- Prince Harry met with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to promote the Invictus Games, which will be held in Canada next week.
- Channel 4 beat rival interest from ITV to grab rights to broadcast 10 races a season between 2016 and 2018.
- The fund's chief says global economies still face substantial risks and that "continued monetary policies and improved financial stability" constitute the best course.
- Costa Rica's Ministry of Justice and Peace posted a mugshot online of the bird, using the headline "narcopaloma," meaning "drugs dove."
- The Queen will lead the events, joined by the Duke of Edinburgh, Prime Minister David Cameron and former prisoners of war.
- Less than a month ago a coroner ruled that neglect had played a part in the deaths of the soldiers.
- After agreeing to part with the Financial Times, the U.K. publishing outfit Pearson is negotiating the sale of its stake in the group that produces the Economist.
- The announcement that Jim Murphy will resign came despite him surviving a vote of no confidence at a meeting of the party's national executive in Glasgow.
- As the official death toll from the earthquake nears 2,000, aftershocks measuring magnitude 6.8 struck the country Sunday.