Broadcasters BBC, ITV, Sky and Channel 4 - have announced they intend to press ahead with previously-announced plans for three televised leaders' debates during the general election campaign, despite David Cameron saying he will only take part in one.
An US missionary who was kidnapped in central Nigeria in February has been safely released to authorities and church leaders, her Free Methodist Church said in a statement.
Reverend Phyllis Sortor, a Free Methodist missionary to Nigeria, was safely released in Nigeria on Friday evening local time into the care of authorities and church leaders, the church said. She was abducted on February 23.
The United Nations has condemned as a war crime its assault on the relics of one of humanity's earliest civilisations.
For almost two thousand years the Assyrian empire ruled over a huge area of Iraq and Syria, with the ancient city of Nimrud at its heart.
As Paul Davies reports, Islamic State terrorists are said to have reduced Nimrud to rubble.
ITV News' Paul Davies reports:
A man suspected of trying to hack into the United States Department of Defence was arrested in the Midlands as part of a nationwide swoop against cyber crime.
A series of bizarre messages were posted online after the alleged cyber attack.
In all, 57 people were held in separate operations this week.
ITV News reporter Ben Chapman reports from Sutton Coldfield:
Britain's broadcasters and Downing Street are at a hostile standoff in a row over televised election debates between party leaders. ITV, the BBC, Channel 4 and Sky jointly said they would continue with plans to stage three debates, with or without David Cameron's presence.