There are further tributes to Captain David Seath in today's Defence-related news coverage, as well as a report on the use of enhanced Paveway bombs to destroy a Daesh tunnel complex in Iraq.
Broadcasters today are prominently highlighting the news that a convoy of UK military vehicles has been attacked while on patrol in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Today's news is dominated by the Labour conference. Broadcasters are leading with the expected vote on Labour's position on the future of the nuclear deterrent.
This morning’s broadcast headlines are dominated by the ongoing migrant crisis in Calais and Kent.
Today's defence news is dominated by Prime Minister David Cameron's comments to US media, that he wants Britain to do more in the campaign to defeat ISIL.
Many outlets today have reported on an interview the Defence Secretary gave to BBC Radio 4’s World at One (WATO) yesterday which focussed on combating ISIL.
Items of Defence interest included in broadcast bulletins this morning include reports of the launch by the Iraqi government to “take back” Ramadi and surrounding western Anbar province from ISIL.
Today’s broadcast news continues to focus on newly appointed Cabinet ministers. Elsewhere news has broken that Nepal has been hit by another earthquake of 7.4 magnitude broke this morning.