With just a day to go until polls open in the Scottish referendum, and most polls too close to call, campaigners are making an all-out effort to persuade voters.
Iranian president Hassan Rouhani has issued a strongly-worded condemnation of Islamic State terrorists he says are trying to "kill humanity".
In an interview with NBC News, Mr Rouhani said IS murders of civilians were contrary to Islamic teachings.
"From the viewpoint of the Islamic tenets and culture, killing an innocent people equals the killing of the whole humanity," Mr Rouhani said.
Ballot boxes and signs were loaded into vans earlier as the final preparations began at polling stations across Scotland as the country embarks on the largest vote in its history.
More than four million people are registered to cast their votes across 32 local authorities tomorrow and will determine the country's future, whether as an independent state or remaining part of the United Kingdom.
At 7am, 2,608 polling places will open their doors to everyone from teenagers to pensioners eager to put their cross in the Yes or No box.
A British man who survived the Ebola virus has apparently travelled to the US in the hope of helping a new victim of the deadly disease.
Will Pooley has reportedly offered to undergo a blood transfusion to help the American, who has not been named, overcome the virus.
The Foreign Office said the 29-year-old nurse had flown to Atlanta over the weekend after he was issued with an emergency passport to help facilitate the trip.
Mr Pooley's blood will now contain natural antibodies that could help protect against the virus.
A French volunteer with charity Medecins Sans Frontieres has contracted the Ebola virus in Liberia.
The aid worker, who is the first French national to contract the disease during this outbreak, was put in quarantine on September 16 when she started showing symptoms of the disease.
She will be evacuated to a specialist treatment in France.
It should be mainly warm and dry this week, although there is a risk of showers in the south later in the week, some of which could be heavy.
Watch the latest forecast with ITV Weather presenter Alex Beresford.
With the Scottish referendum less than a day away, campaigning on both sides of the debate has reached fever pitch.
While former prime minister Gordon Brown called on a "silent majority" to turn up to vote and keep Scotland in the UK, First Minister Alex Salmond asked Scots to seize this "once in a generation" opportunity for independence.
ITV News Correspondent Martin Geissler reports on the final hours of the campaign:
The Prime Minister hailed the "great news" that unemployment has fallen by 146,000 - bit average earnings are still going up at a lower rate in inflation.
Labour say the squeeze on household incomes will mean next year could see the biggest fall in real wages since 1874.
ITV News Political Correspondent Libby Wiener reports.