Here’s a brief look at some of the top news stories around the world for April 6, 2015.
Fraternity to sue Rolling Stone after 'Rape on Campus' story
The Phi Kappa Psi fraternity at the University of Virginia says it is moving forward with a lawsuit for "reckless reporting" against Rolling Stone magazine following the now-retracted "Rape on Campus" story. This came one day after the magazine published an external review of the editorial process that led to the article being published.
[Read more from The Washington Post]
Final arguments in Boston Marathon bombing trial
Both sides presented their closing arguments in the Boston Marathon bombing trial Monday. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev faces numerous charges related to the April 2013 bombing and subsequent manhunt.
[Read more from The Boston Globe]
Kenya says it has bombed 2 al-Shabaab camps in Somalia
The air force in Kenya has destroyed two al-Shabaab camps in Somalia, although the Islamist group denied it was hit. This was the first major military response since the group massacred 148 people at a Kenyan university last week.
[Read more on Reuters]
Jeb Bush laughs off checking 'Hispanic' on voter registration form
Jeb Bush, a likely Republican presidential candidate for 2016, laughed off the report that he mistakenly listed his ethnicity as "Hispanic" on a 2009 voter registration form. Bush is white, but his wife Columba, who was born in Mexico, and children are Hispanic.
[Read more from CNN]