The Royal Air Force has carried out its first air strikes against Islamic State targets in north-western Iraq, Defence Secretary Michael Fallon has said.
The Ministry of Defence announced that RAF jets today made their first attacks on Islamic State positions in Iraq.
They were called in to help Kurdish ground troops under attack from IS fighters.
ITV News International Affairs Editor Rageh Omaar reports.
The Ministry of Defence has released video footage showing a UK military attack on an Islamic State target after RAF jets conducted their first air strikes in Iraq today.
The video shows an attack on an armed IS pick-up truck in north-west Iraq - the second of two air strikes carried out by the RAF today.
Home Secretary Teresa May should be called to account over delays in the case of deputy headteacher Martin Goldberg, the former head of the Ceop has said.
Jim Gamble said there were "too few people with far too much work to do" at Ceop after it was absorbed into the National Crime Agency.
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has confirmed the first case of Ebola diagnosed in the US.
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas officials said in a statement yesterday that an unnamed patient was being tested for Ebola and had been placed in "strict isolation" due to the patient's symptoms and recent travel history.
For 37 years, Postman Fiete Nissen has loaded up his trolley with letters and packages and trundled down 10 miles of track to serve the people of two remote North Sea islands.
Nissen delivers the post to Oland and Langeness - two miniscule islands joined to mainland Germany by a narrow spit of land.
The 64-year-old decked out his trolley with balloons and flowers and loaded up for the last time today as prepares to enter retirement.
Just 139 people live on the islands, which are around 112 miles (180km) north of Hamburg.
US Central Command has posted footage on its YouTube page of air strikes carried out against Islamic State targets in Iraq and Syria in the past week.
One clip shows a strike on a vehicle in Iraq on 25 September:
Another one of the four videos released - which also include two clips of attacks in Syria - shows a strike on a tank in Iraq on 25 September:
Heavy rain in Hong Kong has failed to deter tens of thousands of protesters who are continuing to block the city's streets.
Many could be seen to take shelter under umbrellas - which have become a a symbol of resistance.
Hong Kong was transferred to Chinese rule in 1997 under the promise of a "one country, two systems" formula with an eventual aim of free elections not enjoyed on the mainland.
However, protests erupted recently after China indicated it would vet candidates wishing to run for leadership in 2017.
A Labour councillor in Bristol said it appeared a missing girl from the city had "self-radicalised" rather than been exposed to extremist material through local institutions.
Afzal Shah, councillor for Easton ward, said: