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Monday, 11th May 2015

World News

BBC at war with David Cameron over Culture Secretary John Whittingdale (Daily Mail)

Mac on... The SNP's general election triumph (Daily Mail)

Woman fired for uninstalling app on company phone that tracked her 24 hrs a day (Russia Today)

Polish president is runner-up in first round vote - official results (Reuters)

Hamas Wins the Hearts of Students at West Bank Campus Election (New York Times - Paywall)

Gen. McChrystal on fighting ISIS, creating "radical" transparency in military (CBS News)

Google kills off map tool after it shows Android URINATING on Apple (Daily Mail)

Violence between Macedonia police and 'terrorists' increases scrutiny of PM (Guardian)

Colleagues Mourn Slain Hattiesburg Police Officers (NBC News)

Colin Hanks and His 4-Year-Old Daughter Explain Why Star Wars Needs More Female Characters (Time Magazine)

How to store food properly so it doesn't go off (Daily Mail)

Probe after Va. man dies in police custody in N.C. (CBS News)

Execution claims are slander, North Korean insider says (CNN)

Exercising regularly can delay 'bad' levels of cholesterol rising by up to 15 YEARS (Daily Mail)

Moroccan F-16 jet from Saudi-led coalition in Yemen crashes (Reuters)

Showing off his six-pack, raving at a superclub and cavorting with dancers: How internet pranksters imagine Ed Miliband's Ibiza trip (Daily Mail)

CNN goes inside an upscale North Korean apartment (CNN)

U.S. and Georgia Start Military Exercise Criticized by Russia (New York Times - Paywall)

Kim Jong Un 'flies' a North Korean-made plane in video (Daily Mail)

Shell to resume Arctic drilling off Alaska as green groups warn of disaster (Guardian)

Murder map shows where in the world you are most likely to be a victim of homicide (Independent)

David Cameron gives Boris Johnson a seat in Cabinet reshuffle (Daily Mail)

Police name Kuwaiti found dead in Dorchester hotel as Sultan Aldabbous (Daily Mail)

Cameron completing cabinet reshuffle (BBC)

Why We Can't Get Enough of Gas-Station Pizza (Time Magazine)

Norman Lamb first out of the blocks to replace Nick Clegg as Lib Dem leader (Daily Mail)

North Korea Could Boast Missile Submarine Fleet Within Five Years (Newsweek Magazine)

David Miliband hammers brother Ed over Labour's election disaster (Daily Star)

Nine Georgia officers fired in wake of man's death in police custody (Guardian)

How British singer Jodie Cooper found love and fame (Daily Mail)

Japanese woman arrested after she claimed her dead parents' pensions for 50 years (Daily Mail)

Yemen Rebels Say They Shot Down Moroccan Plane (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Report: British sgt. arrested after wifes parachute fails (CBS News)

Five dead in Texas storm (CNN)

Police chief who led hunt for Raoul Moat is cleared of misconduct but must apologise to two officers for being rude (Daily Mail)

Cameron cements Tory win by giving Thatcherites key Cabinet posts (Daily Express)

Sajid Javid and Priti Patel are two big winners in 'Blue Collar' reshuffle (Daily Mail)

David Cameron may bring EU referendum forward to 2016 (Guardian)

Intense clashes in Yemen endanger prospects of humanitarian cease-fire (Washington Post - Paywall)

Tornadoes in Texas and Arkansas leave at least five dead and others missing (Guardian)

Met police name tourist who died at Dorchester hotel (Guardian)

Oregon woman suing after autistic daughter kicked off flight (CBS News)

Teen beaten by Israeli police goes to White House (CNN)

Hatched and matched: Sweethearts born on same day in same hospital are to wed (Daily Express)

Europe is the big issue of the next two years (Guardian)

Watch This Guy Devour a Five-Pound Burrito in Two Minutes (Time Magazine)

CIA leaker Jeffrey Sterling sentenced to 3.5 years in prison for Espionage Act violations (Russia Today)

Why the US needs black lawyers even more than it needs black police (Guardian)

Judgment Day for the U.S. Surveillance State (Newsweek Magazine)

George Zimmerman Involved in Florida Shooting, Police Say (Time Magazine)

The end of crowding round the family TV? New figures show Brits spend TWICE as long online as they did 10 years ago (Daily Mail)

2 Inmates Dead After Nebraska Prison Riot (NBC News)

Baltic Fortress 2015: NATO warships start drills off Lithuanian coast (Russia Today)

Met police discover woman's body in suitcase in London Grand Union Canal (Daily Mail)

Asian-art collector Robert Ellsworth leaves $100,000 to two waitresses (Daily Mail)

E.U. seeks U.N. authority for military action against migrant smugglers (Washington Post - Paywall)

Mali separatists say they killed 30 army troops in attack in the north (Fox News)

Who Are the Rohingya and Why Are They Fleeing Myanmar? (Newsweek Magazine)

Crash in Spain puts spotlight back on history of problems with Airbus' A400M military plane (Fox News)

Hundreds of patients are rushed to hospital in POLICE CARS because ambulances are LATE (Daily Express)

George Zimmerman involved in another shooting - police (Russia Today)

2 dead following uprising at Nebraska prison (Russia Today)

Facebook Has a New Way to Keep You Off Google (Time Magazine)

Family of Charmain Speirs found dead in Ghana claim they are being lied to (Daily Mail)

Police violence, executions, Gitmo: US grilled by UN human rights panel (Russia Today)

Moroccan F-16 jet shot down during Yemen raid, Houthi rebels say (Independent)

Ian and Ann Clarke selling home and possessions to sail around the world (Daily Mail)

David Miliband Rules Himself Out Of *This* Labour Leadership Election (Huffington Post)

Cameron can count on friends in Brussels as he seeks EU reform (Reuters)

WorldViews: A day after marking Nazi defeat, Putin praises a Soviet-era pact with Hitler (Washington Post - Paywall)

Gang who pretended to be police jailed for 13 years after conning elderly victims (Daily Mail)

Starbucks Not Liable for Police Officer's Coffee Burns, Jury Concludes (Time Magazine)

Cat 'gives birth' to DOG in world first owner left baffled (Daily Star)

Woman 'put dead foot skin in milk and served it to family' (Daily Star)

They Will Almost Certainly Lose. So Why Are the GOP Long Shots Running? (Newsweek Magazine)

Moroccan F-16 Jet from Saudi-Led Coalition in Yemen Goes Missing (Newsweek Magazine)

U.S., allies conduct 18 air strikes against Islamic State militants - military (Reuters)

Poland's Presidential Election Heads for Runoff (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Ex-coup leader Camara wants to run in Guinea presidential election (Fox News)

Ed Miliband and Justine jet to Ibiza without children after Election defeat (Daily Mail)

UN chief, head of North Korea's parliament met in Moscow; spokesman says no details (Fox News)

John Kerry to visit Russia for the first time since the Ukraine crisis (Independent)

Mystery of why up to 30 endangered whales turned up dead on the same beach (Daily Express)

A British Bill of Rights Will Diminish the Rights of Everyone in the UK - And the Most Vulnerable Will Suffer Most (Huffington Post)

Why Mad Men Needed Betty (Time Magazine)

Gen. McChrystal on battling ISIS, "Team of Teams" military strategy (CBS News)

Turkish Cargo Ship Attacked Off Libyan Coast (New York Times - Paywall)

Plus Size Woman Posts Underwear Selfies To Instagram Every Day For A Week (And The World Reacts Beautifully) (Huffington Post)

Revealed: Extent of British anti-ISIS airstrikes (Russia Today)

Freed From Coalition, David Cameron Picks Conservative Cabinet (New York Times - Paywall)

WorldViews: On Twitter, a British politician reveals a painful way to lose a job (Washington Post - Paywall)

Barack Obama 'LIED to world about death of 9/11 terror chief Osama bin Laden' (Daily Star)

UK shares election rally peters out (BBC)

Boko Haram kills two soldiers in Cameroon - sources (Reuters)

Garden designer makes bespoke lingerie from fresh flowers for £675 but they wilt after two days (Daily Mail)

Virginia woman arrested for 'serving milk with her dead skin' (Daily Mail)

Bus Company's 'Ride Me All Day For £3' Ad Campaign Prompts Suitably Twitter Responses (Huffington Post)

The world record for tree-planting will be broken this week in mass reforestation effort (Independent)

Saudi Arabia moves strike force' to border with Yemen as truce nears report (Russia Today)

UK holiday makers enjoy best pound and euro exchange rate for years this summer (Daily Mail)

German, Israeli presidents mark 50 years of diplomacy; cite strong friendship, shared values (Fox News)

EU wants military action on smuggler boats (CNN)

900 refugees rescued at sea off Indonesia (CNN)

Jeremy Piven and other passengers held 'hostage' on British Airways plane for hours after bad weather forced flight to divert to Philadelphia (Daily Mail)

Inmates riot in Nebraska state prison, 2 dead (CBS News)

Experts to identify mystery British WWII soldier found in Italy (Daily Mail)

The Rock Is Now the Reigning Champion of Mother's Day (Time Magazine)

This Experiment Shows Why You Should Take Bitcoin Seriously (Time Magazine)

Sea level rise accelerated over the past two decades, research finds (Guardian)

Shiite rebels may have shot down missing Moroccan fighter jet in Yemen (Fox News)

Riviera casino closes after 60 years on Vegas Strip with guests like Elvis (Daily Mail)

Frontrunner for Labour leadership contest rules himself out: Dan Jarvis say he wants to put his family first as he attacks Miliband's time in top job (Daily Mail)

Co-pilot found to be FOUR TIMES the legal alcohol limit after being stopped by police as he tried to board plane in Amsterdam (Daily Mail)

Thief high on mephedrone who tracked 10-year-old boy 'like prey' and threatened to stab him for just £9 is jailed for four years (Daily Mail)

Kerry set to meet Putin in first visit to Russia since start of Ukraine crisis (Guardian)

Two Inmates Dead After Prisoners Take Control of Nebraska Corrections Facility (Newsweek Magazine)

US defends excessive force by police claims before UN human rights body (Fox News)

Police Searching for Gunman in Western Pennsylvania (Newsweek Magazine)

Timeline: North Korea's nuclear weapons programme (Channel4)

Moroccan military plane 'shot down by Houthi rebels in Yemen' video (Guardian)

Mother who drove her three children home after drinking five pints is jailed for two years after blinding cyclist in hit-and-run accident (Daily Mail)

Tension high ahead of Yemen cease-fire (CBS News)

Pregnant Katherine Jenkins glows during VE Day 70th anniversary performance (Daily Express)

Surprising result in Polish presidential election could signal larger power shift (Fox News)

Tehran keeps careful eye on Yemen (Guardian)

Robert Ellsworth: Art collector leaves $50,000 tip in his will for two waitresses he knew only as 'Maureen' (Independent)

Beautician who mowed down pedestrian in high-speed hit-and-run was arrested shortly after crash drinking at a house party after a trail of destruction led police to her (Daily Mail)

Sinosphere Blog: Q. and A.: Andrew S. Erickson on China's Military Goals and Capabilities (New York Times - Paywall)

Murder Map interactive graphic reveals homicide rates around the world (Daily Mail)

'Thousands' stranded off Thailand (BBC)

Miss. police shooting suspect declares innocence (CBS News)

British boys exploited by vile paedophile who lured 2,000 boys to perform sex acts (Daily Express)

Army trainer Lee Busano 'raped two women in a week before assaulting third' (Daily Mail)

Mario World Tokyo apartment goes up for rent on Airbnb (Daily Mail)

Home rule for Britain? Tory backbenchers pressure Cameron on Brexit referendum (Russia Today)

Five-day humanitarian ceasefire in Yemen expected to begin on Tuesday (Guardian)

First Read: GOP Hopefuls Keep Focus on Foreign Policy (NBC News)

Background Check: Why Was Carly Fiorina Fired From HP? (NBC News)

Ukrainian military officer spends birthday behind bars in Russia amid new clamor for release (Fox News)

David Cameron told to let Eurosceptic ministers campaign to leave the EU (Daily Mail)

Buses emblazoned with picture of topless models holding a signs saying 'Ride me all day for £3' spark outrage (Daily Mail)

Australian primary school writes to pupils nervous before their first exams to tell them everything 'this test does not assess' (Independent)

Hollande becomes first French president to visit Cuba (Reuters)

Sheer Dresses: How To Pull Off This Season's Most Daring Trend (And Look As Good As Beyoncé) (Huffington Post)

At Least 2 Dead After Tornados Strike Texas and Arkansas (Time Magazine)

'Blacked-up' drunk Lord said he was 'foolish' for being three times over the limit and crashing into lamppost in police chase (Daily Mail)

Voting fraud? George Galloway launches legal battle over election defeat (Russia Today)

Essex police launch murder probe after widower is 'run down by Mercedes' (Daily Mail)

Lady Gaga shows off cleavage in seriously low-cut dress as she heads to dinner in New York (Daily Express)

Awkward photos of moms and their kids revealed for Mother's Day (Daily Mail)

Nato is expelling dozens of suspected Russian spies over fears the Kremlin has infiltrated the military organisation that is drawing up plans to protect Europe from Putin (Daily Mail)

VIDEO: Moment politician beats up campaign manager who ripped him off (Daily Star)

Chapman in England World Cup squad (BBC)

Election 2015: It wasn't social media 'wot won it' (BBC)

North returns to old strategy on Victory Day (CNN)

Yemen rebels 'down Morocco warplane' (BBC)

Here come the Scots SNP MPs swarm on Westminster after election whitewash (Daily Express)

Tory MPs Hold 'Orgiastic' Commons Meeting To Celebrate Election Win (Huffington Post)

Police in Spain arrest man for stealing dozens of artworks from Swedish churches (Fox News)

France's Hollande in first Cuba visit (BBC)

Bangladesh police arrest people smugglers, shoot four, amid crisis (Reuters)

Two people killed and dozens injured after tornadoes rip through central US (Guardian)

Moroccan fighter jet targeting Yemen rebels goes missing ahead of ceasefire (Guardian)

North Korea seen years from sub-launched missile to threaten U.S. (Reuters)

Photo highlights of the day (Guardian)

Polish Presidential Election Heads for Runoff, Early Count Shows (New York Times - Paywall)

V-E Day Was Last Week. Here's Why Some Countries Celebrate Today Instead (Time Magazine)

Rookie Scots flood into British Parliament amid excitement and concern (Los Angeles Times)

Libyan military shells Turkish cargo ship, crew member killed (Reuters)

Mother's Day 'bike blessing' festival leaves teen shot dead and 3 injured (Daily Mail)

Bus firm scraps controversial 'Ride Me All Day For £3' ticket ad after just FOUR HOURS (Daily Star)

Cameron bares teeth over EU migration (BBC)

Trucker pulled over by police after being caught reading novel at 60mph (Daily Mail)

Protest ban doesn't keep protesters off the streets in Burundi (Fox News)

Human Rights Act To Be Scrapped By Michael Gove Now Tories Have A Majority After General Election (Huffington Post)

Challenger Wins First Round of Poland Presidential Elections (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

I don't know why we lost so badly but it was NOT because of Ed's 8ft stone tablet, insists Labour's stand-in leader Harriet Harman (Daily Mail)

Moment a stage collapses without warning under a police choir in China (Daily Mail)

Nearly 2,000 migrants rescued off coasts of Malaysia and Indonesia (Guardian)

Nazi poster boy Gerhard Bartels remembers day he met Hitler (Daily Mail)

Horror for man who watched girlfriend plunge to death on FIRST DATE (Daily Star)

WATCH: Mystery of 30 HEARTS found hanging from tree and no-one knows why they're there (Daily Star)

British PM Cameron Rules Out Another Scottish Independence Vote (Newsweek Magazine)

Cameron reshuffle: Boris Johnson parachuted into Cabinet as he juggles Mayor job (Daily Express)

Could North Korea have missile-launching sub soon? (CNN)

Health Service Procurement Is a Mess - the Military Has Answers (Huffington Post)

Kim Jong Un and North Korea's military (CNN)

North says it tested ballistic missile (CNN)

David Cameron and George Osborne boosted as North leads economic recovery (Daily Mail)

Guyana votes in general election (BBC)

Spectacular fireworks display marks end of Russia's World War II victory anniversary - video (Independent)

'I want to be nude' Kim Kardashian strips off in the desert for ANOTHER naked photoshoot (Daily Express)

The Voluntary and Community Sector Must Respond to the 2015 Election With Both Sophistication and Voice Anchored in Its Values (Huffington Post)

Europe, Mexico to seek new trade pact to deepen North American ties (Reuters)

David Cameron says EU and Brussels renegotiation under way (Daily Mail)

China Has Become the World's Biggest Crude Oil Importer for the First Time (Time Magazine)

Dozens of protesting Mexican farm workers injured in clashes with police amid violent crackdown (Russia Today)

North Korea Developing Ballistic-Missile Submarine, Seoul Says (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Car seat advice from high street shops tends to be bad as two thirds can't help properly (Daily Mail)

Despite Majority, U.K.'s Cameron Faces Conservative Rebellion (Time Magazine)

Why Europe's Left Are Serial Losers (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Navy Pilot's Death Reveals Everyday Perils of Military Aviation (New York Times - Paywall)

Watch John Oliver Use Mother's Day to Slam the Lack of Paid Maternity Leave (Time Magazine)

Barroso: Tory majority election win boosts chances of EU renegotiation (Guardian)

British photographer watches on in horror as his South African girlfriend he met on the internet falls to her death from cliff day after he met her for the first time (Daily Mail)

MoD pays out £334k to cyclists who injured themselves on military bases (Daily Mail)

Sexting and online bullying is fuelling teenage depression: Admissions for anxiety up by 50% in just four years with problem particularly severe among girls (Daily Mail)

Airbus shares fall after military cargo plane crashes in Spain test flight ahead of delivery (Fox News)

Despite winning majority, Britain's Cameron faces looming party rebellion over EU, Scotland (Fox News)

Turkish ship shelled off Libya coast, casualties feared (Russia Today)

Hundreds, mainly Rohingyas, rescued off Indonesian waters (Reuters)

EU to force Britain to take thousands more migrants as Cameron rejects Brussels proposals (Daily Express)

Dead body found inside SUITCASE dumped in CANAL (Daily Express)

Britain's first tea sommelier reveals the brews to solve every problem (Daily Mail)

Poland's president vows referendum on key reforms after poor showing in election 1st round (Fox News)

North Korea could have ballistic missiles on submarines within two years (Independent)

Hattiesburg, Mississippi mourns 2 slain police officers (CBS News)

A look at the countries involved in the Saudi Arabia-led airstrikes targeting Yemen rebels (Fox News)

Pictures Of The Day: The Best Images From Around The World On Monday 11th May 2015 (Huffington Post)

Why so many children are fighting in Yemen's civil war (Washington Post - Paywall)

British supercar drivers caught by French police helicopter after 100mph chase (Daily Mail)

Wife of soldier accused of tampering with her parachute had given birth just a month before: Police say mother-of-two may owe survival to fact she landed in ploughed field (Daily Mail)

Families so poor children slept in chests of drawers: Austerity? We don't know we're born - as the haunting stories of the generation who lived through two world wars movingly reveal (Daily Mail)

Japan ruling bloc signs off on security legislation, public split (Reuters)

Scotland: It's not all kilts, election upsets and golf (CNN)

Fears that North Korea could have submarines with ballistic missiles in three years (Guardian)

5/10: Tropical Storm Ana makes landfall; Autistic girl from Oregon kicked off airplane (CBS News)

Benedict Cumberbatch Got Passed Over for Top British Movie Awards Again (Time Magazine)

Johannesburg's Ponte City: 'the tallest and grandest urban slum in the world' a history of cities in 50 buildings, day 33 (Guardian)

Police Officer Who Fatally Shot Wisconsin Teen to Learn Fate Tuesday (Time Magazine)

Kim Kyok-sik, Hard-Line North Korean General, Dies at 77 (New York Times - Paywall)

China invites Russian troops to second world war parade in Beijing (Guardian)

Migrant boats rescued off Indonesia (BBC)

North Korean general believed to be behind 2010 attacks on South dies at 77 (Fox News)

Four arrested after two cops shot dead in Mississippi (CBS News)

World Briefing | Europe: Switzerland: Five Die in Shooting (New York Times - Paywall)

Two Dead as Typhoon Noul Slams Philippines (NBC News)

World Briefing | Africa: South Africa: Opposition Chooses First Black Leader (New York Times - Paywall)

2 Dead as Typhoon Noul Slams Philippines on Way to Japan (Time Magazine)

Plains Pummeled by Mother's Day Twisters, More Likely (NBC News)

World Briefing | Asia: Turkey: Prime Minister Visits Ottoman Tomb in Syria (New York Times - Paywall)

Four Suspects Charged After Two Cops Fatally Shot (NBC News)

World Briefing | Europe: Macedonia: 22 Killed as Police and Militants Clash (New York Times - Paywall)

What U.S. conservatives can learn from David Cameron (CNN)

South African Opposition Party Elects First Black Leader (Time Magazine)

World Briefing | Middle East: Dubai: Flight Diverted After Social Media Threats (New York Times - Paywall)

World Briefing | The Americas: Mexico: Vaccinations Suspended After Infant Deaths (New York Times - Paywall)

Morocco armed forces says F-16 involved in Yemen strikes gone missing (Fox News)

The World's First Hello Kitty Chinese Restaurant Has Opened in Hong Kong (Time Magazine)

Mexico suspends infant vaccines after two babies die and 29 fall ill (Guardian)

Houthis accept five-day truce in Yemen proposed by Saudi Arabia (Reuters)

After Nepal disasters, more climbers eye Chinese route to top of world (Reuters)

Pilot uneasy': Autistic child kicked off US flight with emergency landing (Russia Today)

Sinosphere Blog: Student Protest Derails Chinese Military Visit to Hong Kong Campus (New York Times - Paywall)

North Korean general believed responsible for 2010 attacks that killed 50 South Koreans dies (Fox News)

Sinosphere Blog: Chinese Debate the Meaning of Alan Mak's Election to the British Parliament (New York Times - Paywall)

'The day I infiltrated an African cult' (CNN)

1 killed, several shot at Mother's Day bike fest in NJ (Russia Today)

Polish election goes to second round (BBC)

'What is Facebook?' Life in North Korea's schools (CNN)

'People can't believe they are triplets!' Meet the incredible trio born THREE YEARS apart thanks to IVF treatment (Daily Mail)

New landmark remembering the 24,000 allied soldiers who died 200 years ago at Waterloo to be unveiled at station named after the battle (Daily Mail)

Strong typhoon lashes northeast Philippines, two dead (Reuters)

Ebola declared dead in Liberia (CNN)

Why is the US reviewing the lethal injection? (BBC)

Delays in costly white elephant' F-35 leave British skies vulnerable' (Russia Today)

5 dead after shooting in Swiss town (CNN)

Memo From Glasgow: A Chasm Divides David Cameron and Nicola Sturgeon, Leaders of a Kingdom Still United (New York Times - Paywall)

New research shows processed meals kill off the bugs that keep you thin (Daily Mail)

Tennessee nuclear plant nearly done, 36 years later (CBS News)

David Cameron brings back Michael Gove as justice secretary (Daily Mail)

March of the Tory women: Cameron to make third of his new Cabinet female as he bids to shake off party's 'pale, male and stale' image (Daily Mail)

Labour plunges into civil war as leadership hopeful Chuka Umunna shows off glam girlfriend (Daily Express)

RAF to get £2billion fleet of jets to spot Putin's nuclear submarines off British coast (Daily Express)

Yemen rebels agree to cease-fire; Saudi airstrike hits ex-leader's home (Los Angeles Times)

Why an internet diagnosis might be bad for your health (Daily Express)

The Bradford fire disaster - 30 years on (BBC)

Drunk and off to work: Benders are 'risk' (Daily Star)

I'll lay down the law in 100 days: David Cameron goes on pledge blitz (Daily Star)

Tory MPs urge David Cameron to take on EU as price of support (Daily Express)

Nine dead after bus crash in northeastern Mexico (Reuters)

Thursday's Skewed Election Result Shows We Need to #MakeSeatsMatchVotes (Huffington Post)

Delhi's first female bus driver starts work as part of campaign to fight harassment (Guardian)

Report: 2 police officers shot dead in Mississippi (CNN)

Galloway to challenge election result (BBC)

Family of Teen With Autism Kicked Off Flight (NBC News)

Macedonia in mourning after gun battle leaves 22 dead (Los Angeles Times)

Police prevented 'coordinated terrorist attacks' by armed group, says Macedonian president (Fox News)

Why Both Bad Mum and Perfect Mum Can F*** Off (Huffington Post)

Why Kelly Ripa Felt Odd' to Win a GLAAD Media Award (Time Magazine)

Polish president suffers shock reverse in first round vote - exit poll (Reuters)

George Galloway Launches Legal Challenge Over General Election Defeat (Huffington Post)

Watch President Obama Spring a Mother's Day Surprise on 3 Moms (Time Magazine)

'Eat gummy bears, don't be quick to judge, persevere': Moving advice guilt-ridden working mom gave her daughter in daily lunchbox notes more than 10 years ago... and her pride at discovering she kept them all (Daily Mail)

Mother's Day Surprise: President Gives Moms a Call (NBC News)

Polish president faces election run-off (Financial Times - Paywall)

Angela Merkel and Vladimir Putin exchange glares at Russian VE Day celebrations (Daily Mail)

The Election shenanigans you DIDN'T see but is everything what it seems? (Daily Mail)

Indonesia executions: Hope for death row British grandmother Lindsay Sandiford as UK diplomat's affair' exposed (Independent)

Yemen rebels agree to five-day cease-fire (CBS News)

Five dead after Swiss gunman kills in-laws, self (CBS News)

Mother Nature all over the map on Mothers Day (CBS News)

Jimmy Carter 'not feeling well' as he returns early from Guyana election trip (Guardian)

Men Share Housework Equally Until the First Baby (Newsweek Magazine)

Mothers Day birth announcements (CBS News)

Eyeing greater power, Erdogan rallies Turks in Europe before election (Reuters)

Macedonia Clashes Leave Eight Police, 14 Gunmen Dead (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Chinese movie studio opens replica of Old Summer Palace destroyed by British and French troops (Daily Mail)

Hundreds of Rohingya refugees rescued from boats off Indonesian coast (Guardian)

VIDEO: VE Day veteran's appeal to not forget (BBC)

David Cameron slaps down claims Scottish independence is back on the agenda (Daily Mail)

Ben Carson on Russia: I would not rule out US military force (Guardian)

Almanac: A cautionary Mothers Day tale (CBS News)

Houthi Rebels Agree to 5-Day Cease-Fire in Yemen (New York Times - Paywall)

Nearly 600 rescued off northern Indonesia, thought to be Rohingyas (Reuters)

Macedonia police battle terrorist' group (Financial Times - Paywall)

Thanksgiving service for VE Day (BBC)

Etihad Airbus A321 diverted to Dubai military air base amid reports of 'Isis bomb threats' (Independent)

United Airlines pilot makes emergency stop and kicks child with autism off plane because he 'felt uncomfortable' (Independent)

The Military Leaders Who Led the Allies (Newsweek Magazine)

Veterans gather in London for VE Day commemorations in pictures (Guardian)

Why Are Museums Holding On to Art Looted by the Nazis? (Newsweek Magazine)

Kellie Maloney wouldn't look at her body for two weeks after full sex change (Daily Mail)

Mothers are get getting much more than they bargained for on Mother's Day (Independent)

Libya's people smugglers: military action won't stop this multifaceted trade (Guardian)

Macedonian police killed in clashes with 'terrorists' (Independent)

Down With Mothers Day (Newsweek Magazine)

In pictures: VE Day commemorations (BBC)

S Africa opposition elects first black leader (Financial Times - Paywall)

Tokyo seeks more talks after Okinawa governor rejects new US military base (Russia Today)

Two police shot dead in Mississippi (BBC)

Autistic teen kicked off United Airlines flight as pilot 'felt uncomfortable' (Daily Mail)

4 Countries Ground Military Transport Planes After Crash (New York Times - Paywall)

Houthis Accept Saudi Offer of Five-Day Truce in Yemen (NBC News)

VE Day Britain parties to celebrate victory over the Nazis 70 years ago (Daily Mail)

Two Charged in Murders of Mississippi Police Officers (Newsweek Magazine)

Yemen faces humanitarian catastrophe' (Financial Times - Paywall)

Turning point in treatment of ovarian cancer that kills a woman every two hours (Daily Mail)

RAF grounds military transport planes after Airbus A400M crashes in Spain (Daily Mail)

V-Day interactive map: How world victory over Nazis in WWII was celebrated in Russia and beyond (Russia Today)

South Africa opposition set for first black leader (Channel4)

9 views: What stunning UK election result tells us (CNN)

Finally meeting his Waterloo: Napoleonic wars buff finishes epic battle model after 40 years (PHOTOS) (Russia Today)

Who will England pick for World Cup? (BBC)

Cameron must go further - Sturgeon (BBC)

BBC Young Dancer: First winner named (BBC)

Yemen inches towards ceasefire (BBC)

Five Dead in Swiss Shooting Rampage: Police (NBC News)

5 police killed in former ethnic flashpoint in Macedonia (CNN)

The Nigerian military is so broken, its soldiers are refusing to fight (Washington Post - Paywall)

Why were UK political polls so wrong? (CNN)

WWII allies boycott Russias Victory Day (CBS News)

Two police officers shot in Mississippi, suspects in custody (Russia Today)

Sniper fire, explosions: 8 Macedonian police dead after clashes in Albanian district (Russia Today)

Moscow marks 70 years since WW2 victory (CNN)

Russia Shows Off Ordnance in Victory Day Parade (New York Times - Paywall)

Echo-location 'needs two good ears' (BBC)

Inside the world of Ghana's internet fraudsters (BBC)

Election may set U.K. on path to a split, isolation (Washington Post - Paywall)

Four Killed as Military Transport Plane Crashes in Spain (New York Times - Paywall)

North Korea stirs tensions with claim of new capability (CBS News)

Four Killed as Airbus A400M Military Plane Crashes in Spain (Newsweek Magazine)

Deadly military plane crash in Spain (CBS News)

Speeding driver who undertook police car said he was rushing to S Club 7 concert (Daily Mail)

Sei whales found dead in Chile and cause of death is unknown (Daily Mail)

Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak and his two sons sentenced to three years in jail (Daily Mail)

U.S. military base security tightens as terror concerns grow (CBS News)

North Korea says it has test-fired a missile from a submarine, a first (Washington Post - Paywall)

Why Do We Listen to Less Pop Music as We Get Older? (Newsweek Magazine)

North Korea Claims Test-Fire of Ballistic Missile From Submarine (Newsweek Magazine)

Will Connor tracks down mystery girl who her left purse in his car FORTY years ago (Daily Mail)

Why the MTA Can't Be the Offensiveness Police' (Newsweek Magazine)

Mubarak Sentenced to Three Years in Corruption Case Retrial (Newsweek Magazine)

Mubarak jailed for three years in retrial (Financial Times - Paywall)

Russia Flexes Military Might as Foreign Leaders Stay Away From V-E Parade (Newsweek Magazine)

Could ants and lizards transform the world of work? (CNN)

First female F-35 pilot takes flight (CNN)

When two princesses celebrated VE Day (CNN)

Vintage World War II planes fly over D.C. (CBS News)

Saudi Arabia will begin cease-fire in Yemen on Tuesday (Washington Post - Paywall)

WorldViews: Why China is removing crosses from hundreds of churches (Washington Post - Paywall)

After British election, opposition is left hunting for new leaders and direction (Washington Post - Paywall)

Cameron faces task to defuse nationalism (Financial Times - Paywall)

Britain's election night from #BigRedBus (CNN)

Saudis announce 5-day Yemen ceasefire (Financial Times - Paywall)

A baffled American's take on the UK election (BBC)

Election 2015: The day after the night before (BBC)

WorldViews: Is David Cameron Britain's Netanyahu? (Washington Post - Paywall)

WorldViews: Don't forget how the Soviet Union saved the world from Hitler (Washington Post - Paywall)

WorldViews: 4 ways the British elections have changed everything (Washington Post - Paywall)

Election 2015: The results in pictures (BBC)

Drama at the only place North and South Koreans meet (CNN)

Why China's slowdown matters (BBC)

Farkhunda Malikzada murder: 'The day Kabul changed' (Channel4)

May Day mayhem (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

The first man of Silicon Valley (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Bollywood star Salman Khan jailed for five years (Channel4)

A rare look inside North Korea's DMZ (CNN)

Why was CNN invited back to North Korea? (CNN)

Fifty Thai police 'punished' over trafficking camp discovery (Channel4)

Bahamas police launch manhunt after Briton killing (Channel4)

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

Caravan, A Great British Love Story (BBC)

Why rioting makes things worse (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

The reason why Americans are joining ISIS (CNN)

Fighting the secret plot to make the world richer (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Forty years on (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Egypt's Morsi Gets 20 Years (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Why Iran is brimming with optimism (CNN)

Hope arrives amid carnage in Yemen (CNN)

British Teenager Held Over Anzac Plot (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

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

A bad day for women (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Lights, camera, election (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

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

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