A grandmother from Cheltenham has been granted a reprieve from execution by an Indonesian firing squad, after the country announced a temporary halt in its use of the death sentence.
59-year-old Lindsay Sandiford is due to be executed after she was convicted of trying to smuggle 3.8kg of cocaine into Bali in 2012.
Indonesia's Chief Security Minister Luhut Panjaitan told a new conference the country would temporarily stop all executions.
Indonesia has some of the toughest drug laws in the world. This year it has executed 14 people by firing squad.
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A minute's silence will be held at midday today at Cheltenham Racecourse as a mark of respect following the events in Paris last night.
Jockeys will also ride wearing armbands.
Princess Anne opened the Racecourse's new 5 and a half storey grandstand yesterday.
On the first day of The Open meeting at Cheltenham Racecourse, Princess Anne opened its new, five and a half storey grandstand.Read the full story ›
On the first day of The Open meeting at Cheltenham Racecourse, Princess Anne will be opening its new, five and a half storey grandstand.
It's the final part of a 45 million pound redevelopment of the course spanning a year and a half.
Today is the start of one of Cheltenham Racecourse's most popular meets, The Open - with thousands expected to flock to the event.
The Princess is one of two Royals visiting the West Country today, as The Duke of Edinburgh is in Plymouth visiting marines this afternoon.
A public health campaign is underway this week to alert people to the dangers of radon.
The naturally occurring gas is the second leading cause of lung cancer after smoking.
The Forest of Dean, the Cotswolds and Cheltenham are radon hotspots - but homes can be protected.
A man is due in court charged with the murder of a pensioner in Cheltenham.
68-year-old Tony Swift was brutally attacked at his home in Mendip Road last week.
29-year-old Lee McClatchley, also from Cheltenham, will appear before magistrates in the town later.
Police say they are still looking for the murder weapon.
A man has been charged with the murder of Cheltenham pensioner Tony Swift.
29-year-old Lee McClatchley, also from Cheltenham, will appear at Cheltenham Magistrates' Court tomorrow.
68-year-old Mr Swift was found with "horrific" head injuries at his home in Mendip Road last week. He was later pronounced dead by paramedics.
Police say they are still looking for the murder weapon, for bloodstained clothing, and for anybody who was in the area at the time of the attack.
"Although a man has been charged with the murder of Tony Swift police are still looking to identify anybody who was in the vicinity of Mendip Road, Cheltenham last Monday, 26 October between 11.30am and 1.00pm.
We are also continuing to look for bloodstained clothing and a blunt instrument used in the attack which we believe may have been discarded or hidden in Whaddon or the surrounding area of Cheltenham."
A 29-year-old man arrested on suspicion of murder in Cheltenham remains in custody.
The man was arrested at the weekend after a 68-year-old man was found with serious head injuries in his house on Mendip Road. Tony Swift was treated at the scene by paramedics but was pronounced dead at the scene.
Officers investigating have been granted more time to interview the suspect and he will remain in custody until this evening.