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ITV News Africa correspondent Rohit Kachroo reports from South Africa:
12,000 people turned up for Nelson Mandela's lying in state on Wednesday. Today, the final day, there are at least 50,000.
Britain has no plans to resettle or provide temporary protection to Syrian refugees, a Home Office spokesman has said, despite receiving criticism by Amnesty International for not doing so. The spokesman added:
We are one of the highest international donors to the Syrian relief effort - our £500 million pledged so far is more than the other EU member states combined.
Germany is to offer 80% of total EU pledges to resettle Syrian refugees - just, 12,000 of the 2.3 million who have fled the country.
- 10 member states have together offered 12,000 humanitarian places to those affected by the crisis.
- 0.5% will be given places out of the 2.3 million people who have fled Syria.
- Germany has pledged to take 10,000 refugees.
- France has offered 500 places.
- Spain has pledged 30 places.
- The remaining 27 member states have offered to take 2,340 refugees.
Kim Jong-un's executed uncle has been edited from official documentaries about the North Korean leader's life.
Jang Song-thaek, previously considered the second most powerful man in the country, could be seen in the background of a documentary on Kim's military inspection trips that aired on October 28.
However, when the documentary was repeated on Saturday Jang had vanished - he had been cut out of the shot.
The International Development Secretary Justine Greening has said that Britain would provide a further £60 million to help Syrian refugees to get through one of the harshest winters yet.
Ms Greening said earlier this week that the cash will go towards winter tents, shelter materials, warm clothing and heaters for thousands of families, as well as clean water, food, heating fuel and healthcare for refugees in Syria and neighbouring countries.
She warned of fears that this will be "the worst winter yet" because of severe weather conditions and crowded refugee camps susceptible to rapid spread of life-threatening illnesses such as pneumonia.
Thousands of mourners have lined the streets of Pretoria to pay their respects to Nelson Mandela where he is lying in state for a third and final day.
The European Union has "miserably failed" to play its part in providing a safe haven for Syrian refugees, the secretary general of Amnesty International has said today.
Salil Shetty added:
Across the board European leaders should hang their heads in shame.
The EU must open its borders, provide safe passage and halt these deplorable human rights violations.
Nearly a quarter of the arrests were for violent attacks, along with 95 allegations of rape, 214 sex offences, and 480 robberies.
The figures show that 8,511 have been arrested since 2011, but the numbers are likely to be higher because West Midlands Police and Gwent Police failed to answer the freedom of information request.
Half of the investigations into sex offences involving child suspects were discontinued, while a quarter were dealt with outside of court through warnings, reprimands and cautions.
The UK has been criticised by a human rights charity for failing to resettle vulnerable Syrian refugees.
Amnesty International said the Government should "hang its head in shame" for not opening its borders to the some of the millions of people displaced by continuing violence in Syria.
The UK is one of a number of EU countries who have offered no resettlement or humanitarian places, Amnesty added.
The Government says it has no plans to plans to resettle or provide temporary protection to Syrians, but would consider individual asylum claims.