Kevin Pietersen will not be selected for England this summer because of a "massive trust issue", according to Andrew Strauss.
David Cameron has started the first all-Conservative cabinet meeting with a short statement.
A group of 350 migrants from Myanmar tell an activist by phone that they have been abandoned at sea and need help.
As a 16-year-old is convicted over a video criticising religion and late PM Lee Kuan Yew, the BBC's Tessa Wong asks what this says about Singapore society.
Kevin Pietersen is left on 355 not out when Surrey's last man is out against Leicestershire at The Oval
One of Israel's best-known rabbis, Yoshiyahu Yosef Pinto, is sentenced to jail for attempting to bribe the head of the national fraud squad.
An investigation by Russian opposition activists concludes that more than 200 Russian soldiers died in two major battles in eastern Ukraine.
Life-sized sculptures by Antony Gormley have been placed at five beauty spots around the UK that were specially selected by the artist.
Politicians flee the Nepali parliament chamber as a second earthquake hits the country.
The El Nino weather pattern, which can drive droughts and flooding, is underway in the tropical Pacific for the first time in five years, say scientists.
Katarina Johnson-Thompson will not defend her title at the Gotzis Hypo-Meeting in Austria as she is not "sufficiently prepared".
People in Nepal and northern India flee from buildings as a second earthquake hits eastern Nepal.
Newly appointed business secretary Sajid Javid has said there will be "significant changes" to strike laws under the new Conservative government.
Yogita Limaye describes what she saw as a second major earthquake hit Nepal, just two weeks after a quake that killed more than 8,000 people.
London Mayor Boris Johnson says he would not resign as an MP if a third runway at Heathrow is approved - saying he would be better off staying in Parliament to fight it.
Maltese ex-EU Commissioner John Dalli, accused of improper links to lobbyists, loses his case against the European Commission.
European judges reject a claim from a prominent Northern Ireland republican that his detention under UK terror laws breached his human rights.
The former head of Malawi's armed forces is arrested as part of an on going investigation into government corruption known as "cashgate".
Members of Berlin Philharmonic orchestra are unable to agree on who should be their next chief conductor.
A University of Oxford campaign to raise funds for teaching and research raises £2bn, it is announced.