21 November 2012
Last updated at 16:12
The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Reverend Rowan Williams, says the Church of England has "lost a measure of credibility" after rejecting the introduction of women bishops.
Overnight, Israel's military, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), said it had attacked more than 100 sites in Gaza, "of which approximately 50 were underground rocket launchers".
Twenty one people are injured in an explosion on a Tel Aviv bus, officials say, amid efforts to reach a ceasefire.
International efforts to broker a truce between Hamas and Israel continue. Pope Benedict urged Israeli and Palestinian leaders to make "courageous decisions" to end the Gaza conflict.
A Yemeni military plane has crashed in the capital, Sanaa, killing all 10 people on board, officials say.
Activists of Bajarang dal, a Hindu rights group, light firecrackers in New Delhi after Mohammad Ajmal Amir Qasab, the sole surviving gunman from the 2008 Mumbai (Bombay) attacks, was executed in prison.
Beijing's 798 Art District has about 400 galleries. BBC world affairs correspondent John Simpson says: "The only reminders of Communism are the irreverent paintings and sculptures making fun of Mao Zedong."
Pushkar's annual five-day camel and livestock fair, held in the Indian state Rajasthan, is one of the world's largest.