Cleveland kidnapper Ariel Castro, who was found hanging in his prison cell in September, may not have committed suicide but could have died accidentally, according to a report from the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction.
The report said prison officials had falsified logs and failed to make regular checks on Castro's cell on 3 September, the day of his death.
The possibility of accidental death was disputed by Franklin County coroner Jan . Gorniak, who called his death "a hanging suicide" in an interview with the Cleveland Plain Dealer newspaper.
Castro was serving a sentence of life plus 1,000 years for the abduction, torture and detention of three young Cleveland women. He was taken off suicide watch in June, but should have been monitored by guards every 30 minutes.
Prince Harry has said he hoped to bring the ‘Warrior Games’ for injured servicemen and women to the UK.
Speaking at the event in the US, he said: “I only hope in the future, the near future we can bring the Warrior Games to Britain and continue to enlarge this fantastic cause.
"I don't see how it wouldn't be possible to fill a stadium with 80,000 people, not to watch Olympics, not to watch Paralympics but to watch wounded servicemen fight it out amongst each other - not on a battlefield but in a stadium."
The Warrior Games are a Paralympic-style competition featuring injured servicemen and women from the US, UK, Canada and Australia.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un signed off on the order for rocket units to be placed on standby to fire at US bases in the south and Pacific as he "judged the time has come to settle accounts with the US imperialists in view of the prevailing situation", the official KCNA news agency said.
"He finally signed the plan on technical preparations of strategic rockets of the KPA, ordering them to be standby for fire so that they may strike any time the US mainland, its military bases in the operational theatres in the Pacific," KCNA said.
On Thursday, the United States flew two radar-evading B-2 Spirit bombers on practice runs over South Korea, responding to a series of North Korean threats.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has ordered rocket units to be placed on standby to fire at US bases in the south and Pacific after a stealth bomber run, Reuters has reported, citing the Korean Central News Agency.
US Secretary of State John Kerry has arrived in Iraq on an unannounced visit and is set to urge the country's prime minister to ensure Iranian flights over Iraq were not carrying arms to Syria.
"He will be very direct with Prime Minister (Nuri al) Maliki about the importance of stopping the Iranian overflights and the transits across the territory or, at a minimum, inspecting each of the flights," an unnamed senior US official said.
Mr Kerry will also ask Mr Maliki and the Iraqi cabinet to reconsider a decision to postpone elections in two provinces, Anbar and Nineveh, the official said.