World headlines with summaries.
The anonymous source behind the leak of the Panama Papers has spoken for the first time, offering to help law authorities make prosecutions in return for immunity.
North Korea is holding its most important political gathering in decades, as leader Kim Jong-un seeks to cement his status and chart a vision for the future. (AUDIO)
A New Zealander who fled the ravaging Alberta fire with his young family says he can't imagine there will be anything for them to go back to. (AUDIO)
An air strike on a Syrian refugee camp that reportedly killed at least 28 people could amount to a war crime, a senior UN official says.
Britain's Labour Party has suffered losses in regional and local elections, especially in Scotland.
Disgraced Australian wellness advocate Belle Gibson, who claimed to have cured herself of cancer through alternative medicine is facing legal action.
About 8000 people who fled north of fire-ravaged Fort McMurray in Canada are being airlifted, and it is hoped the motorway south will allow a further 17,000 to escape. (VIDEO, AUDIO, COMMENTS)
Former US presidents George H W Bush and George W Bush will not endorse Trump, and the highest ranking Republican says he cannot currently support him. (COMMENTS)
A renowned Russian conductor has led a concert in the ruins of Palmyra in Syria, which were recaptured from the Islamic State in March.
Turkey's Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu will stand down at an extraordinary congress of his ruling party this month, local media has reported.
A wildfire in Canada which has forced 88,000 people to evacuate and destroyed 1600 buildings is now threatening its airport and communities 50 kilometres south.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has confirmed he would consider former rivals Ted Cruz as his vice-presidential candidate.
United Nations Refugee Agency has called for the immediate transfer of refugees and asylum seekers out of the Australian-run detention camps on both Manus Island and Nauru.
Donald Trump's last remaining challenger for the Republican Party presidential nomination, John Kasich, has dropped out of the race. (AUDIO, COMMENTS)
An environment group is accusing Greenpeace and World Wildlife Fund of racism for supporting the hunting of polar bears. (AUDIO)
Two men who say Kenyan police forced them to undergo anal examinations to prove were gay are calling for the tests to be declared unconstitutional.
Prince's team requested emergency help from an addiction specialist, and a doctor was there when his body was found, the medic's lawyer was revealed.
An uncontrolled wildfire is spreading in the Canadian city of Fort McMurray, forcing 60,000 residents to flee for safety. (AUDIO)
ANALYSIS: Donald Trump crushed Ted Cruz in the Indiana primary and left him no feasible way to the nomination. Phil Smith maps the Senator's decline and fall. (VIDEO)
Ted Cruz has dropped out of the Republican race for the US presidency, after Donald Trump thumped him in the Indiana primary. (COMMENTS)