It was a week full of news. Stretching from the Bollywood actor Salman Khan’s trial dominating the media headlines in India to a fatal helicopter crash in Pakistan killing several diplomats of foreign countries, the week also saw shooting on the streets of Texas in United States. ScoopWhoop brings you a full package of the past week’s news in pictures.

An aerial view shows the car that was used the previous night by two gunmen, who were killed by police, as it is investigated by local police and the FBI in Garland, Texas May 4, 2015. REUTERS/Rex Curry

Bollywood actor Salman Khan sits in a car as he leaves a court in Mumbai, May 6, 2015. REUTERS/Shailesh Andrade

A man walks to a house that was damaged during an airstrike carried out by the Saudi-led coalition in Faj Attan village, Sanaa, Yemen May 7, 2015. REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi

Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha return to 10 Downing Street after Britain’s general election, in London, May 8, 2015. Cameron’s Conservatives are set to govern Britain for another five years after an unexpectedly strong showing, but may have to grapple with renewed calls for Scottish independence after nationalists surged. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party’s member and Minister of Road Transport and Highways of India Nitin Gadkari told a gathering last Sunday that he uses his urine to water plants in his garden. REUTERS

A boy living in a makeshift shelter washes his face, after the April 25 earthquake in Kathmandu, Nepal May 8, 2015. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar

Pakistani army soldiers carry a coffin wrapped in the Norwegian flag of a victim of a helicopter crashed in Gilgit, after arriving at the Nur Khan air base in Islamabad May 9, 2015. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood

A doctor attends to a newborn baby in a special care unit at a hospital in Sanaa, Yemen May 7, 2015. A shortage of fuel has crippled hospitals and food supplies in recent weeks in Yemen, and the U.N.’s World Food Programme has said its fuel needs have leapt from 40,000 liters a month to 1 million litres. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah

The devastating earthquake that rocked Nepal on April 25 not only killed thousands but may have also shrunk the height of the world’s tallest peak — Mount Everest — by about 2.5 cm, according to analysis of satellite data. REUTERS

Omar Khadr leaves a news conference after being released on bail in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada May 7, 2015. Khadr, a Canadian, was once the youngest prisoner held on terror charges at Guantanamo Bay. REUTERS/Todd Korol

Victims of the April 25 earthquake line up during a food and water distribution at a camp for displaced people, in Kathmandu, Nepal, May 7, 2015. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha