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Frank Lampard has said he will visit the memorial to 9/11 victims after his move to New York City FC was met with hostility from local press over allegations he "mocked" American tourists in the wake of the terror attacks.
Admitting he was "young and naive" at the time of the incident, the former Chelsea midfielder told ITV News that he would visit the memorial to pay his respects.
The first gold medal went to Team England today after Jodie Stimpson swam, cycled and ran into sporting history.
There was also gold for Alistair Brownlee and silver for his brother Jonny in the men's triathlon race.
But Sir Bradley Wiggins was denied a golden return to track cycling, as he and England's pursuit team were beaten by a superior Australia.
ITV News Sports Editor Steve Scott reports from Glasgow:
Large crowds have lined the Dutch roadside to pay their respects to the victims of the MH17 plane disaster as more remains and body parts were returned to the Netherlands for identification.
Compensation for energy customers, who have been left without power for more than a day during severe weather, has been tripled.
Energy regulator Ofgem is to take action against two power companies, who have already paid out £4.7 million to powerless homes, for even more compensation.
ITV News correspondent Nina Nannar reports:
The wreckage of a missing Air Algerie flight had been spotted in Mali's desert north, the country's president has said.
Ibrahim Boubacar Keita said he had been informed during a meeting that the plane was found between "Aguelhok and Kidal" but gave no more details.
Scotland's Hannah Miley has won Commonwealth gold ahead of England's Aimee Willmott in the women's 400m individual medley.
The United States has said it has "new evidence" that Russia is firing artillery across the border at Ukrainian military positions in the conflict against pro-Russian separatists.
State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf said the evidence also shows Russia "(intends) to deliver heavier and more powerful multiple rocket launchers to the separatist forces in Ukraine".
But she refused to disclose what the intelligence was based on. It followed claims from Russia's UK Ambassador that the US was sourcing its claims against Russia from "social media".
Identifying the remains and body parts found at the MH17 crash site will be "very challenging" because of the nature of the disaster, a British official taking a leading role in the grim process has exclusively told ITV News.
Detective Inspector Howard Way of the Association of Chief Police Officers (Acpo) is among a team of nine British officials sent by the Foreign Office to join the disaster investigation.
He told ITV News Correspondent Rohit Kachroo the international effort in the Netherlands to identify the remains will take "weeks and months".
A report critical of the Metropolitan Police has found that a secret police unit kept information on families of 17 justice campaigns.
Although the police have apologised to the families involved, they insist there is no evidence that their undercover officers spied on or targeted perfectly legal justice campaigns.
ITV News correspondent Paul Davies reports:
The Israelis are not admitting responsibility but they are not denying it either.
An Israeli military spokesman told ITV News that there was an "extensive battle in the area" around the school today, as Israeli soldiers responded to Hamas' anti-tank missiles and mortars.
He said Israel had had yet to determine whether it was Israeli ordinates or Hamas ordinates that struck the school - but if it was the Israelis it was a mistake.
The UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said today his staff in Gaza had been trying to arrange an evacuation.
Israel said it had been urging an evacuation over the last three days, but had no idea why the evacuation did not happen.
So something that was agreed in principle didn't happen in practice, and I'm afraid the cost in that has been very high indeed.