The World This Weekend with Martina Fitzgerald

The World This Weekend wraps up the day's events and looks to the week ahead, bringing Canadians the latest developments in key stories.

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Updated Canadians among Mount Everest climbers hit by quake, avalanche video
An Indian army mountaineering team found 18 bodies on Mount Everest on Saturday, an army spokesman said, after a massive earthquake in Nepal unleashed an avalanche on the world's tallest mountain at the start of the main climbing season.
Updated Nepal earthquake deaths hit nearly 1,400 video
A powerful earthquake struck Nepal on Saturday, killing more than 1,300 people across a swath of four countries as violent trembles collapsed houses, levelled centuries-old temples and triggered avalanches on Mount Everest.
Gallipoli: fallen soldiers honoured 100 years after WWI campaign video
Many gathered on a peninsula in Turkey marking the exact moment 100 years ago when thousands of Allied soldier made an ill-fated invasion to clear a naval route from the Mediterranean to Istanbul to take the Ottomans out of the war.
Royal Baby 2: The risks and rewards of being 'the spare' to the throne
As the No. 2 royal baby after big brother Prince George, the second child of Prince William and Kate can expect of life of perks. But being the spare to an heir to the throne can also mean a tougher time finding a role in life.
Freddie Gray should have received medical attention before arrest: Baltimore police
Baltimore police say Freddie Gray should have received medical care before he was put in a police van. The 25-year-old black man died of a spinal injury a week after he was arrested and transported in a police van.