The United States and "partner nations" have carried out airstrikes against Islamic State targets in Syria. "We will not tolerate safe havens for terrorists who threaten our people," President Obama said.
Tonight will be milder with some rain for most.
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The Prime Minister has said it was not possible to "opt out" of a fight with the so-called Islamic State. Speaking exclusively to NBC News, David Cameron said:
An English speaking jihadi fighter based in Syria, believed to be fighting for al-Qaeda affiliate al-Nusra, said the US-led airstrikes "killed a lot of Mujahideen brothers". The fighter, believed to be Dutch, posted this video on social media shortly after the attacks took place. He said:
"These Americans are relentless and are hard and heartless in their fight....They came and attacked us in the night, and many brothers died and many brothers were wounded."
Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said Britain will host an international conference on the Ebola epidemic on October 2nd to raise international awareness of the disease.
Mr Hammond, who chaired a meeting of the Government's Cobra emergency committee via a video link from New York where he is attending the United Nations General Assembly, called for a "global coalition" to tackle the disease.
Turkey could give military or logistical support to US-led military airstrikes against IS targets inside Syria, President Erdogan is quoted as saying earlier today.
A man killed his ex-girlfriend's five goldfish by poisoning them with bleach in revenge after they split up, a court was told.
Prosecutors told Leicester Crown Court that the victim was "in shock and disbelief" when she found her goldfish were all dead, but the man’s fish, which had been in the same tank, was missing.
Julian Inchley, 25, broke into his former partner's home after taking a spare key and the court heard he also poured bleach into a pair of training shoes he'd bought for his ex partner and stole computer equipment.
Inchley, from Braunstone, was given an 18-month community order and told to do 120 hours of unpaid work for admitting burglary and two counts of criminal damage.
But the court heard that the victim, who has a 14-month-old daughter with Inchley, did not want a restraining order preventing him from contacting her and no order was made.
The US military has released a number of weapons videos that it says shows the overnight strikes against IS targets inside Syria.
The video shows the moment the strikes hit an IS compound north west of Ar Raqqah, the US Central Command said.
The Crown Prosecution Service released the following statement after Dave Lee Travis was convicted of indecent assault.