Egypt's interim prime minister wants members for his cabinet — while the police want the head of the Muslim Brotherhood, Russia draws its own conclusions about Syria, the Boston bomb suspect is due in court, and Barack Obama lets us know where he stands on broccoli.
Syria and spying are set to dominate this week's G8 summit, Turkey faces a nationwide strike, the US plays it cool with North Korea, and the strange tale of how a Super Bowl ring ended up at the Kremlin.
What's Kim Jong Un's boy doing in Beijing? Also: security experts say internet warfare is all but imminent, and - gasp - garden gnomes have been allowed back at the Chelsea Flower Show. Just this once.
A powerful explosion is reported in the center of Syria's capital, violence flares in Gaza and the West Bank, investigators try to work out whose DNA is on the Boston bombs, and has McDonald's discovered the secret of anti-aging?
South Korea raises its alert level in the face of mounting danger from North Korea, Iran feels the aftershocks of yesterday's powerful earthquake, Israel may be operating in Syria, and Imelda Marcos likes her men in drag.
It looks like nothing will stop America's automatic budget cuts now, Turkey's prime minister causes a spat with Israel and the US, Wikileaker Bradley Manning maintains he's not a traitor, and Dennis Rodman is Kim Jong Un's "friend for life."