Quintinshill crash victims were remembered at a memorial service in Edinburgh today, 100 years and a day after Britain's worst rail disaster.
More than 1,000 people gathered at Rosebank Cemetery, along with First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and the Princess Royal, to remember more than 200 troops who came from Scotland's Leith, Portobello and Musselburgh areas who died in the crash.
Privacy watchdog Big Brother Watch has waded into the debate over councils plans to scale back on the use of CCTV cameras, saying the systems currently in place are "often outdated and ineffective".
Director Emma Carr said: "Evidence repeatedly shows that rather than CCTV, measures like better street lighting and effective policing are what keep the public safe."
Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams has said he thinks that Ireland's referendum vote on gay marriage marks "a huge day for equality."
Speaking on Sky News he said: "I think this is a huge day for equality.
"I also think that given that the government parties were pressing quite rightly for equality in this issue then we need equality in other issues - we need equality in social issues, economic issues we need everything to be equality. So this is a hugely important day for the LGBT community and everybody else."
Justice and Equality minister Aodhan O'Riordain says he is "proud to be Irish" following early predictions that voters backed same-sex marriage by a landslide.
The US military said America and its allies have staged 22 air strikes on Islamic State targets since Friday, including four near Ramadi, the city taken by the militants last week.
Coalition forces also attacked five Islamic State sites in Syria between Friday and Saturday, a statement from the Combined Joint Task Force said. The strikes near Ramadi hit tactical units, armored vehicles and a fighting position in militant-controlled territory.
Greece has entered the "final stretch" of negotiations with international lenders over a potential reform agreement, according to the country's Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras.
According to Reuters, Tsipras told his party's central committee: "We are on the final stretch of a painful period shaped by the government's negotiations with the institutions.
"We have made concessions but we also have red lines."
Tsipras' comments came as he returned from Riga where he met with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande to ask for a political push to break the deadlock between European Union and International Monetary Fund creditors over Greece's bailout deal.
Supporters have gathered at vote counts across Ireland to await the results of the country's same-sex marriage vote.
Both sides have already said early indications show a Yes result is likely but the official results will not be announced until later today.
ITV Correspondent James Webster reports: