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The fate of an Israeli soldier is a new and potentially dangerous focus of the conflict in Gaza.
More than sixty people were killed in violence today, the majority of whom where Palestinian civilians, after a 72 hour truce was shattered after just three three hours.
Amid the renewed violence were persistent reports that Hamas had captured an Israeli soldier during fighting around a Hamas tunnel. Neither they nor Israel have confirmed it but, in the last few hours, President Obama talked of the need for Hamas to 'release' him.
Middle East Correspondent Geraint Vincent reports from Tel Avivi
With Gareth Bale, Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade Chamberlaine in the side, the Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger thinks that Southampton FC could have gone on to win the Champions League.
Instead the team's best players have all left and fans are worried about the season ahead.
ITV Sports Correspondent Ian Payne reports
The World Health Organisation moved to combat an "unprecedented outbreak" of the Ebola Virus in West Africa.
The Director-general of WHO Margaret Chan, said the disease was moving faster than efforts to control it after launching a $100 million response plan, adding "tough measures" will be needed to stop it.
ITV News correspondent Martha Fairlie reports
Usain Bolt has praised everything about Glasgow including the weather, according to Rob Harris, a sports reporter with The Associated Press.
Usain Bolt on Glasgow: "Everything has been good for me so far - just (not) the weather."
Usain Bolt helped his Jamaica team to first place in the qualifying heat of the 4x100 relay.
The eight time Olympic champion powered home to help make sure his team into tomorrow's final with a time of 36.84.
US President Barack Obama has admitted that his country tortured people in the wake of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks but said they were contrary to American values.
Speaking at a news conference Obama said the White House turned over a declassified report to the Senate on Friday about the techniques that shows the agency went too far in interrogations after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.
He said: "We did a whole lot of things that were right, but we tortured some folks. We did some things that were contrary to our values."
The US leader added the techniques were used because the United States was afraid more attacks were imminent.
He said: "It's important for us not to feel too sanctimonious in retrospect about the tough job that those folks had. A lot of those folks were working hard under enormous pressure and are real patriots."
Steve Lewis became the first Englishman to win a Commonwealth gold in the pole vault.
Having won bronze in 2006 and bagged silver in Delhi four years ago, the 28-year-old completed the Commonwealth set on a sunny night at Hampden Park.
The British champion's jump of 5.55 metres - 27cm shy of his personal best - proved enough after a tense clash with countryman Luke Cutts.
US President Obama condemned the reported capture of an Israeli soldier by Hamas militants "moments" after the agreed 72 hour ceasefire.
Speaking from Washington, he said if Hamas were serious about peace, the soldier needed to be released immediately, and without conditions.
He said the loss of civilian life that has occurred over the past three weeks was "heartbreaking" and a ceasefire would have protected those innocent Palestinians being killed.
English diving champion Tom Daley won a silver medal with his partner James Denny in the Men's synchronised 10m platform dive.
The pair looked unlikely to medal with one dive left but they scored 95.46 with a fantastic final dive to push themselves into second place.
Watch the dive here. Pictures courtesy of the BBC.