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Russia and Syria hold concert in Syria's Palmyra while bombs hit refugee camp in Idlib; Venezuela economy in crisis; Stones v Trump
Picture: Russian President Vladimir Putin addresses participants and guests of a Mariinsky orchestra concert in the ancient theatre of Syria's ravaged Palmyra via a video link from the Bocharov Ruchei state residence in Sochi on May 5, 2016.
Credit: MIKHAIL KLIMENTYEV/AFP/Getty
Turkey's PM Ahmet Davutoglu resigns wielding greater power to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan; Dispute over disparities in support for Israel's holocaust survivors; Concert with Russian conductor Valery Gergiev in Palmyra's Roman Theatre.
(Photo: Split photo of Turkish former Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu and President Recep Tayyip Erdogan gesturing at the podium. Credit: AFP / Adem Altanadem / Getty Images)
Anti-Trump Republicans ponder their next move; Lone migrant children in Calais; Will cannabis eventually be handed out for free in the US?
(Photo: A Donald Trump supporter insists 'the silent majority' is with him. Credit: Reuters)
Cruz drops presidential bid; EU-Turkey visa deal; Children Of Syria film.
Photograph shows Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a campaign victory party after rival candidate Senator Ted Cruz dropped out of the race following the results of the Indiana state primary. (Credit: Reuters)
Indiana Primary latest; Olympic torch relay starts amidst Rio 2016 readiness doubts; Soundcloud expands its paid streaming service.
(Photo: Senator Ted Cruz campaigning in Indiana. Credit: Joe Raedle / Getty Images)
Leicester City top English football; Baidu under investigation; Gulf of Guinea piracy.
(Photo: Leicester City's Wes Morgan and other team-mates celebrate scoring their first goal of the game. Credit: Press Association)