ITV News has obtained CCTV footage of a man described by Thai police as the "prime suspect" in the murder of two British tourists on the island resort of Koh Tao. Police in Thailand are questioning three migrant workers from Burma over the killings.
Funds raised in the name of Stephen Sutton, the teenager who died from cancer, have reached astonishing £5 million.
ITV News Reporter Rupert Evelyn on Stephen's legacy of cancer research that his remarkable efforts will now fund:
US President Barack Obama has met Ebola survivor Dr Kent Brantly and his wife Amber at the White House.
Dr. Brantly, an American citizen, contracted the deadly virus while in Liberia doing missionary aid work.
Leonardo DiCaprio has been appointed a UN 'Messenger of Peace' to help promote international action on climate change.
The Hollywood actor joins a number of prominent stars who have been given the role, including Stevie Wonder, George Clooney and Michael Douglas.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon said as well as being "one of the world's leading actors", DiCaprio had a "long-standing commitment to environmental causes".
He founded the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation in 1998 to work on environmental and humanitarian issues.
The Wolf of Wall Street star will address a major UN climate summit in New York next Tuesday.
A top UN official says European nations need to make a "concerted, collective effort" to try to stop migrants dying crossing the Mediterranean.
UN High Commissioner for Refugees Andrej Mahecic was speaking after a boat carrying migrants was sunk off the coast of Malta, with about 500 people feared dead.
ITV News Correspondent Lewis Vaughan Jones reports:
The Scottish independence debate has been heating up on the penultimate day of campaigning before Thursday's historic referendum.
Today the three main party leaders at Westminster promised to transfer more powers if Scotland rejects independence.
But it was an offer the Yes campaign claimed was a panic measure and an "insult to voters."
ITV News Correspondent Martin Geissler reports from Edinburgh:
Tonight temperatures will be staying remarkably warm for the time of year, although some mist and fog may develop across central and eastern areas.
The sunshine and warmth will be staying with us this week, although there will be increase in the chance of showers as we approach the weekend.
By Debi Edward: Scotland Correspondent
It is perhaps in light of the momentum that the Yes campaign has gained that the No campaign went on the attack today.
They distributed a document - leaked by an NHS doctor - which states:
The Better Together campaign claims that flies in the face of their rival's claims that only a Yes vote can protect the NHS from cuts.
Well, the Scottish government have said they are the ones protecting and increasing the NHS budget in Scotland, and that only independence can offer the health service a brighter future.
The Yes campaign really have been able to gain some traction on this NHS debate despite health being a devolved issue - the Better Together campaign say it's "the biggest lie" of the referendum so far.
Hamas has said that it has no knowledge of any mortar attack on Israel and remains committed to the truce.
Israeli defence forces earlier said a mortar had been fired from Gaza.
The official Israel Defense Forces has claimed the country was hit by a mortar fired from Gaza earlier today:
Ed Miliband has accused the pro-Scottish independence campaign of "ugly" tactics after he was heckled in chaotic scenes during a visit to Edinburgh.
The Labour leader was branded an "absolute liar" by protesters when he toured the St James Shopping Centre in what was supposed to be a trip to persuade undecided voters.
Mr Miliband told the BBC, "I think we have seen in parts of this campaign an ugly side to it from the Yes campaign."