10.00 pm: David Cameron close to tears, says 'don't vote for separation'
8.05 pm: Ukraine says Russia withdrawing forces from east, sees boost for peace.
7:15 pm: Pakistan ministers rally around Sharif, rule out PM's resignation.
6:35 pm: Three Ukrainian guards killed near Russia border.
5:30 pm: Kerry meets Iraqi leaders, discusses anti-terror strategy.
5:00 pm: Dutch national arrested on charge of rape in India.
4.30 pm: Pakistan mosque collapse: Death toll rises to 24
3:40 pm: China to launch second space lab in 2016
3:30 pm: US President Obama to outline his plan for combating ISIS tonight
3:10 pm: 70% of Russian troops in Ukraine have withdrawn: Ukraine president
1:20 pm: US Secretary of State John Kerry arrives in Baghdad to meet with new Iraqi prime minister
1:10 pm: Ukraine president signs law paving way for sanctions against Russia: Reuters
12:50 pm: Japanese regulator approves restart of Sendai nuclear reactor after Fukushima incident
12:20 pm: 35 militants killed in Pakistan airstrike
11:10 am: IS threatens to assassinate Twitter employees
9:50 pm: A 6.5-magnitude earthquake struck off the central Indonesian island of Sulawesi
9:40 am: Cyber threats among greatest national security dangers: US
8:45 am: Britain to send arms worth $2.6 mn to Iraq
8:30 am: US continues air strikes against IS forces in Iraq
8:00 am: Blast kills 28 rebel leaders in Syria