An update from the CNN newsdesk in London on the stories we're following on Friday:
Zardari meets Cameron - Pakistan’s President Zardari meets British PM David Cameron today at Cameron’s official country residence, Chequers. The meeting comes in the wake of a diplomatic spat between the two countries prompted by comments made by the British PM about Pakistan promoting the export of terror. The fight against terrorism, aid for flood victims and economic relations are due to be on the agenda.
Moscow smog - Just when things couldn’t get any worse for Muscovites, temperatures are set to reach 40 C on Friday with heavy smog set to descend upon the city. Smoke from forest and peat fires, mixed with general city pollution means that the smog has turned toxic, raising health fears for the city’s population.
Hiroshima survivor - Shoso Kawamoto was 11 years old when, 65 years ago, the U.S. dropped an atomic bomb on his home city of Hiroshima. Kawamoto recently travelled to London for a commemorative Hiroshima exhibition and shared his memories with CNN.
Campbell diamonds - What happened to the diamonds which were allegedly given to Naomi Campbell by former Liberia President Charles Taylor? According to her testimony on Thursday she gave them to the former head of the Mandela Children’s Fund, Jeremy Ratcliffe. Ratcliffe on Friday has apparently told media outlets that he has handed them over to the South African authorities. The Johannesburg bureau is following the trail of the diamonds.
Heathrow photographer - Dennis Stone has been the official Heathrow photographer for the last 64 years. He’s now retiring and to commemorate his years of service, he’s being given the keys to the airport. CNN’s Ayesha Durgahee meets Dennis at an exhibition to celebrate his work and talks to him about his experiences throughout the years.