The pressure will be on the referee at the lucrative Mayweather v Pacquiao fight - BBC presenter Matthew Amroliwala finds out how hard it is to adjudicate.
Residents of a Philippine island are asked to switch appliances off on Sunday to conserve power for boxer Manny Pacquiao's big fight.
Bernie Sanders, a US senator and self-proclaimed socialist, says he is seeking the Democratic nomination for the presidency.
An investigation is underway into the massive fire at Clandon Park House in Surrey - which the National Trust says has left only one room untouched.
Investigators say they have finished recovering human remains and wreckage from the site of the MH17 plane crash in eastern Ukraine.
Investigators with the Baltimore police have finished their investigation into the death of Freddie Gray and have handed the results over to the state's attorney's office.
Airbus says it is to file criminal complaint over alleged US industrial espionage, following reports in German media - AFP.
The history of a word proving controversial over Baltimore
A group of 26 former heads of state and governments demands that the Venezuelan government release jailed opposition leaders.
Amateur video has emerged of the moment ancient temples in the Nepalese town of Bhaktapur were destroyed by an earthquake.
First Minister Carwyn Jones says he fears the Conservatives have "given up on Britain", by attacking Scotland and Wales in the election campaign.
Images of the aftermath of a fire at Grade I listed Clandon Park House.
Belgian footballer Gregory Mertens dies of heart failure, three days after collapsing during a match.
More than 100 airlines will be represented at a major conference on air routes to be staged in Belfast.
Great Britain's double Olympic champion Mo Farah will run in the 1500m at the Birmingham Grand Prix on 7 June.
Shaun Murphy opens up a 6-2 lead over Barry Hawkins in the semi-final of the World Championship at the Crucible.
Newcastle boss John Carver is to meet two disgruntled fans "for a cup of tea" to discuss their grievances.
Modifying the DNA of embryos is a "line that should not be crossed" and poses serious safety and ethical issues, a leading figure in US research says.
Amateur video shows climbers on Mount Everest running for cover as an avalanche triggered by the Nepal earthquake approaches their camp.
Images from the campaign trail: 30 April