The police officer who shot dead unarmed teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson says his conscience is clear over the incident. Protests have taken place across the US for the second successive night following the decision not to charge Darren Wilson.
A shooting which injured two FBI agents at a house in the north of St Louis County was "not directly related" to the riots in Ferguson, the agency has said.
One agent was shot in the shoulder and the other in the leg while assisting local police in executing an arrest warrant at the house, an FBI spokeswoman said.
Their injuries are not life-threatening.
"The incident is not directly related to the Ferguson protests," the spokeswoman added, but did not elaborate further.
These are the latest pictures from the scene of a crash involving seven cars and a lorry on the M1 near Leicester which left one man dead.
The road has been closed northbound between junction 21a and 22 since around 18.45 last night and is not expected to re-open until lunchtime today.
Three people are being treated in hospital.
Seven police officers have been arrested on suspicion of grievous bodily harm for allegedly beating a protester during the Hong Kong riots, according to local media reports.
The arrests come after a video of Ken Tsang being attacked near the Admiralty protest camp emerged last month.
All the officers had already been suspended from duty.
David Cameron has agreed to meet the family of Lee Rigby, the Prime Minister's spokesperson told ITV's Good Morning Britain.
Lee’s stepfather Ian Rigby and sister Sara McLure appeared on the show this morning and spoke of their anguish following the intelligence and security committee's report.
A world-renowned hearing specialist was today jailed for five years for secretly filming patients, colleagues and friends as they used the toilet.
Lam Hoe Yeoh had earlier pleaded guilty to seven counts of voyeurism, six counts of making an indecent photograph of a child, and one of possessing extreme pornography.
It is thought he filmed more than 1,000 victims, including children, over a three-year period.