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The Brownlee brothers have helped England to another gold in Glasgow in the mixed relay triathlon, with Alistair Brownlee surging beyond the rest of the field in the final leg to win with over a minute to spare.
The US embassy staff evacuated from Tripoli travelled to Tunisia by land with security staff.
The State Department said there were no incidents during the move, which was provoked by nearby militia clashes.
The US state department has evacuated its embassy staff from Tripoli, the capital of Libya, due to security concerns.
It comes after worsening clashes between rival militias in the city, which has killed and wounded dozens and has centred around Tripoli airport.
ITV News Correspondent Dan Rivers has tweeted photos from the rubble of Gaza.
Total destruction in Shejaiya - rescuers take opportunity to look for bodies as ceasefire holds http://t.co/Es2KsuGTuT
The UN school building in the Beit Hanoun that was hit on Thursday is still burning two days on.
A group of foreign ministers have called for an extension of the 12-hour truce in Gaza after meeting in Paris.
The UK, the US, France and Germany were amongst the countries represented as top diplomats attempted to lay the groundwork for a long-term ceasefire between Israel and Hamas.
French foreign minister Laurent Fabius said: "All of us call on the parties to extend the military ceasefire that is currently underway."
Today marks the 200th anniversary of the opening of Ryde Pier - Britain's first seaside pier.
Its construction paved the way for dozens like it across the country and to this day it remains the gateway to the Isle of Wight.
ITV News reporter Sejal Karia's reports:
The parents of Fatima Dyczynski say they are convinced she is still alive because her mobile phone was ringing after the plane was downed over the Ukraine.
We're spoilt with yet more sunny, hot weather today - for most there'll be more blue sky compared to yesterday.
Across Scotland and Northern Ireland a very different feel to yesterday with thickening cloud bringing some rain in from the west through the day,
A fresher, cooler day with the cloud but hotting up again in the sunshine and a little muggy again with highs 29-30C.
People in Gaza's Shejaia neighborhood return to their homes to look for what remains of their possessions.
The Russian foreign ministry says a fresh round of EU sanctions against Russian and Ukrainian individuals will mean hampering co-operation with Moscow on security issues.
Fifteeen Russian and Ukrainian nationals have been targeted with travel bans and asset freezes, while 18 organisations have had assets frozen.
"The additional sanction list is direct evidence that the EU countries have set a course for fully scaling down cooperation with Russia over the issues of international and regional security," the ministry said in a statement