Source: BBC World
An outbreak of the deadly H5N1 strain of bird flu kills four peacocks and a goose in an Islamabad zoo.
The American Episcopal church is given till September to comply with demands on its attitude to homosexuality.
At least 10 people are killed in the heaviest fighting in the Somali capital Mogadishu this year.
US Vice-President Dick Cheney arrives in Tokyo to discuss regional security issues and Iraq.
Nato troops in Bosnia search the homes of the children of indicted war criminal Radovan Karadzic.
A baby believed to have spent the shortest time in her mother's womb is set to leave hospital in the US.
Police in India issue images of two men they believe got off a train minutes before a deadly bomb attack.
The Sri Lankan air force bombs a Tamil Tiger rebel training camp in the north, says defence ministry.
The Red Cross says a measles epidemic in North Korea has killed four people and infected some 3,000.
Colombia's head names a new foreign minister, weeks after he escaped from six years as a captive of Farc rebels.