The U.S. State Department says it is "sickened" by a video that purports to show the beheading of U.S. journalist Steven Sotloff, adding that the intelligence community is working to authenticate the video. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Incredible footage shows a new volcanic eruption in southeast Iceland as a crack spews molten lava metres into the air. Lava has been spurting from a crack north of the Bardarbunga volcano since an eruption occurred on Friday (29th August) followed by a larger eruption on Sunday (1st August). The fissure slices through the 200-year-old Holuhraun lava field, between the Bardarbunga and the Askja volcanoes. The stunning footage was captured by Einar Guddman who flew for two and a half hours in a plane to reach the dangerous eruption site. The 47-year-old from Akureyri, Iceland battled windy weather and a sandstorm at to shoot the scene from a plane 500 feet above the ground.
Videographer / Director: Einar Gudmann, Producer: Nick Johnson, Editor: Kyle Waters.
MSN’s Lucy Mapstone chats to Nick Grimshaw ahead of his new job as the host of the BBC Radio 1 breakfast show. He starts the BBC Radio 1 Breakfast show on Monday 24 September, 6.30-10am. Follow the show @R1Breakfast and facebook.co.uk/R1Breakfast.
Magic Breakfast delivers free healthy breakfast foods to 200 primary schools across the U.K, feeding up to 6,000 children each morning, all for just 22p a day This gives children who go to school hungry the fuel they need to start their day in the right way, improving attendance, punctuality, concentration and behaviour.
They have formed partnerships with schools, with a shared commitment to ending the negative impact of child poverty.
As well as ensuring no child misses out to a nutritious start to the day, the breakfast club provides a safe happy environment, where children connect with other pupils and staff and prepare for the day ahead.