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The White House has said if the execution of Jang Song-thaek, the uncle of the North Korean leader, is confirmed it is another example of the "extreme brutality" of the country's regime.
Officials said there was no reason to doubt KNCA's reports of the execution, but they were following developments in the country and consulting allies in the region.
Temperatures to stay milder, frost and fog free for most of the country.
More rain through the night and tomorrow morning.
Lily Allen has posted a "selfie" with Labour leader Ed Miliband on her Instagram account, writing, "#lilliband lol".
Political "selfies" seem to have become increasingly popular since David Cameron's infamous shot with US President Barack Obama and Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt at Nelson Mandela's memorial service.
Hundreds of Americans held a vigil for the victims of gun violence on the cusp of one-year anniversary of the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School, which left 20 children and 6 teachers dead.
The multi-faith service in National Cathedral in Washington DC brought together religious leaders and families of the victims of gun violence.
Many guests took to the stage, talking about their experience of losing a loved one in a gun attack.
Anthony Hardmon spoke about the pain after his 19 year-old sister Ashley was killed after being shot in the back of her head few blocks away from her home in Chicago.
Tom Sullivan showed the audience a picture of his son Alex, who died as he celebrated his 27th birthday with the midnight screening of The Dark Knight Rises in Aurora, Colorado.
A nine-year-old boy has been left with significant injuries after being attacked by a dog in Preston.
The incident occurred at 9.10am this morning.
The former wife of Nelson Mandela exclusively told ITV News she is now head of the family following his death.
Winnie Mandela said it is "the traditional right" that she becomes head of the Mandela family, adding, "It is not a case of assuming anything".
Asked whether she would now inherit the Mandela mantle politically speaking she laughed, saying: "We never even planned to be who we are in this struggle.
"It’s not for me to say, ‘Yes, here I am inheriting a political position’. No we’ve never done that.”
Watch the second part of Mark Austin's interview with Winnie Mandela on the ITV News at Ten
Winnie Mandela exclusively told ITV News her fondest memory of ex-husband Nelson Mandela was "the little time we spent together".
Ms Mandela told ITV News presenter Mark Austin: " We never really lived together ... The few moments we had together were so precious that we were lost in each other.
“I had very little time to love him and be with him because he was jailed ... he was in the treason trial, then he was in the state of emergency, then he was jailed, then he was a black pimpernel.
"We never had time to love each other as we did theoretically. That love was always expressed through pen and paper - it was a relationship that matured through black and white."