Australian police rescue Taiwanese man on Ayers Rock
A Taiwanese tourist has been rescued after being trapped for over 24 hours on Ayers Rock, also known as Uluru.
The man had become caught in a crevice, and had to be winched up a 200m (656ft) rock face by rescuers.
Police say he has broken bones and is being airlifted to hospital.
One of Australia's most famous landmarks, Ayers Rock is considered sacred by the local Aboriginal people and tourists are advised think carefully before climbing it.
After being freed from a crevice, the man was taken away by helicopter.
The man became trapped after splitting off from his group to take a shortcut.
Rescuers lowered food and water to him during the night and spoke to him using a loudhailer.