagger and Knight record Nepal track (BBC)

Four British men arrested for bomb threat after arriving late for Thomas Cook flight (Daily Mail)

Family of British backpacker missing after Nepal earthquake tell of agonising wait (Daily Mail)

Labour election chief admits Miliband could break pledges despite carving them in stone (Daily Express)

This Morning from CBS News, May 5, 2015 (CBS News)

Charlotte gets a VERY special visitor as Kate and William register birth of the Princess (Daily Express)

Princess Charlotte gets birth certificate (CNN)

Numbers of Nepal earthquake victims from abroad still unknown (Guardian)

This Is Why the Met Gala is the Perfect Celebrity Event (Time Magazine)

Is this Jesus Christ as a child? Italian police reverse ageing on Turin Shroud image (Daily Mail)

Overweight diabetes patients outlive slimmer ones , study claims (Daily Mail)

ISIS takes credit for Texas shooting (CBS News)

ISIS takes responsibility for Texas shooting (CBS News)

Texas shooting suspect caught FBIs attention nearly a decade ago (CBS News)

Eye Opener: ISIS takes credit for Texas attack (CBS News)

He Won't Win, So Why Is Bernie Sanders Running? (Newsweek Magazine)

The women saying no to breast cancer screening: As evidence rises that many are harmed by unnecessary treatment, why more women are refusing checks (Daily Mail)

Isis in Syria: US Army claims air strikes kill 50 fighters but monitors say only civilians dead (Independent)

Martin and Brown Attorney: Baltimore Prosecutor Shows Police Are Not Above the Law (Time Magazine)

Liberation from ISIS comes at a cost (CNN)

ann Sam Cam, Justine Miliband and Miriam Clegg win election for their husbands? (Daily Mail)

Django actress to apologise to police (BBC)

Russian official reports electoral fraud in election near Moscow, gets beaten so badly his spleen ruptures (Independent)

IS claims US Prophet cartoon attack (BBC)

Why Does Carly Fiorina Think She Can Be President? (Newsweek Magazine)

See the Birth Certificate for Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana (Time Magazine)

Election 2015: Party leader's funniest campaign photo fails (Daily Star)

Macedonia: Opposition leader accuses PM of attempting to cover up police killing (Fox News)

BBC Radio 2's Chris Evans hits out at British Airways after being denied seat (Daily Mail)

Dying man buys his last round: He leaves £3,500 for mates to blow on a boozy weekend (Daily Express)

Nicola Sturgeon, Not Running in British Election, May Yet Prevail (New York Times - Paywall)

Brazilian prosecutors consider investigation into Lula lobbying claims (Guardian)

Barbara Tatge seeking man she kissed at Boston marathon hears from his wife (Daily Mail)

Why Exercising Is a Higher Priority Than My Career (Time Magazine)

A British govt devoid of Scottish MPs holds no legitimacy' - Sturgeon (Russia Today)

Bad weather disrupts links with avalanche-hit Nepal village (Reuters)

US pizza delivery man still manages to deliver pizza despite being stabbed in the back (Independent)

Powerful gorillas in Rwanda shower their 12-day-old baby with love (Daily Mail)

Fight may not be only thing Manny Pacquiao just lost (CBS News)

Texas attack: Garland Muslims caught between two 'outsider' groups (Guardian)

ISIS claims responsibility for Texas attack (CBS News)

French authorities investigate town that claims to count its Muslim schoolchildren (Fox News)

Ed Miliband could grab power even if he loses the election (Daily Mail)

Texas gunman was 'not a violent person', says mother video (Guardian)

1 Spaniard confirmed dead in Nepal earthquake, 8 still missing, Foreign Ministry says (Fox News)

Nick Clegg Predicts A Second General Election Before Christmas If Lib Dems Shut Out Of Power (Huffington Post)

Credit card bills CAN trigger a heart attack and financial stress doubles risk (Daily Mail)

Texas seems on verge of banning fracking bans (CBS News)

'Syria-bound' British family held in Turkey to be deported to Moldova (Guardian)

British man blagged way to Mayweather v Pacquiao fight after posing as Leo DiCaprio pal (Daily Express)

Can I have a kiss? One cheeky performer's royal request to the Duchess of Cornwall (Daily Express)

Drone shows town trying to recover after ISIS siege (CNN)

Man leaves holiday cash in will (BBC)

Why I'm a fan of the flawed Mayweather (CNN)

Red Tories out Murphy flees Glasgow election rally after protests turn ugly' (Russia Today)

Nepal quake survivors face threat from human traffickers supplying sex trade (Guardian)

VIDEO: Man throws things into other things way better than you do & the internet loves him (Daily Star)

Chuck Norris: Texas Ranger warns of potential US government plot to take over Lone Star State (Independent)

New royal princess is called... (CNN)

Man jailed after firearm siege (BBC)

Princess sent gifts from across globe (BBC)

Leisure centre's pink tribute to Princess Charlotte shelved over claims it's SEXIST (Daily Express)

EU competition watchdog examining trade union claims of McDonald's tax irregularities (Fox News)

Bronx man escapes unscathed after NYC subway explosion showers him in sparks (Daily Mail)

ISIS Claims Responsibility for Garland Attack (NBC News)

'Stop raping and torturing women for entertainment' Midwife actress slams TV writers (Daily Star)

Why I've Never Let the Things I Can't Change Spoil My Life (Huffington Post)

Isis claims Texas attack (Financial Times - Paywall)

May Day protests: readers' pictures from around the world (Guardian)

Woman's horror injuries after man became obsessed with her... after just THREE DATES (Daily Express)

The hyperrealistic paintings of women that see skin turned to canvas as their bodies are turned to works of art (Daily Mail)

Volcanoes may cause drastic temperature changes on distant super-Earth (Russia Today)

Donald Trump lambasts 'disgusting' Pam Geller for baiting Muslims with 'draw the prophet' contest in Texas (Independent)

Syrian factory worker describes 'hell' of Aleppo barrel bomb attack in shocking new report (Daily Mail)

Morning Must Reads: May 5 (Time Magazine)

How Running Is Helping Homeless Women Rediscover Their Confidence - And Politicians Should Take Note (Huffington Post)

ISIS officially claims responsibility for Texas attack through Al Bayan radio station (Daily Mail)

Thai Police Find Two More Camps Used for Trafficking (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

The wonder foods: It's a discovery that may rank alongside vitamins - food compounds that turbo-charge weight loss, boost memory and even help combat cancer (Daily Mail)

Royal fans at fever pitch with The Queen set to meet Princess Charlotte (Daily Star)

Lost Amazon Mascho Piro tribe investigated after killing man with an arrow in his chest (Daily Mail)

Someone Actually Called Princess Charlotte's Name in 2013 (Time Magazine)

ISIS Claims Responsibility for Attack at Texas Event Showing Muhammad Cartoons (New York Times - Paywall)

Can't sleep? 4-7-8 breathing technique claims to help you nod off in 60 SECONDS (Daily Mail)

Boston Marathon runner's search for mystery man she kissed ends with letter from his wife (Independent)

Eyewitness: Bhaktapur, Nepal (Guardian)

Nepal earthquake: a nation in mourning (Channel4)

After Nepal Quake, Faithful Seek Solace (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Isis claims responsibility for Texas attack (Guardian)

Inside Texas terror suspects apartment as it's revealed they boasted to ISIS (Daily Mail)

$360bn foreign investment flees UK over election fears, Russian sanctions (Russia Today)

California man Elvis Summers builds tiny home on wheels for homeless grandmother (Independent)

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: DIY abortion videos show women jumping in front of cars (Daily Star)

Man shot to death in IRA power base in Belfast; 1st fatal shooting in Northern Ireland in year (Fox News)

Mexico Monarchy? Here's Why We Celebrate Cinco de Mayo (NBC News)

Royal Baby Named Charlotte Elizabeth Diana: 9 Amazing Women Past And Present Named Charlotte (Huffington Post)

Former IRA man shot dead in Belfast (BBC)

General Election Poll Shows Nick Clegg Will Have The Tories To Thank If He Holds Sheffield Hallam (Huffington Post)

EastEnders' Spoiler: Mick Carter To Find Out Whether He's The Father Of Linda's Baby (PICS) (Huffington Post)

Man jailed for 'hit-and-run' killing (BBC)

Police force were 'warned about child sex abuse a DECADE ago but ignored it' (Daily Star)

ISIS Claims Responsibility for Muhammad Cartoon Contest' Shooting (Time Magazine)

ISIS claim responsibility for shooting at Texas Muhammad cartoon contest (Fox News)

Rotherham And Sheffield Sex Abuse Suspects Names Were Given To Police Back In 2003, New Reports Reveal (Huffington Post)

Father of teenage boy who terrified passengers dressed as a menacing clown CONFISCATES his clown mask - and mum and dad may 'ground him until he's 30' (Daily Mail)

Start your engines: UK hopefuls burn rubber in final push before Thursday's election (Fox News)

Garland shooting: Isis claims attack on Prophet Mohamed cartoon contest in Texas as its first action on US soil (Independent)

Islamic State group claims responsibility for Texas attack targeting cartoon contest center (Fox News)

Police find new human traffickers' camp as Thailand probes collusion of police, officials (Fox News)

Texas shooting: FBI had monitored gunman Elton Simpson since 2006 (Guardian)

Our Man in Tehran - Episode 7: The Empty River of Life (New York Times - Paywall)

Pentagon to spend nearly $1b shielding War Games mountain bunker from EMP attack (Daily Mail)

George Galloway may face probe after former PA Aisha Ali-Khan's claims (Daily Mail)

Hampstead Strangler jailed again after he attacked two women after release (Daily Mail)

Nepal earthquake video: 101-year-old survivor talks about his experiences being rescued after seven days trapped (Independent)

Police ignored warning about Rotherham child sex abuse TWELVE YEARS ago (Daily Express)

UK women twice as likely to die in childbirth as Polish mothers (Daily Mail)

Fury after woman caught drinking can of lager on the M25 is let off: Police say there is nothing they can do because driver was not over the limit (Daily Mail)

ISIS claims responsibility for cartoon exhibition attack in Texas - reports (Russia Today)

British mothers twice as likely to die in childbirth as Polish women (Guardian)

Somalia Islamists storm Puntland police station, kill three - police (Reuters)

Major hunt for man given £50 lottery cash when he actually won £50,000 (Daily Star)

Met Gala 2015: Helen Mirren, Sophie Turner and Ellie Goulding lead the British glamour (Daily Express)

British women TWICE as likely to die in childbirth and pregnancy as mothers in Poland (Daily Express)

Nepal rescuers uncover victims of earthquake-triggered mudslide that wiped out village (Fox News)

WorldViews: Why Senegal is sending troops to help Saudi Arabia in Yemen (Washington Post - Paywall)

Sheila Kitzinger on why feminists HATE natural childbirth and why it's harmful (Daily Mail)

French parliament to vote on bill granting police controversial new surveillance powers (Fox News)

World alert over DEADLY 'diet pills' that claimed life of young British student (Daily Express)

Garland shooting: Prophet Mohamed cartoon contest organisers condemn attack as 'war on free speech' after police kill two gunmen (Independent)

Pictures Of The Day: The Best Images From Around The World On Monday 5th May 2015 (Huffington Post)

Texas gunman had been terror suspect (BBC)

'Alonso may never win another race' (BBC)

FBI Had Investigated Accused Texas Gunman for Years (Time Magazine)

Getting to know you: British voters start seeing a new Ed Miliband (Fox News)

Grandmother Calls Texas Gunman Nadir Soofi 'A Good Boy' (NBC News)

Nepali police dig through mountain of mud to recover bodies of villagers, trekkers (Fox News)

Royal baby: Queen set to meet Princess Charlotte for first time today (Daily Express)

Second Gunman Named in Texas 'Muhammad' Attack (NBC News)

How filthy is YOUR beard? Study claims facial hair can contain more faeces than a dirty toilet - but not all experts agree (Daily Mail)

Family of boy killed by police question delay in probe (CBS News)

IMF says may agree on $800 million loan to Iraq in weeks (Reuters)

Baby name and election countdown (BBC)

Colorado shooter "stood out" at gun range, man testifies (CBS News)

5/4: Islamic extremists open fire outside Muhammad cartoon contest; Public goes gaga over royal baby name (CBS News)

Texas shooting suspect linked himself to ISIS (CNN)

Invited back to North Korea: The mystery is why (CNN)

Canada's Alberta looks poised for change on election day (Reuters)

How Isis is recruiting migrant workers in Moscow to join the fighting in Syria (Guardian)

Marathon Mom Who Kissed Mystery Man Hears From His Wife (NBC News)

Doughnut plane? These wacky patents may shape how we fly (CNN)

Suspect arrested after altercation with Baltimore police (CBS News)

U.N. says apprehended Sudan intel officer after attack near Abyei (Reuters)

20 St. Louis Women Ask If Their Babies Were Stolen Too (NBC News)

Outrage as police handcuff and shackle FIVE-YEAR-OLD with special needs (Daily Express)

Women recall Boko Haram nightmare (CNN)

British prisoner 'kills cellmate by smashing TV over his head in furious row over volume' (Daily Express)

World Briefing: Iran: U.S. Navy Escorting British Ships Through Strait After Detention Dispute (New York Times - Paywall)

Heston Blumenthal isn't for me, says Mary Berry: Great British Bake Off star reveals she wouldn't eat at chef's Fat Duck eaterie because its too experimental (Daily Mail)

U.S. Marines begin aid operation in Nepal (CBS News)

Kate Middleton and Prince William name princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana (Daily Mail)

Dreams 'scattered' by Nepal quake (CNN)

Labour claims ambush on Jim Murphy by Scot nationalists was staged after SNP tip-off (Daily Mail)

'I desperately want a little girl of my own.' Diana's chef reveals what Princess of Wales told him as she cradled his baby daughter - as world welcomes her granddaughter Princess Charlotte (Daily Mail)

Early births 'rewire brain': Findings could explain why premature deliveries are linked to conditions including autism (Daily Mail)

Why no American high-speed trains? (CNN)

Pentagon: We're not taking over Texas (CNN)

Anger of soldier beaten by Israel police (CNN)

ROBERT HARDMAN on how Princess Charlotte's name is a homage to royal figures (Daily Mail)

Baltimore cops arrest man on gun charge near site of riot (CBS News)

Earl Spencer reveals royal baby Charlotte Diana's name is same as HIS daughter's (Daily Mail)

Headaches that may mean you are about to go blind: How the NHS is letting thousands needlessly fall victim (Daily Mail)

Britain's Royal Baby Named Charlotte Elizabeth Diana (NBC News)

Freed Nigerian women tell stories of tensions within Boko Haram - video (Guardian)

Akcakale Journal: Fertilizer, Also Suited for Bombs, Flows to ISIS Territory From Turkey (New York Times - Paywall)

Police readied for attack on Muhammad cartoon event (CBS News)

Spain's offer to Sephardic Jews to 'come home' may come with costly strings and red tape attached (Independent)

Sergio Valencia del Toro shoots dead man and daughter in Wisconsin bridge attack (Daily Mail)

Never forget a face? Can't stand coffee? You may have Super Senses (Daily Mail)

Peru investigates tribal attack (BBC)

Ford axes in-car heart attack monitors to 'look at different avenues' (Daily Mail)

Maya Plisetskaya suspected of spying for the British (Daily Mail)

Second suspect identified in Texas shooting (CBS News)

The man who cut out his own appendix (BBC)

What We Know About Attack at Muhammad Cartoon Contest (NBC News)

Facing the music: Man arrested after liking own mugshot on Facebook (Russia Today)

How Did British Gamblers Guess the Royal Baby's Name? (Time Magazine)

VIDEO: Is the election reaching British Muslims? (BBC)

Meet the Royal Baby: Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana (NBC News)

Django Unchained actor Daniele Watts will apologise to police over arrest (Guardian)

Police shoot dead 2 jihadi' gunmen in art show attack (Daily Express)

Chimp shot dead by police at Mallorca holiday resort popular with British tourists (Daily Express)

We want an EU referendum THIS YEAR, says Ukip's Farage as election enters final stages (Daily Express)

Princess Charlotte: Name with rich heritage in the monarchy (Daily Express)

Twitter users to urge women to check breasts after Sheridan Smith's BBC portrayal of Lisa Lynch (Daily Mail)

Fury over plans to build Britain's first SEGREGATED mosque where only women are allowed (Daily Express)

Royal baby fans react to the name Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana (Daily Mail)

Dad's Army on late night patrols after police 'abandon village to burglars': Pensioners keep guard in effort to catch criminals after two-month crime spree (Daily Mail)

Over 200 Nigerian women rescued from Boko Haram, pregnant UN (Russia Today)

Man Gets Stuck in Seattle Basketball Hoop, Cops Called (NBC News)

Short and fat Frenchman conned women into '50 Shades of Grey sex' using model photo (Daily Mail)

Misreport of Man Shot by Police Raises Tensions in Baltimore (NBC News)

Police look into video that ACLU calls racial profiling (CBS News)

VIDEO: Nepal trekking village Langtang wiped out (BBC)

Photos of the Day: May 4 (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Former CIA official claims agency botched call on Arab Spring - new book (Russia Today)

Report: Shooters at Garland, Texas Muhammad Cartoon Event Linked to ISIS (Newsweek Magazine)

Photos: Far From Cities and Aid, Rural Nepal Still Suffers From Quake (Newsweek Magazine)

Mediterranean migrant baby born on an Italian navy ship after mother was rescued (Daily Mail)

Luck and tainted food -- a California pair's recipe for survival in Nepal (Los Angeles Times)

Why Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Cried in Court (Time Magazine)

Texas police widen search but admit: 'This is not going to be a fast investigation' (Guardian)

Rights group claims Saudis use cluster bombs in Yemen (CBS News)

The Forgotten Voice of the Election - The Young People of Wales (Huffington Post)

About 100 bodies found in Nepal trekking village (Reuters)

Taliban attack kills 17 Afghan police during peace talks in Qatar (Los Angeles Times)

3 Protesters Dead in Burundi After Clashes With Police (New York Times - Paywall)

Long hot summer ahead: Americans expect more riots, divided as to why (Russia Today)

Fox News forced to apologise after mistakenly reporting Baltimore police shooting (Independent)

Profile: Texas 'gunman' Elton Simpson (BBC)

Why Islam forbids images of Mohammed (CNN)

Why Is Israel Criticized for Helping Nepal Earthquake Victims? (Newsweek Magazine)

As ISIS gains power, al Qaeda changes tactics (CBS News)

Netanyahu meets with victim of videotaped police beating, promises action (Los Angeles Times)

London reacts to the name of the newest royal family member (CBS News)

Eyewitness of Texas Attack Describes Scene (NBC News)

Baltimore police deny shooting suspect who was fleeing officers (Independent)

Nadir Soofi: Second suspect in Texas Prophet Mohamed shooting named (Independent)

Shocking moment a Chinese road rage driver drags a young woman out of her car and savagely beats her and claims it was because SHE had scared his wife and child (Daily Mail)

Royal princess named Charlotte (BBC)

One Suspect in Texas Attack Was Known to FBI (NBC News)

Police Deny Initial Reports of a Black Man Shot in Baltimore (Newsweek Magazine)

US cartoon attack suspects 'named' (BBC)

Gun salute and Stevie Wonder mark birth of Princess Charlotte of Cambridge (Daily Mail)

Gurkha soldiers hunt for missing Matt Carapiet after Nepal earthquake (Daily Mail)

British ships near Iran get escorts (CNN)

Freddie Gray death: Police van driver charged with murder was only on duty because he had agreed to work overtime, says report (Independent)

Benjamin Netanyahu hugs Damas Pakada who was assaulted by Israeli police officers (Daily Mail)

Royal baby named Charlotte Elizabeth Diana (CBS News)

Emily Gardner's life jacket may have got caught on motor trapping her underwater (Daily Mail)

Family tribute to man killed in flat (BBC)

Ben Carson's election resum : scalpel-wielding doctor out to cut away Obamacare (Guardian)

Italy approves major election reform (BBC)

Once-kingmaker poised for a fall in U.K. election (CBS News)

Taliban suicide bomber kills one and injures 15 in Kabul attack (Daily Mail)

Top Gear's Jeremy Clarkson made to wait 5 days before police shared probe result (Daily Mail)

New York police officer shot Saturday dies from injuries (Independent)

Australian Police Deny 'Sacrificing' Executed Drug Convicts (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

David Cameron 'admitted' to Nick Clegg the Tories couldn't win majority at general election (Daily Mail)

Texas attack: Phoenix home raided after shooting at Muhammad cartoon event (Guardian)

As Kate and William celebrate princess Charlotte's birth, most extravagant girls' rooms revealed (Daily Mail)

VIDEO: Royal couple name their baby Charlotte (BBC)

Bookmakers to pay out £1m as thousands pick Charlotte as royal Princess' name (Daily Mail)

Kate Middleton and Prince William's royal baby Charlotte unveiled in global newspapers (Daily Mail)

Police suspect Al Qaeda ties to death of U.S. blogger in Bangladesh (Los Angeles Times)

Why Kate Middleton and Prince William named royal baby Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana (Daily Mail)

In British election campaign, the center cannot hold (Washington Post - Paywall)

Out-of-control' 5-year-old handcuffed, shackled by New York state police (Russia Today)

Britain's New Princess Named Charlotte Elizabeth Diana (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Nepal earthquake: How the regional rivalry between China and India has spilled over into the international rescue effort (Independent)

Royal couple names Britain's new princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana (Los Angeles Times)

An Orthodox priest, a man who plucks arrows out of seals and an ocean diver: Meet the eclectic bunch inhabiting one of the most 'hardcore' places in the world (Daily Mail)

Brain scans reveal why we jump to conclusions: 'One-shot learning' is most likely when we're uncertain about a cause and effect (Daily Mail)

WorldViews: Boko Haram stoned women to death so they couldn't be rescued by Nigerian troops (Washington Post - Paywall)

Czech President: ISIS Is Greater Threat Than Russia (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

U.S. warships accompany British commercial vessels in Strait - Pentagon (Reuters)

British Jews ambivalent over Miliband win (Financial Times - Paywall)

Two Potential Suspects Identified in Texas Shooting at Prophet Muhammad Cartoon Event (Newsweek Magazine)

Charlotte Elizabeth Diana Is Royal Baby's Name (New York Times - Paywall)

Nepal Asks Foreign Rescuers to Leave as Hopes Fade (New York Times - Paywall)

A quake-stricken district in Nepal struggles back to life (Washington Post - Paywall)

Why shooting at cartoon event in U.S. was inevitable (CNN)

'They were there to shoot people' - Texas police on cartoon exhibition attack (Russia Today)

101-year-old man rescued more than week after Nepal quake (CBS News)

World waits for Will and Kate to name newborn princess (CBS News)

Merkel defends German intelligence agency over spying for NSA claims (Russia Today)

Texas shooting: Who is Pamela Geller? (CNN)

100 Bodies Found in Nepal Trekking Village (Newsweek Magazine)

Chelsea Ladies 1-0 Man City Women (BBC)

Behind the Scenes With Alex Salmond, the Man Who Would Break Up the United Kingdom (Newsweek Magazine)

Nepal Everest climbs 'ruled out' (BBC)

New princess to meet Her Majesty, Great-Grandma (CBS News)

Royal Baby Gets a Name: Charlotte Elizabeth Diana (Newsweek Magazine)

New British Princess Named as Charlotte Elizabeth Diana (New York Times - Paywall)

Nepal quake toll mounts as U.S. ramps up aid effort (CBS News)

Nepal quake: 52 bodies found in remote valley where trekkers missing (Los Angeles Times)

Ethiopian Jews clash with Israeli police at racism protest (Channel4)

The mystery of India's 'floating' palace: Former royal haunt in the middle of a lake was neglected for 200 years... but is being transformed into an exclusive restaurant (Daily Mail)

The science of BRAIN FREEZE: Experts reveal why 'ice cream headaches' occur - and how to get rid of them (Daily Mail)

Metro Bank founder on why you can't replace staff with machines (Daily Mail)

Why are Ethiopian Israelis angry? (CNN)

CED: Kate and Wills name their new princess (and ours) Charlotte Elizabeth Diana (Daily Star)

Models become first ever UK women duo to complete nine day 1,500mile off-road race in Sahara (Daily Mail)

Indian media facing a backlash in Nepal (BBC)

EXPLICIT CONTENT: Teacher sacked by school for making porn film claims she was drugged (Daily Star)

The Russians aren't coming How & why hawks hype threat' to Baltic States (Russia Today)

Nepal quake victims fear government won't help much, if history is guide (Los Angeles Times)

Royal baby: Difficult life of the 'spare heir' (CNN)

Why was legendary muscle car hidden for 30 years? (CNN)

Royal welcome (CNN)

Police Kill Two Gunmen at Texas Exhibit of Prophet Mohammad Cartoons (Newsweek Magazine)

2 gunmen killed at Mohammed cartoon event in Texas (CNN)

Time-lapse: Crowd waits hours for glimpse of royal baby (CNN)

The new princess spends her first day at home (CNN)

Texas Muhammad cartoon attack: home of suspect raided (Channel4)

Police defend Bali Nine actions (BBC)

Baby pulled from quake rubble after 22 hours (CNN)

Kids meeting their baby siblings (CNN)

Fylde council paid £341k compensation to man who fell off a public toilet (Daily Mail)

2 gunmen killed outside Mohammed art event' in Texas (Russia Today)

Why body cameras don't solve everything (CNN)

'The man who saved my life' (BBC)

Caravan, A Great British Love Story (BBC)

Why Companies Are Driving Social Change (Newsweek Magazine)

British man living in Magaluf falls to his death from apartment balcony as police say they are treating the incident as suicide (Daily Mail)

Man, 101, rescued a week after Nepal quake (CNN)

Britain's new royal baby meets the family (CNN)

Nigeria: 275 women and children 'rescued' from Boko Haram (Channel4)

In pictures: Royal baby introduced (BBC)

World Digest: May 2, 2015 (Washington Post - Paywall)

Nepal earthquake: from impact to struggling relief effort (Channel4)

Nepal earthquake: the village too dangerous to rebuild (Channel4)

On the frontline in Nepal as aid finally begins to arrive (Channel4)

Week in pictures: 25 April-1 May 2015 (BBC)

Election 2015 in pictures: 1 May (BBC)

Nepal earthquake: before and after in Kathmandu (Channel4)

Nepal earthquake: is aid reaching remote villages? (Channel4)

Gurkhas 'stand by people' after Nepal earthquake (Channel4)

Drone footage captures magnitude of Nepal destruction (CNN)

Nepal quake: survivors left alone to rebuild their lives (Channel4)

Why rioting makes things worse (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Nepal earthquake: broken villages awash with memories (Channel4)

Ten jailed for Pakistan Taliban attack on Malala Yousafzai (Channel4)

Nepal earthquake 'miracle' as teen rescued from the rubble (Channel4)

Nepal quake: Tragedy waiting to happen (CNN)

The reason why Americans are joining ISIS (CNN)

British cooks, European soup (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

How ISIS controls life from birth to foosball (CNN)

Why Iran is brimming with optimism (CNN)

May the only man win (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Why many Chinese parents don't want two (CNN)

CNN exclusive with jailed ISIS fighters (CNN)

Lights, camera, election (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

A bad day for women (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Rick Scott tries to clarify attack ad on Charlie Crist (Miami Herald)

Missing Miami woman’s ex kills himself after police find body in car trunk (Miami Herald)

Mystery man in Rick Scott attack ad unveiled, misleads about Charlie Crist and Ponzi scheme (Miami Herald)

U.S. lawmakers to Haiti Senate: Vote for election law (Miami Herald)