A gay rights activist was murdered outside of a bar last week in Halifax, Nova Scotia, after reportedly attempting to break up a fight between two men. Members of the community have come out to honor Raymond Taavel's memory.
Israel is deporting hundreds of foreign activists detained after the deadly raid on an aid flotilla trying to break its blockade of Gaza. The BBC's Jon Donnison in Gaza describes the kind of aid the activists were trying to deliver.p
From May 20-21, world leaders will meet in Chicago to discuss the future of NATO. It will be the first time a NATO summit has been held anywhere in the United States other than Washington D.C. While the city looks at the event as an opportunity to show it's worth, many will engage in anti-war protests during the conference to demonstrate their disagreement with recent NATO involvements.
The Glazer family is not very popular in Britain right now: they're facing a Manchester United fan revolt. They're accused of taking over the team to use as a cash cow to pay off their debts. Marco Werman talks with the BBC's Andy Green.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange on Tuesday asked Ecuador for asylum. Police in London said he will be arrested for violating the terms of his bail, but for the moment he's protected at the country's embassy in London. Assange said he ultimately fears eventual extradition to the United States and a politically motivated trial.
Tanzania's recently become known for something macabre ? the killings and mutilations of members of Tanzania's albino population. They're spurred by a lucrative trade in albino body parts for witchdoctor rituals. The World's Jeb Sharp reports.
When Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are trying to up their appeal to Latino voters, they'll often try on a few words of Spanish. But, perhaps too often, those words don't come out the same way they sound in the candidates' head. And that can be a problem.
In Colombia, the man who led the successful military campaign against the Marxist FARC rebels is now leading in the polls ahead of Sunday's presidential election. Correspondent John Otis has the story.