9 May 2013
Last updated at 15:10
After 26 years in charge, Sir Alex Ferguson announces he will retire as Manchester United manager at the end of the season.
Activists demonstrate against Bangladesh's war crimes tribunal after it sentences leading opposition figure Muhammad Kamaruzzaman to death for crimes against humanity during the 1971 war of independence.
A top US official in Libya during the 2012 attack on the Benghazi consulate, Gregory Hicks, gives his first public account of the incident before a House of Representatives committee. US Envoy Christopher Stevens and three other Americans were killed. Mr Hicks dismissed the idea that the attack by militants was spontaneous.
Fighters from the PKK Kurdish rebel group begin leaving south-eastern Turkey for their safe havens in Iraq as part of a long-awaited ceasefire.
Russian marines march along Red Square during a Victory Day parade marking the end of WWII.
As Pakistani politician Imran Khan continues to recover after a fall during election campaigning, a street vendor offers badges depicting the former cricketer. Mr Khan is due to address a rally for his centre-right Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party from his Lahore hospital bed.
Tens of thousands of students in Chile resume their protests for free education with marches in major cities.
Felix DeJesus, the father of kidnap victim Gina DeJesus, hugs family members during his daughter's homecoming in Cleveland, Ohio. She, along with Michelle Knight and Amanda Berry, were held for about a decade in a Cleveland house before their rescue on Monday.
Scientists at Chester Zoo in England say their work has achieved a rhino baby boom. They have been carefully weighing and analysing rhino dung on a daily basis to monitor the hormone levels of females to find the best time for mating.
David Bowie's latest music video, which stars British actor Gary Oldman and French film star Marion Cotillard, is temporarily pulled from YouTube over its graphic content.