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Labour’s shadow foreign secretary, Douglas Alexander, has said the deal agreed over Ukraine at the Geneva talks would be "a welcome step forward" if implemented.
"Both Russia and Ukraine have a responsibility to deliver on their commitments to help resolve the ongoing tensions and ensure that stability is restored," Mr Alexander said.
"The days ahead will be a crucial test of Russia's stated resolve to help stabilise the situation, but this initial step is potentially a sign of progress."
Rescuers are still trying to find hundreds of missing passengers who were onboard a capsized South Korean ferry.
China Correspondent Lucy Watson reports:
An Earth-like planet confirmed by Nasa in the habitable zone around the Kelper-186 star has 'potential' to host liquid water - one of the pre-requisites for life as we know it to exist.
Nasa research scientist Tom Barclay has said that the hopes of the Kelper team have been answered with the discovery of Kepler-186f.
The discovery of the Earth-like planet orbiting star Kepler has demonstrated the existence of planets that could potentially hold life.
Scientists scouring the sky have discovered an 'Earth-like' planet in the habitable zone.
The new planet, dubbed Kepler-186f, was discovered using NASA's Kepler telescope, which was launched in March 2009 to search for Earth-sized planets in our corner of the Milky Way Galaxy.
A habitable zone planet orbits its star at a distance where any water on the planet's surface is likely to stay liquid. Since liquid water is critical to life on Earth, many astronomers believe the search for extraterrestrial life should focus on planets where liquid water occurs.
"Some people call these habitable planets, which of course we have no idea if they are," astronomer Stephen Kane said. "We simply know that they are in the habitable zone, and that is the best place to start looking for habitable planets."
ITV Weather Presenter Alex Beresford has the latest forecast:
It is one of those very rare days where the diplomats have defied the dismal expectations - including incidently their own- to deliver some significant progess
Remember just 24 hours ago the idea that these four people in the same room for seven hours would it'self have been deemed a success, so they have come much further and faster than anybody expected.
It is crucial to remember that it is an outline of a deal that is by no means a finished article. The headline will be of course the calls for the armed groups to disband and go home.
But there is trouble already tonight in Donetsk as the pro-Russians are saying we're not going anywhere until the Kiev camps have been dismantled.
Then the questions of how much power is being handed over to the east and what kind of say Moscow has in Ukraine's future need to be answered.
We have the beginnings of a deal, but plenty of scope for it to unravel.
The prosecutor in the US trial against Islamic preacher Abu Hamza told jurors that he was part of a global campaign to spread terror.
Federal prosecutor Edward Kim described Mr Hamza as a man with a mission to establish an al-Qaida training camp in the US, and said the defendant financed and sent two men to Bly in Oregon to set up the compound to train others.
Abu Hamza had been jailed since 2004 in Britain on separate charges. He was extradited to the US in 2012 only after the US agreed he would face a civilian trial not a military one, and that the death penalty was off the table.