Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste was released from a Cairo jail today and has left Egypt for his native Australia after 400 days in prison.
A 72-year-old man who was rescued off Lavernock Point near Penarth today has died.
Two lifeboats and a Sea King helicopter were sent to rescue him just after midday.
The man was taken to the University Hospital of Wales but he's since passed away. South Wales Police believe it was an accident.
Donations to the fund set up for disabled pensioner Alan Barnes has passed a quarter of a million pound mark.
Earlier today, Barnes met Katie Cutler, a local 21-year-old who set up the web page to try and raise £500. He said he was overwhelmed by people's generosity.
Al Jazeera journalist Sue Turton, who was among those sentenced to 10 years in prison by the Egyptian court of "falsifying news", has called on the Egyptian government to release Egyptian-Canadian Mohamed Fahmy and Egyptian Baher Mohamed.
Her comments are reflected by the news company, who said they will fight until all three of their staff are freed.
Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste has been freed from captivity in Egypt, after 400 days of detention, and is on his way home to his native Australia.
His release has been welcomed by journalists, rights groups and campaigners across the world, but there is growing concern about the fate of Baher Mohamed, the only Egyptian in the group of three. Richard Pallot reports.
Colleagues of freed Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste, who had been held in Egyptian prison for 400 days, have spoken of their delight at his release.
Heather Allan, of Al Jazeera English, told ITV News they were "absolutely delighted" to hear that he had been flown to Australia, and said the newsroom had broken out in applause upon hearing the news.
Amnesty International said they were happy to hear about the release of Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste, but remained concerned for Baher Mohamed, and Mohamed Fahmy, his colleagues who remain in prison.
Speaking to Political Correspondent Libby Wiener, Nicholas Piachaud also said it was important to remember that the case of the journalists was just the "tip of the iceberg" and that thousands of people across Egypt were imprisoned simply for questioning authorities or protesting peacefully.
A body found in a lake in Dorset had been formally identified as missing mother-of-four Samantha Henderson, police have confirmed.
The body was discovered in the lake at Ham Common in Poole on Friday.
The last confirmed reported sighting of the 25-year-old - who has children aged six, four, two and one - was at around 3pm outside Corfe Castle Primary School more than a week ago.
A post mortem carried out on the body revealed she had suffered a violent assault, with injuries around her head and neck.
Her boyfriend Dominic Isom, 27, also of Corfe Castle, has been charged with her murder. He appeared in court on Friday and was remanded in custody until July 13, when he will appear at Winchester Crown Court.
Police are still appealing for anyone with information to come forward.