An update from London on some of the international stories we expect to develop on Tuesday:
N. Korea threatens military action: Pyongyang has accused the South Korean navy of trespassing into its waters and threatened to retaliate with military action, the Yonhap news agency has said.
Unrest spreads in Jamaica: ViolenceÂ related toÂ the planned extradition to the United States of an alleged drug kingpin has continued, with police saying a number of people died in an attack on the suspect's stronghold in the west of the capital Kingston. Full story
Thaksin faces terrorism charges: A Thai court has issued a warrant against the country's ousted prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra on terrorism charges connected with the violent clashes that crippled Bangkok for weeks, the former prime minister's lawyer said. Full story
Queen to open UK Parliament: Queen Elizabeth is headed to theÂ UK Parliament in a special, where she is to open the new session with her highly anticipated Queen's Speech. Full story
Data recorder found at crash site: Authorities have recovered the data recorder from the charred wreckage of the Air India plane that crashed in the southern Indian city of Mangalore over the weekend killing 158 people, police said Tuesday. Full story
Serena leads of seeded winners: Top seed Serena Williams is through to the second round of the French Open after a straight sets win over Switzerland's Stefanie Voegele. Full story