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Due to a technical problem with landing system at Stansted Airport, and low visibility weather conditions flights are currently unable to land.
A number of aircraft have already diverted to Birmingham and East Midlands airports and customers are being transferred by coach back to Stansted.
Further disruptions are expected until this situation is rectified which is expected by midday.
Further delays and possible cancellations may occur due to this equipment failure, please click on the following links for further details of the diverted flights.
Due to a technical problem with the landing system at Stansted and low visibility weather conditions, flights are currently unable to land at the Essex airport, Ryanair said.
Amnesty International's media director Susanna Flood is tweeting information from Amnesty researchers on the ground in Central African Republic.
Angry mobs rioting round mosque in Fouh, Bangui. Shouting Djotodie must go and Death to Muslims. #CARcrisis. Increasing tension in city.
Ban Ki-Moon continues: "Mandela showed us the way with a heart larger than this stadium and an infectious smile".
"His long walk [is] complete," he adds.
US President Barack Obama was greeted with loud cheers as he appeared at Nelson Mandela's memorial service in Johannesburg.
His reception contrasted that of South Africa's President Jacob Zuma who was wildly booed by the crowd.
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon says that tens of thousands of people are gathered in "celebration of a mighty life".
He adds: "I hope we will be able to see the rainbow soon through the rain of sadness.
"South Africa has lost a hero. We have lost a father."
Four other executives responsible for selling PIP breast implants, were sentenced alongside the company's founder and long-time chief executive Jean-Claude Mas.
The four received sentences between one and a half and three years in prison, some of it suspended, and ordered to pay fine.
"It's a strong signal. This decision is what victims were waiting for," said one of their lawyers, Philippe Courtois.
The programme director is introducing four of Nelson Mandela's grandchildren.
He says that Mandela had 19 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
The two French soldiers who died in Central African Republic, have been identified as marine paratroopers from the 8th Regiment based in Castres.
They died when they came under attack during an overnight patrol, French parliament speaker Claude Bartolone told reporters.
"They were injured and quickly brought to a surgical unit, but unfortunately could not be saved," he said.
According to one peacekeeper in Bangui, a rebel commander was harassing people, who called the French to come and help them.
"They came and tried to disarm the Seleka but gunfire erupted," he said.