- Hosni Mubarak, the former Egyptian President, has been cleared of conspiring to kill protesters after a Cairo court dropped the charges brought against Mubarak relating to Egypt's 2011 revolution.
- Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan vows to leave 'no stone unturned' in bringing to justice people who carried out Friday's attack on a mosque in northern Nigeria that left at least 81 people dead.
- Vodafone is considering a tie up with Liberty Global according to reports; combined entity would allow Vodafone to offer quad play services (TV, broadband, landline and mobile).
- The A1 motorway in Yorkshire has been partly closed after reports of an explosion; police: 'The noise of an explosion was reported by staff from Marne Barracks at 3am today and at this stage an actual explosion site has not been located'.
Bloomberg report on Vodafone / Police statement on A1 explosion