North Korea has warned the US government of 'grave consequences' if they continued to accuse the nation of involvement with the Sony cyber attack and suggested the two countries should take part in a joint investigation into the recent computer hack.
Eoin Morgan has replaced Alistair Cook as England one-day cricket captain.
The ECB announced the new captaincy today saying the appointment would take place with immediate effect.
National Selector James Whitaker said: “We spent a considerable time yesterday discussing the make up of a squad that gives England the best possible chance of success at the World Cup which begins in less than two months.
"Having reviewed the recent series against Sri Lanka we came to the conclusion that there was no place for Alastair Cook amongst our strongest 15 one-day players and therefore recommended Eoin Morgan be appointed One-Day captain.”
North Korea has warned the US government of 'grave consequences' if they refuse to take part in a joint probe into the recent Sony cyber attack.
A warning was also issued to the US to stop making accusations suggesting North Korea was involved in the attack, Korea's central news agency reports.
North Korea have proposed conducting a joint investigation with the US into the cyber attack on Sony's computer systems.
The Korean Central News Agency reports that the nation's government can prove it has nothing to do with the hacking attack.
A magnitude 5.9 earthquake has hit Japan's Honshu island.
The earthquake poses no tsunami risk, reports the Japan Meterological Agency.
Tory MEP Philip Bradbourn has died aged 63, the Conservative Party has announced. The West Midlands MEP, who had served in the European Parliament since 1999, was diagnosed with bowel cancer shortly after being re-elected in May and died last night.
Ashley Fox, leader of the Conservative MEPs, said Mr Bradbourn was a "one-off" adding that he was "a much loved character who could always be relied on for a robust intervention and a succinct summary of a political point".
Hollywood actor George Clooney has said the entertainment industry should push for immediate release of The Interview online.
Clooney told the trade site Deadline that Sony should "do whatever you can to get this movie out".