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Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has accused Russia of launching a "direct and open aggression" against Ukraine.
He added there would be "high-level personnel changes" within the Ukrainian armed forces in light of the events of the past few days.
This is in spite of ceasefire negotiation talks due to take place later today.
Pakistan's national PTV channel and its English-language PTV World service were taken off the air after protesters stormed its headquarters in central Islamabad.
"They have stormed the PTV office," a news anchor said just before the screen went blank.
"PTV staff performing their journalistic duties are being beaten up."
Another TV channel, Express, showed images from inside the building, with protesters, some wearing gas masks, massing inside the channel's newsroom but there were no signs of violence.
Jennifer Aniston has laughed off gossip surrounding her personal life and compared the celebrity rumour mill to "a dog chasing its tail".
She told Good Morning Britain's Ross King: "Sometimes if I hear something really funny I'll go and see what it is and how much traction it actually has."
Parents of a five-year-old girl starting full time education said balancing earning money with wrap around childcare was "a juggling act".
Barry Woodham and partner Emma Harrington told Good Morning Britain they have been forced to hire a childminder to care for their daughter Ruby when she enters full-time education in October.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has said there will be no military intervention from Russia in Ukraine.
Speaking ahead of talks taking place in Minsk later he called for an "immediate ceasefire without conditions".
He added Russia would defend its economy, citizens and businesses in response to any sanctions imposed on them.
There is "plenty" of guidance for hospitals on how they should run their car parks so patients' relatives are "not ripped off", a former member of the NHS Foundation Trust said.
Roy Lilley told Good Morning Britain hospitals would "have to charge" to pay for the wear and tear of the car park, but they should keep their prices reasonable.
Consumers are expected to snap up the last of the most powerful vacuum cleaners on the market as a new law banning those rated above 1,600 watts comes into effect today.
The new EU energy label means manufacturers will not be able to make or import vacuum cleaners with a motor that exceeds 1,600 watts from today, and then 900 watts by 2017.
Current models boast an average of 1,800 watts.
Tesco said sales had risen by 44% over the past two weeks, with customers snapping up the most popular 2,000 watt models, and the Co-operative Electrical shop reported a rise of 38%.
Eight seamen have been rescued after an attack which sunk a Ukrainian patrol boat in the Sea of Azov.
A Ukrainian border guard official said two more men were missing and that a search operation was continuing.
Pro-Russian separatists have claimed responsibility for the attack on social media.
It will be a dull start for England and Wales with occasional rain and drizzle.
Brighter conditions will spread from the northwest, though some southeastern parts remaining murky with perhaps the odd sharp shower.
It will turn breezier in the far northwest with a few showers.
Tonight there is a chance of further drizzle, low cloud and increasing amounts of hill fog in southeastern areas, otherwise it should be fine with fog patches in prone rural spots and chilly in the north and west.
The Prime Minister is trying to give the public "higher protection" by introducing "a raft" of new anti-terror powers, a security expert said.
Dr Sally Leivesley told Good Morning Britain new powers expected to be announced by David Cameron would allow the police "to be much more pre-emptive".