England fast bowler Steven Finn is ruled out of the first Test against Pakistan with a stress injury to his left foot.
The administration of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has shown no signs of backing off the statewide prohibition on hydraulic fracturing the Democrat announced at the end of last year.
Funerals are being held in Turkey for victims of the bombings in Ankara which claimed almost 100 lives.
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko wins his fifth term with a landslide 83.5% of the vote - but international monitors say there were serious shortcomings.
A court in Egypt orders the release of the two sons of ousted former President Hosni Mubarak, five months after they are convicted of embezzlement.
Social network giant Facebook paid just £4,327 in corporation tax in 2014, its latest UK results show.
A toddler in the Philippines has become an internet star in her own country, thanks to her online cheerleading videos.
Neverland 3D-fantasy film Pan fails to reach the top of the North American box office chart, despite much promotion and its $150m (£98m) cost.
Five Air France employees are arrested following violent scenes at the company's headquarters in Roissy last week.
The mayor of a town in western Guatemala is lynched by a group of residents who accused him of ordering an attack on his political rival.
A series of tongue-in-cheek Ladybird books for adults by the writers of Miranda, including titles such as The Shed and The Husband, are to be published.
The former chief of China's biggest oil firm, Jiang Jiemin, is sentenced to 16 years in prison for accepting bribes, state media say.
Two men die in a crash on the M1 after one of the drivers reportedly drove the wrong way along the carriageway.
Actor Randy Quaid is due to appear in court over a California vandalism case after being arrested on Friday as he tried to enter the US from Canada.
Chinese police have arrested hackers after the US government supplied them with a list of cybercrime suspects, the Washington Post reports.
John McManus reports on a London church offering HIV tests to the black African community.
Why Syrian refugees are going home to a war zone
Russia summoned a UK diplomat to explain reports that RAF pilots had been authorised to shoot down Russian aircraft in the Middle East.
South Korea announces controversial plans to control the history textbooks used in secondary schools, sparking criticism from some academics and students.
Steve Mackay, the saxophonist who appeared on the Stooges' 1970 LP Fun House, has died aged 66.