Englands Richard III discovered in Leicester carpark

Archaeologists confirm that remains of the last English king to die in battle have been found, solving a 500-year mystery about the monarchs final resting place
A marquee sits over the spot where the remains of King Richard III were found in a car park in Leicester, England.\n(All images courtesy of Getty Images)
Experts said the skeleton unearthed in Leicester was proven "beyond reasonable doubt" to be that of the king.
DNA evidence from the skeleton was matched with that from Michael Ibsen, a Canadian who is a direct descendent of Richard's sister Anne of York.
The monarch's death was probably caused by one of two injuries to the base of the skull, both inflicted with a bladed weapon, said experts.
King Richard III is widely regarded as one of history's most notorious villains.
The monarch died at Bosworth on 22 August 1485, the last English king to fall in battle.