The 60th annual Eurovision Song Contest final is on Saturday 23 May in Vienna, Austria
Rohingya who tried to flee Myanmar in search of a better life are returning to the squalid camps they are forced to live in.
Ezra Shaw goes in search of the secret to Cuba's phenomenal Olympic boxing success, and discovers real dedication and warmth.
At least 15 people have been killed in floods and 16 missing as landslides cause building collapse.
An onshore pipeline ruptured along the California coast, spewing crude oil onto pristine beaches.
Islamic State militants have seized part of Palmyra, home to a world famous archaeological site.
Rescue workers with sniffer dogs search for bodies buried under mud and debris in Salgar, Colombia.
In pictures: Indonesian fishermen rescue more than 430 migrants who had been stranded at sea.
Southeast Asia's boat people are held in detention centres until the authorities decide what to do with them.
Kevin Frayer photographs a steam train where your fellow passengers may include poultry and pigs.
Transport for London seeks innovative uses for Down Street tube station, which closed in 1932.
Marius Jovaiša is the first artist to get government permission to fly over Cuba and photograph it from above.
Heavily armed soldiers have been deployed in Burundi to quell protests against president's bid for third term.
The red carpet was dominated with plunging necklines designed by the likes of Balmain and Tom Ford.
IBTimes UK meets members of the UK Burundian diaspora, who protest against Nkurunziza's third term.