The CEO of the company that owns 'dating-for-adulterers' website Ashley Madison is stepping down, Avid Life Media have confirmed.
The senior management team will run the company until a replacement for Noel Biderman is found, the company said in a statement.
Avid Life Media has been rocked follow a huge data breach in which information from some 39 million relationships was released by hackers.
The CEO of the Refugee Council has said there "needs to be political will" to end the current forced migration crisis after the last two days saw an abandoned van in Austria discovered with 71 bodies inside and another migrant boat capsize off the coast of Libya .
Describing the events as "shocking" but "hardly surprising" Maurice Wren told ITV News it was the responsibility of EU leaders to create "safe and legal routes for people who are fleeing persecution and harm."
Great Britain's Dina Asher-Smith finished fifth in the women's 200m final at the World Championships.
Despite running a time of 22.07seconds, she missed out on the medals, as Dafne Schippers took gold.