All the main news from the UK and around the world with Nicky Campbell and Shelagh Fogarty.
Crisis-hit Liverpool are to be sold to the owners of the Boston Red Sox baseball team, once a legal dispute with US owners Tom Hicks and George Gillett has been sorted out. Amalie Benjamin from the Boston Globe tells us more about the Red Sox's new owner, John W. Henry.
Foreign Secretary William Hague gives us his immediate reaction as an attack on the British Embassy in Yemen's capital, Sanaa, leaves four people injured.
The Apprentice is back - previous candidate Phillip Taylor, who encouraged the nation's children to "dance in your pants", tells Shelagh what he thinks Lord Sugar is looking for.
There's confirmation of the tabloid stories that the family of Zimbabwean X Factor contestant Gamu Nhengu has been refused leave to remain in the UK - our correspondent Ben Geoghegan has the details.
Plus, the story of the Birmingham Airport cleaner who spotted a smuggler trying to get eggs on to a plane. John Struczynski spotted Jeffrey Lendrum behaving suspiciously in May, reported him and he was found with a number of Peregrine Falcon eggs taped to his body.