More than 70 people are reported to have died, and a thousand injured after violence broke out at a football match in Egypt. Trouble flared after a game between Al Ahly, one of Egypt’s most successful clubs, and Al Masry, a team based in the city of Port Said. Another match in Cairo was halted by the referee after receiving news of the violence in Port Said, prompting fans to set parts of the stadium on fire.
Colonel Gaddafi’s son Saif al-Islam has been arrested in southern Libya. He was captured in the desert town of Obari along with two aides, as they tried to flee to neighbouring Niger. He’s wanted by the International Criminal Court for crimes against humanity. Sky’s Lisa Holland reports.
The site of the World Trade Centre has been transformed into a memorial to the victims of 9/11. Those involved in creating the monument say they hope it will be a therapeutic and fitting tribute to the 3000 people who lost their lives. But as Hannah reports, the memorial has left some families upset.