Egypt's military and the Muslim Brotherhood trade accusations over a deadly shooting in Cairo, crash investigators try to piece together what happened aboard fateful Flight 214, the Pope prays for migrants, and Spain's deadliest festival goes pretty well, all things considered.
The Turkish prime minister asks mediators to help end anti-government protests, North and South Korea stop talking, cash-strapped Greece switches off its state broadcaster, and the world just got a tiny bit younger.
The world wonders what to do with growing evidence that chemical weapons have been used in Syria, the Boston bombing suspect is in prison, South and North Korea just can't work together, and these men prove there's no shame in wearing a skirt.
South Korea backtracks on its claim that North Korea appeared to be preparing a nuclear test, Syria's capital is car-bombed, Chile's national poet is exhumed, and in Gaza, it's a short back and sides or nothing.
Benedict XVI gives his last ever public address as pope, Iran says it will keep talking about its nuclear program, there's a deadly shooting at a Swiss factory, and how well do you know the rules of Yeti hunting?