There has been anger in the Sikh community as it was revealed a British officer was sent to advise India before the Amritsar attack.
The nuclear agreement between Western powers and Iran was broadly welcomed by politicians, former world leaders and Middle East experts.
Sri Lanka is putting on a show ahead of Friday's Commonwealth summit - but it is being overshadowed by accusations of human rights abuses.
Foreign Secretary William Hague has said the "sovereignty and territorial integrity" of Ukraine has been violated by Russia.
Mr Hague, who is now travelling to Kiev, says he aims to do "everything we can to calm tensions" during his visit.
Britain has pulled out of preparatory talks due to be held in the coming days for the G8 summit in Sochi over Russia's military activity in Ukraine, Foreign Office officials have said.
Prime Minister David Cameron said no ministers would be attending from the UK in the wake of the crisis.
Foreign Secretary William Hague has said that Russian action in Ukraine is a "potentially grave threat" to sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity.
We oppose decision to deploy Russian troops on Ukrainian soil against wishes of #Ukraine gov and condemn any act of aggression
UK has called urgent meeting of UNSC on #Ukraine today and we support emergency meeting of EU Foreign Affairs Council
We support Ukrainian gov's request for urgent consultations in accordance with 1994 Budapest Memorandum signed by UK, US, Russia, #Ukraine
The Russian Ambassador has been summoned to the Foreign Office William Hague has tweeted:
Russian Ambassador has been summoned to the Foreign Office over #Ukraine
Mr Hague is travelling to Kiev for discussions tomorrow with interim leaders.
Foreign Secretary William Hague said the United Kingdom and the US "see the crisis in Ukraine in exactly the same way" after meeting his American counterpart John Kerry in Washington.
Mr Hague said that the territorial integrity of the country is extremely important and said both he and Mr Kerry appeal on the new Ukrainian leaders to form an "inclusive government."
William Hague is due to hold talks with US Secretary of State John Kerry about the ongoing situation in Ukraine, after Russia questioned the legitimacy of the country's interim leadership.
Mr Hague has warned that Ukraine faces imminent economic collapse without support from the international community and Washington, and the Foreign Secretary is due to meet representatives from the International Monetary Fund in Washington to discuss the country's financial plight.
Russian prime minister Dmitry Medvedev said authorities in the country had taken power as a result of "armed mutiny".
An arrest warrant has been issued for ousted president Viktor Yanukovich who has reportedly fled to a pro-Russian area.
There are still many dangers for Ukraine after its parliament voted to dismiss President Viktor Yakunovich, the Foreign Secretary has said.
Speaking to the BBC's Andrew Marr Show, William Hague said: "The political situation, even among the opposition is very complex. It's clearly been a very divided country, the position and whereabouts of Mr Yakunovich is not clear, so there are many dangers.
"They need an economic programme that the rest of us through the International Monetary Fund and other institutions can support so they can stave of an even more serious economic situation", he said.
Asked if there was a chance that Russia would intervene, Mr Hague said: "We are talking to the Russians. It's very important for us to try and continue to persuade Russia that this needn't not be a zero-sum game [...] It's not in the interests of Russia".
Foreign Secretary William Hague has spoken to Poland's Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski about the ongoing situation in Ukraine:
The "barbaric" use of barrel bombs in Syria must end, William Hague has said after the UN Security Council backed a resolution calling for humanitarian access to Syria to help relieve the plight of civilians caught up in the crisis.
The resolution demands an end to indiscriminate aerial bombardment and the immediate lifting of sieges by both forces loyal to President Bashar Assad and the opposition.
– Foreign Secretary William Hague
This is a vital step towards ensuring that humanitarian aid reaches millions of Syrians in desperate need of help, including those who have been denied their basic human right to food and medical aid.
The adoption of this resolution, on the initiative of the UK and our close partners, sends a clear message that the Assad regime cannot be allowed to starve hundreds of thousands of its own people into submission.
We will not hesitate to return to the Security Council if the Assad regime fails to meet the demands in this resolution.
Welcome Security Council breakthrough on #Syria. We will now press for full access so aid can reach every Syrian who needs it