Islamic State militants have released a new video which appears to show another British hostage talking to camera.
Sat at a desk and wearing orange clothing, the man says he was captured in Syria in 2012.
The video does not show British aid worker Alan Henning, who is also being held by IS.
A British man believed to have been two days into his honeymoon has died in a jet ski crash on the Greek island of Santorini.
The victim, who has not been named, is reported to have been on a jet ski when he collided with another machine being driven by his friend.
It is thought the friend, a fellow Brit, had been a guest at his wedding.
The man is believed to have been arrested along with the owner of the water sports rental. Both are due to appear in court on Friday.
The customised Harley-Davidson Peter Fonda rode in the 1969 cult film Easy Rider is expected to fetch more than £600,000 in an auction in California.
The Captain America chopper is one of the most recognisable motorcycles of all time.
The bike is the only surviving from the four customized choppers created for the film.
More than 2,600 people have now died from Ebola, the World Health Organisation said.
The organisation reported more than 5,000 cases across west Africa, describing the crisis as "unparalleled in modern times".
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Thailand's military ruler has apologised for suggesting tourists would be unsafe wearing bikinis on the country's beaches just days after two British backpackers were found murdered.
Prayuth Chan-O-Cha was reported to say pretty women made themselves more vulnerable to attacks by wearing a bikini after Hannah Witheridge and David Miller were found murdered on the island of Koh Tao.
The comments triggered a backlash online with many taking to Twitter to voice their disgust.
Shame on you Prayuth, pretty sure girls in bikinis aren't targeted just because they aren't considered 'pretty'.
General Paryuth has since apologised, saying he had not meant to criticise anyone and said the country was safe for tourists.
He said: "I apologise that I have spoken too harshly ... I didn't mean to criticise or look down on anyone. Today I can guarantee that Thailand is still safe ... I wanted to warn (the tourists) to be careful."
Police hunting the killers of two British backpackers have carried out a number of raids on the Thai island where the pair were found murdered.
Hannah Witheridge and David Miller were discovered on a beach on Koh Tao on Monday.
Four more men are believed to have been questioned in connection with the deaths following the raids.
DNA tests have found no matches to link the two British backpackers to earlier suspects detained by Thai police.
President Vladimir Putin said Western sanctions against Russia violate the principles of the World Trade Organization and the main way to combat them was to develop the domestic market.
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