Here’s a brief look at some of the top news stories around the world for May 14, 2015.
Lawyer: Amtrak engineer has no memory of crash
As the probe into Wednesday's deadly train derailment in Philadelphia deepens, a lawyer representing engineer Brandon Bostian says his client suffered a concussion and has no memory of the crash.
[Read more from Washington Post]
Tom Brady to appeal NFL's 'Deflategate' punishment
New England Patriots quarterback is appealing the four-game suspension handed down to him by the National Football League through the NFL Players Association, which is calling for a neutral third party to weigh in on the matter.
[Read more from CNN]
Death toll in Philippines factory fire hits 72
With the number of dead climbing, Philippine authorities open a criminal investigation into the blaze at a rubber slipper plant near Manila. Relatives of workers reportedly say barred windows prevented the victims from escaping.
[Read more from Fox News]