ITV News has obtained CCTV footage of a man described by Thai police as the "prime suspect" in the murder of two British tourists on the island resort of Koh Tao. Police in Thailand are questioning three migrant workers from Burma over the killings.
A helicopter which crashed near Flamborough Head was a private flight from Durham Tees Valley Airport, it is reported.
The flight was heading for Humberside Airport.
Paul Litten, commercial director for the airport, told the Scunthorpe Telegraph:
Details about the number of people aboard the helicopter are yet to be revealed.
Energy firm EDF has told its employees that "uncertainties" remain about the impact Scottish independence would have on its operations.
In an email to its 15,000 UK staff, chief executive officer Vincent de Rivaz said the company was "not policy neutral" in the debate over Scotland's future and warned of the risks of leaving the union.
He said workers who have a vote face an "enormous responsibility" and that the outcome "will affect" EDF Energy.
Mr de Rivaz said that both power stations will "remain in Scotland whatever the outcome," but insisted key questions remain unanswered, including over regulation of the industry.
The Air Accidents Investigations Branch (AAIB) has dispatched a team to the site of a helicopter crash in East Yorkshire.
UN aid agency Unicef has launched an appeal to raise $200m to fight the Ebola outbreak in west Africa.
It is part of a broader appeal from governments and other humanitarian groups for almost $1 billion to fight the disease.
Unicef, which is responsible for the welfare of children in emergency situations, estimates that 8.5 million children and people under the age of 20 live in affected areas in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia
Afshan Khan, Unicef's Director of Emergency Programmes, said: “It is closing schools, destroying health systems and threatening the very fabric of communities. This is a crisis of enormous proportions.”
An angry mob outside the Ukrainian parliament in Kiev has been shown on camera throwing a MP into a rubbish bin.
Vitaly Zhuravsky is seen in the footage being jostled by the group, who then throw him into the metal container before throwing a tyre and an unknown liquid on him.
A woman at the scene is then heard saying in Russian: "Boys, let me kick him at least one time."
Eye-witness Chris Palmer said he heard a loud "crack" and the helicopter disappeared out of sight behind the cliffs. He told BBC Radio 5 Live:
Chris Feast, from Flamborough Head Golf Club, said a number of golfers had spotted a helicopter trying to land near the 17th green and then reported hearing a "loud bang and crash".
Humberside Police say emergency services were called to reports that a helicopter was in the sea off the coast of Flamborough.