A new video published by Islamic State militants today shows another British hostage in captivity. The footage does not show any violence, unlike previous films released by the group.
The daughters of a woman who died waiting in an ambulance queue outside a hospital have told ITV News their mother was "treated worse than an animal".
Sonia Powell was outside Swansea's Morriston Hospital for more than half-an-hour before she died.
Daughter Tracey Evans told Rupert Evelyn, "All her daughters and my dad could not be by mother's sides in her last moments, it's absolutely disgusting the way that my mother was treated."
ITV News Wales Correspondent Rupert Evelyn reports from Swansea:
With the humid air we have currently there is a chance that some showers could turn thundery in the next few days.
But we will finally lose that humid air by Sunday and most of us will get away with a dry weekend.
ITV Weather Presenter Lucy Verasamy has the latest forecast:
British journalist John Cantlie, who appears in a new video released by Islamic State militants, has been taken hostage in Syria before.
Despite being injured in a failed escape attempt before his release the first time, Mr Cantlie chose to return a few months later.
Speaking in August 2012, he said: "We were moved at gunpoint with the weapons loaded, with the safeties off, down into another larger tent where there were two Syrian prisoners.
"We were told that we should prepare to meet our maker and at that point we decided 'this isn't going so well'."
A Latvian builder named as the prime suspect in the search for missing schoolgirl Alice Gross was convicted of murdering his wife, police have said.
Scotland Yard said it was looking for 41-year-old Arnis Zalkalns after he was identified in CCTV footage of the tow path where Alice was last seen.
Toms Sadovskis, a Latvian state police spokesman, confirmed that Zalkalns had served a custodial sentence after he was convicted of killing his wife in the country in 1998.
ITV News Correspondent Paul Davies reports from west London:
Islamic State militants have released the video of British hostage John Cantlie to engage in "strategic communications" with Western governments and the Muslim youth in those countries, a terrorism expert has said.
"They are acting as an organisation that has a strategy, and that means that they are an actor that can be influenced, and they calibrate what they do with what we do," Professor John Gearson told ITV News.
"Therefore it's a campaign - it's not merely mindless murderers who kills anyone they can find".
The secretary of The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews said he was "very pleased" that its members "voted overwhelmingly in favour of welcoming women members".
Football Association chairman Greg Dyke has confirmed he was given a £16,000 watch by the Brazilian FA but had no idea of its value and is returning the gift.
The presents were given to a representative from all 32 countries at the World Cup and Fifa today ordered that the watches needed to be returned by October 24.
The Royal and Ancient Golf Club has voted overwhelmingly to welcome women as members, it has confirmed.