A police officer has died while on holiday in Scotland with his 13-year-old son.
Father-of-three Pc Shazad Saddique, who served with Greater Manchester Police (GMP), died at Fairy Pools on the Isle of Skye.
The 38-year-old was on holiday at the popular tourist attraction with his 13-year-old son when he died suddenly on Friday. His wife is pregnant with their fourth child.
Police confirmed the death is not suspicious.
Pc Saddique joined GMP 12 months ago and was a student officer based in the Tameside District.
GMP said he enjoyed serving his local community and formed close relationships with his colleagues, who have described him as an outstanding individual and role model.
Outside of work, the officer enjoyed hiking and trekking and was heavily involved in outreach work with youths, which focused on enabling youngsters to experience outdoor activities in the countryside.
Paying tribute to him, his family said: "Shaz was the most selfless person you could ever hope to meet; he always put other people first and wanted to make every new experience a fun one.
"He had a real passion for the outdoors and helping others, particularly young people in the community.
"Deep in his heart, he felt very strongly about youth outreach programs and getting young people out in the countryside to do fun activities.
"He was sincere in his devotion and worship. He was passionate about Thikr gatherings and was devoted to the teachings and guidance of his Shaykh Muhammad al-Yaqoobi.
"He loved nature for the very fact that it was a means for him to remember and praise his lord.
"His final trip to the Isle of Skye was sincerely to gather a group and collectively praise Allah, as a spiritual retreat.
"He achieved so much and we were always so proud of him. He completed marathons all over the world and did hiking challenges throughout the UK, all in the name of raising money for charity.
"He loved his family more than anything; he was a supporting figure and a role model for his siblings. He was the best dad, and his wife and kids were his absolute world.
"It has been clear for us to see today, how much he meant to so many people and how many hearts he touched. The outpouring of support for the family has been huge and for that we want to thank everyone.
"We will miss you dearly bhai Shazad, but you will never be forgotten."
'Shaz was the most selfless person you could ever hope to meet; he always put other people first and wanted to make every new experience a fun one.'
Family of Pc Shazad Saddique
Chief superintendent Neil Evans said: "Today is a very sad day for Greater Manchester Police.
"We received the update from Police Scotland last night and have since been working to provide support for Pc Saddique's family and close colleagues at this incredibly difficult time.
"I met with his family earlier today and they are understandably devastated by their loss.
"My thoughts and condolences are with them, and we will continue to do all that we can to support them.
"Although Shazad was only with us for a short amount of time, it is clear to see the significant impact he had, not only on the public, but also on his colleagues.
"I spent some time with his close colleagues this morning and listened to all the lovely words they had to say about him, and the stories they had to tell.
"I think one of the main things which stood out to me, were just how much of an outstanding individual and role model he was."
Around 7000 people have descended on Glasgow city centre in celebration of LGBT rights.
The Mardi Gla Pride march, the first of two processions in support of the LGBT community in Glasgow this year, marked the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots.
Thousands started the event at Kelvingrove Park before moving on to Sauchiehall Street, Blythswood Street, West George Street and George Square.
STV showed its support to the LGBT community with weatherman Sean Batty joining the march.
A distinctive rainbow flag, adopted by the Pride movement, flew high above Glasgow City Council chambers as part of the event organised by the LGBT Co-op.
The flag has just returned from New York after being carried at the front of the British embassy delegation during World Pride in New York.
The organisers estimated around 7000 people were involved in the day of events.
A statement said: "Glasgow is the kind of city where if someone needs some help we tend to rally round and help out - thats just the way we are as Glaswegians. We are a proud city and working together we will show that we are also a proud community.
"As a new grass roots group in our first year, we want this Pride Event to be the foundation to build upon in the years to come as we all work as a community to ensure that our voices are heard loudly and clearly across our city and region."
Sean added: "It was a great parade with an amazing atmosphere. So many happy, smiling people, plus it was a lovely sunny day for it."
The march comes a year after a separate event, run by different organisers, was hit by serious problems when people with tickets were denied entry to a post-march festival.
Those behind that event have now organised a Pride march on August 17.
A man has been injured after being chased and mowed down by a 4x4 in a murder bid.
The attempted murder happened on Pettigrew Street in Shettleston, Glasgow, at 3pm on Friday.
A white 4x4 drove at speed towards a 33-year-old man and his two friends before hitting him and fleeing from the scene.
Detective Colin Thapar described the hit-and-run as "reckless and dangerous".
He said: "Although the man, who we believe was the intended target of the attack, was not seriously injured and didn't seek hospital treatment, to deliberately drive a large car at someone in the middle of a busy street in the middle of the afternoon is reckless and dangerous and could have involved at lot more people.
"However, thankfully no one else was injured and so far we have had a good response from the public who were around, however, we are still keen to get information, especially dash-cam footage, of the incident.
"If you were in or around Amulree Street/Pettigrew Street, near the supermarket, or have information that would help our enquiry, then please contact Shettleston CID via 101."
Jeremy Hunt has said he is "extremely concerned" by the "unacceptable" seizure of two oil tankers by Iranian authorities in the Persian Gulf.
The foreign secretary confirmed that he will attend a meeting of the Government's emergency committee Cobra on Friday night amid the escalation of tensions.
The Stena Impero, which is registered in the UK and managed by Clydebank-based Northern Marine Management, was seized by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard in the Strait of Hormuz for "violating international maritime rules", according to the semi-official Fars news agency.
A second oil tanker, the Liberia-flagged Mesdar, which is operated by Glasgow-based firm Norbulk Shipping UK Ltd, appeared to veer off course towards the Iranian coast, according to its path on the Marine Traffic website.
Later, Norbulk confirmed that communication had been re-established with the ship after it was boarded by armed guards at around 5.30pm.
The crew were said to be "safe and well" and have been allowed to continue their voyage.
A statement said: "Communication has been re-established with the vessel and master confirmed that the armed guards have left and the vessel is free to continue the voyage.
"All crew are safe and well."
Before Norbulk's update, Mr Hunt said he understood that there were no British citizens on board either ship.
He said: "I'm extremely concerned by the seizure of two vessels by Iranian authorities in the Strait of Hormuz.
"I will shortly attend a COBR meeting to review what we know and what we can do to swiftly secure the release of the two vessels - a British-flagged vessel and a Liberian-flagged vessel.
"Their crews comprise a range of nationalities, but we understand there are no British citizens on board either ship.
"Our ambassador in Tehran is in contact with the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to resolve the situation and we are working closely with international partners.
"These seizures are unacceptable. It is essential that freedom of navigation is maintained and that all ships can move safely and freely in the region."
'There are 23 seafarers aboard. There have been no reported injuries and their safety is of primary concern to both owners and managers.'
Stena Bulk spokesperson
US President Donald Trump said America would be "working with the UK".
He told reporters: "We will talk to the UK and we have no written agreement but we have an agreement. They've been a very great ally of ours.
"So we heard about it, we heard it was one, we heard it was two, and we will be working with the UK."
A statement from Stena Bulk, which owns the Stena Impero, said ship manager Northern Marine Management had lost contact with the crew of 23 after "unidentified small crafts and a helicopter" approached the vessel at around 4pm on Friday.
The company said the tanker was in international waters at the time but now appeared to be heading north towards Iran.
Stena Bulk said: "There are 23 seafarers aboard. There have been no reported injuries and their safety is of primary concern to both owners and managers.
"The priority of both vessel owner Stena Bulk and ship manager Northern Marine Management is the safety and welfare of the crew.
"We are in close contact with UK Government authorities."
The incident follows on from recent heightened tensions in the Gulf involving Iran, the US and UK.
Last week, the Royal Navy warship frigate HMS Montrose drove off three Iranian vessels which tried to stop the commercial ship British Heritage as it sailed through the Strait of Hormuz.
Fears were raised that the Iranian authorities were trying to seize a UK ship in retaliation for the detention of the Grace 1 tanker.
The Iranian ship was detained off the coast of Gibraltar on July 4 after it was suspected of violating EU sanctions by carrying a cargo of crude oil destined for Syria.
The ship's captain, chief officer and two second officers were arrested and bailed and an investigation is ongoing.
Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei called the tanker's seizure an act of "piracy" on Tuesday and warned the UK to expect a response.
Mr Hunt offered to help release Grace 1 if Iran guaranteed it would not breach sanctions imposed on Bashar Assad's regime.
European allies to the US have been urged to take a tougher stance on Iran after Mr Trump withdrew from a nuclear deal with Tehran.
On Thursday, Mr Trump said an American warship shot down an Iranian drone in the Strait of Hormuz - something denied by Iranian military officials.
Last month, Mr Trump said he had made a last-minute decision to call off air strikes in retaliation for the shooting down by Iran of an unmanned US drone.
A pet owner has called the authorities after her missing cat returned with burnt whiskers.
Officers from the Scottish SPCA are now investigating the incident as they believe it was "not an accident and would have been a traumatic experience".
Borris had been missing from the Turriff area of Aberdeenshire for a fortnight.
When he returned, his whiskers were found to be badly burned but there were no other burn marks across his skin or fur.
Borris is now recovering at home with owner Chantelle Clark and the family's other cat, Bojangles.
'The way the cat's whiskers have been burned and the lack of other burn marks would suggest this was not an accident and it would have been a traumatic experience for him.'
Scottish SPCA inspector Fiona Shand
Scottish SPCA inspector Fiona Shand said: "The way the cat's whiskers have been burned and the lack of other burn marks would suggest this was not an accident and it would have been a traumatic experience for him.
"Thankfully, Borris has been vet-checked and doesn't require any further treatment.
"His whiskers will eventually fall off and grow back in so there should be no long-term damage or scarring.
"But it does not change the fact we want to get to the bottom of what happened to him whilst he was missing."
If you have any information on what happened to Borris, call the Scottish SPCA's confidential animal helpline on 03000 999 999.