Police hunting the killers of two British backpackers have carried out a number of raids on the Thai island where the pair were found murdered.
Hannah Witheridge and David Miller were discovered on a beach on Koh Tao on Monday.
Four more men are believed to have been arrested in connection with the deaths following the raids.
DNA tests have found no matches to link the two British backpackers to earlier suspects detained by Thai Police.
President Vladimir Putin said Western sanctions against Russia violate the principles of the World Trade Organization and the main way to combat them was to develop the domestic market.
Shadow Health Minister, Darren Millar, has called for a "Keogh-style" inquiry into the Welsh NHS.
He said: "The evidence is stacking up, demonstrating that all is not well in the Welsh health service and an independent inquiry could help identify problems and put them right, before it's too late.
A group of women have pleaded guilty to operating a £21 million "pyramid" scheme which left thousands of investors out of pocket.
The scheme, called Give or Take, urged women in the West Country and Wales to "beg, borrow or steal" £3,000 with the promise that they would receive a payout of £24,000 when they reached the top of their "pyramid."
Mary Nash, 65; Susan Crane, 68 and Hazel Cameron, 54, have all admitted operating and prompting the scheme at Bristol Crown Court and will be sentenced next month.
Three other women, including the scheme's chairman, were each jailed for nine months in 2012 following a trial while a further three received suspended jail terms.
Chinese tech giant Alibaba is expected to set the price of its shares in what could be a record-breaking initial public offering (IPO).
Alibaba is the online shopping leader in China, controlling four-fifths of all e-commerce in the world's second biggest economy. It handles more transactions than Amazon and eBay combined.
But unlike its western rivals, Alibaba does not own most of the goods it sells. Instead, it connects buyers with sellers - some of which offer rather unusual items.
The stock price for when the company enters New York Stock Exchange is expected to range between $66 and $68 a share due to the strong demand.
At the top end of that range, the IPO would raise almost $22 billion (£13.5 billion).
Alibaba plans to expand its business in the United States and Europe after the deal.
A woman has died in an ambulance whilst waiting in a queue outside Morriston hospital.
The patient, who hasn't been named, died this afternoon at approximately 3.40pm after being transferred from another hospital.
In a joint statement Abertawe Bro Morgannwg Health Board and the Welsh Ambulance Service said a review is being launched into what happened.
The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews is set to announce whether it will allow female members for the first time in its 260-year-old history.
Women who made a "significant contribution" to golf will be first in line to join if the club votes in favour of the move.
Existing members of the club have voted via postal ballot with the result expected later today.
A spokesman for the club said: "Over 2,400 ballot papers have been sent out and the vote is independently scrutinised by Electoral Reform Services. A simple majority is required to effect the proposed change. Should the outcome be in favour of welcoming women members the decision will take immediate effect".
No campaigner and former Prime Minister Gordon Brown cast his independence referendum vote in North Queensferry, Fife, this morning..