Thirty-six people died in a bus crash in North Korea on April 22, most of them Chinese tourists.
On April 23, the U.S. State Department warned citizens to reconsider travel plans to Nicaragua, where reports suggest over two dozen people have died during days of violent protests against President Daniel Ortega.
Armenian Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan resigned April 23 after days of protests in the streets over his alleged power grab.
A suicide bomber struck a Kabul voter registration center on April 22, killing 57 and injuring over 100 more.
Salah Abdeslam, the only surviving suspect from the 2015 Paris terror attacks, was given a 20-year jail sentence on April 23.
Britain’s Prince William and his wife, Kate Middleton, welcomed the birth of a baby boy on April 23.
South Korea shut off loudspeakers blasting propaganda along its border with North Korea on April 23 ahead of a historic summit.
Thousands gathered in Lahore, Pakistan on April 22 for a rally criticizing the military and demanding equal rights for the Pashtun ethnic minority.
Sebastian Woodroffe, 41, was killed April 19 in a remote part of Peru’s Amazon rainforest after locals accused him of fatally shooting an elderly shaman.
A Hamas weapons engineer was murdered on April 21 while going to a mosque near Kuala Lumpur.