Two Britons arrested on terrorism charges at Heathrow Airport are suspected of involvement in the kidnap of a British photographer in Syria.
Scotland Yard has confirmed that the pair - who were detained at the airport after arriving on a flight from Egypt last night - will be questioned over the abduction of John Cantile.
He was held for a week in Syria, after being abducted together with a Dutch photographer.
Mr Cantlie said that one of his captors had claimed to be an NHS doctor, telling the Daily Mail that he had a south London accent and had used saline drips with NHS logos on them. The pair of photojournalists eventually managed to escape with the help of rebel fighters.
More top news
Mr Dobran had been induced into a coma for several weeks following the August attack, before being moved to a nursing home.
The Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan has died in London at the age of 46, her publicist has confirmed.
The body of the girl, who has only been named as Baby M by officers, was discovered at the edge of Manor Park in Aldershot.