News from around the world
India: Hundreds of passengers were left stranded today after Air India bosses cancelled around 20 international flights due to a strike by pilots.
Aviation Minister Ajit Singh said today that the government would negotiate with the pilots union only after the pilots return to work.
At least 300 Air India pilots who say that they have not been paid since December have taken mass sick leave for the past four days.
Norway: The trial of right-wing extremist Anders Behring Breivik was briefly interrupted today when the brother of one of his 77 victims hurled a shoe at the confessed mass killer.
He yelled: "Go to hell," before being escorted from the courtroom.
It was the first outburst from the normally subdued crowd at the terror trial in Oslo's district court since the proceedings began in mid-April.
A Swedish journalist who was in the court room said: "Some of the spectators clapped their hands. Some yelled 'Bravo.' Many others started crying."
Uruguay: A 19-year-old man presented evidence of his alleged sexual abuse at the hands of six Uruguayan former UN peacekeepers in 2011 to a judge yesterday.
The Haitian man identified the suspects, answered questions and received a medical examination during the closed session in Uruguay's capital.
Judges have about two months to decide if the case merits a trial.
Cambodia: More than 500 villagers today gathered to mourn the death of a prominent environmentalist.
The activist was shot by a policeman last month after investigating illegal logging.
Cermony organiser Ou Virak said: "We want to send a very clear message to the illegal loggers that we are not afraid of them."
Fire Minister Brandon Lewis probably had a fair idea what Sir Ken Knight would deliver when he asked him to conduct an "independent" report into fire and rescue services in England.
As LGBT activists worldwide celebrate anti-homophobia day we are reminded of prevailing prejudice
Bradford has seen the launch of a new campaign to battle the sources of child sex exploitation - and combat far-right bids to make it a racial issue