Floyd Mayweather beat Manny Pacquiao to become the unified WBA, WBC and WBO welterweight champion at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
Across the world rallies have marked International Workers' Day on 1 May, but many marches have been marred with violence as anger at governments and the authorities has spread.
Demonstrators torched cars and smashed bank windows during a protest against the opening of Milan's Expo 2015.
Thousands of police manned barricades and closed streets to stop demonstrations at Taksim.
Photographer recreates photos taken as the Soviet army entered Hitler's shattered capital in 1945.
People in remote regions of Nepal have had to walk 20 miles or more over mountainous paths to get help.
AFP photographer Bülent Kiliç wins The John Faber Award for his series on the anti-government protests in Kiev.
Reuters photographer Asmaa Waguih documents women Kurdish fighters on Mount Sinjar in Iraq.
A teenager has been rescued from the rubble of a hotel in Kathmandu, five days after the earthquake.
Entire villages have been reduced to piles of stone and splintered wood.
Baltimore is two cities: the crime-ridden area from The Wire, and a gleaming city on the waterfront.
Police fired tear gas and water cannon at protesters in Bujumbura after President Nkurunziza said he'd run again.
Australian death row convict Andrew Chan has married his girlfriend in prison, a day before his possible execution.
Getty Images photographer Dan Kitwood travelled to Lampedusa to photograph and talk to some of the recent arrivals.
Many of those injured and killed by the powerful earthquake in Nepal were children.