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The families of the 239 passengers on board the missing Malaysia Airlines flight continue to wait for news on loved ones.
Earlier, a floating yellow object and an oil slick seen in the sea were ruled out as possible links to the disappearance.
Authorities have said they are extending the search area in a bid to locate the aircraft which has been missing since the early hours of Saturday.
Rebekah Brooks was asked to approve cash payments to public officials for stories such as a wife-swapping mayor and Prince William wearing a bikini at a party, the phone-hacking trial has heard.
She was confronted in the witness box at the Old Bailey about a string of emails addressed to her from journalists while she was editor at the Sun, many asking her to OK payments.
One concerning a story about a wife-swapping mayor from Tetbury in Gloucestershire specifically sought Brooks' approval to give money to a serving police officer who had provided "numerous tips in the past", the court was told.
The jury heard that others did not give the source but may have involved officials such as serving police or Army personnel.
Brooks told the trial she would only have sanctioned payment to a serving public official for a story relating to his work if there was a very strong public interest.
A murder investigation has been launched after the body of a soldier from the 1st Battalion The Royal Irish Regiment was found at Clive Barracks in Shropshire on Saturday, the Ministry of Defence said.
Authorities are widening the search area in efforts to locate the missing Malaysia Airlines jet.
An official added that the two passengers travelling with stolen passports on the flight were "not Asian-looking men".
The court is continuing to hear evidence from Professor Saayman, an expert witness, who performed the postmortem examination on Reeva Steenkamp.
Prof Saymaan continues to read details from postmortem report as Pistorius retches a few metres away
A Malaysian official has confirmed that an oil slick seen in the sea was not from the missing Malaysia Airlines jet.
The speaker of the House of Commons, John Bercow, is expected to be a witness at the trial of Ribble Valley MP Nigel Evans.
Jurors at the sex offences trial in Preston were also told they could hear testimony from Michael Fabricant MP and Conor Burns MP, as well as former MP Lembit Opik.
The owner of a dog which attacked a woman in Lincoln leaving her with serious injuries has been arrested. Police say the 33-year-old local man will be interviewed later and tests will be carried out to confirm the breed of the dog.
A woman, seriously injured in hospital after being attacked by a dog, is said to have been an 'associate' of the owner. The 22-year-old woman, was taken to Lincoln A & E after the incident which happened around the old quarry at the rear of Outer Circle Road in the the city.
She suffered injuries to her scalp, face and arm and has so far been too ill to speak to police officers. Forensic tests are being carried out to establish the breed of the dog which is a predominately white coloured male American pit bull terrier.
Under cross examination a woman who alleges she was assaulted by Max Clifford in a car has admitted she cannot remember exactly when the attack took place.
It was put to her by Richard Horwell QC that the events she described did not happen.
"It most definitely did happen," the woman replied.
Mr Horwell said that Mr Clifford didn't have a car in 1966, when the woman claimed he had "lunged" at her. The witness replied that she couldn't be exact about when it happened.
"I thought it was in 1966 but it could have been at the start of 1967," she told court.
The court heard from the defence that some of her friends, including her best friend at school, didn't know about the alleged assault.
Clifford faces 11 charges of indecent assault against seven women and girls - all of which he denies.