Body parts have been found in the search for missing teenager Becky Watts, police say. The 16-year-old has not been seen since leaving her home in Bristol on February 19.
Barack Obama has told reporters "as far as I can tell, there was nothing new" in Benjamin Netanyahu's address to Congress in which the Israeli Prime Minister slammed the US-led nuclear talks with Iran.
"The prime minister didn't offer any viable alternatives," the US President said, urging Congress to wait to evaluate a nuclear deal with Iran until an agreement is finalised. Obama said that he would only agree to a deal that prevents Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon.
It's the first time his voice has been heard outside the all too familiar and barbarous murder videos made by Islamic State. The tape released today of Mohammed Emwazi was recorded in 2009.
Police are continuing to question a man and a woman on suspicion of murder after body parts were found in the search for missing 16-year-old Becky Watts at a house in Bristol.
Officers have been granted a further 24 hours to question the 28-year-old man and a 21-year-old woman on suspicion of the teenager's murder.
Four men and one woman have been arrested on suspicion of assisting an offender.
Becky's family today said they were "devastated" following the news of the discovery of the remains.
Rupert Evelyn, ITV News Wales & West of England Correspondent, reports:
Ireland has become the first country in Europe to pass laws banning branded cigarette packets.
Under the new laws, tobacco products will be sold in a standard dark-coloured wrapper with large health warnings and images of disease.
President of Ireland Michael D Higgins will formally sign the legislation into law at a date to be confirmed.
It comes after Australia led the way by introducing plain packaging for tobacco products in 2012. The UK is set to pass laws before the end of the month.
Police are appealing for help to trace a 22-year-old father who is believed to have gone missing with his baby son in Luton.
Kieran Carroll is described as being white, of medium build with short brown hair. He is believed to be wearing black trousers and a grey hooded top and has tattoos on his arms.
His eight-month-old son is believed to be wearing a blue cardigan with a picture of a ship on it.
Detective Inspector Sean Quinn, from Bedfordshire Police, said: “We are concerned about Kieran and his son’s welfare and would urge anyone who has seen them to contact us.
“We’re also appealing for Kieran to get in touch and let us know that he and his son are safe.”
Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi has expressed her extreme dismay over the comments made by Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu to the US Congress.
In a statement released online, she said:
The chief executive of Morecambe Bay NHS Trust has admitted there was a cover-up by staff at Furness General Hospital.
Questioned by ITV News, Jackie Daniel said it was "difficult" to come to any other conclusion having read the Kirkup report which looked into failings at the hospital where 11 babies and one mother died.