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Alice Gross: Police confirm body found in River Brent is that of missing teenager

Her parents said they are "completely devastated"

Further investigation found that the fraudster had convinced 137 county courts across England and Wales to rubber-stamp fake divorces for 179 Italian couples

Italian couples fake UK divorce scam on an ‘industrial scale’

Family lawyers blamed the 'overloaded' British court system for the scam

Moazzam Begg is driven away from Belmarsh prison, south London, after he walked from jail when a string of terrorist charges linked to the civil war in Syria were dramatically dropped

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Moazzam Begg was formally acquitted of all charges when he appeared before the Old Bailey via video link from high security Belmarsh prison

Neil 'Dr' Fox addresses sexual offence allegations: 'I'll work hard to clear my name'

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Alice Gross: Murder investigation launched as police find body in River Brent

Detectives said 'significant efforts' had been made to conceal the body

Police divers search the river Brent for clues in the hunt for missing school girl Alice Gross in London

Alice Gross case: Police searching for missing teenager find body in River Brent

Police searching for the missing teenager Alice Gross have found a body in the River Brent, one of London's longest rivers.

Martin Goldberg was questioned by police the day before he was found dead.

Teacher worked for two years after failure to act on abuse tip-off

Martin Goldberg was found dead the day after Essex police spoke to him at his home

Indecent images of pupils found on computer belonging to dead deputy headteacher Martin Goldberg

Martin Goldberg, a teacher at Thorpe Hall School in Southend, was found dead earlier this month

New figures show that children as young as 11 have been victims of revenge pornography

Revenge porn: Children as young as 11 are victims – with less than 5% of cases being prosecuted

Only six out of 149 allegations led to a caution or charge

Revenge porn: What is it – and how big is the problem?

Legislation making revenge porn a crime is due to be passed through the House of Lords next month

Some victims of human trafficking were found to have been tattooed with bar codes

Human traffickers’ victims ‘branded like cattle’

Symbolic tattoos assert ownership over 'assets' that can be sold for thousands of pounds

Kuntal Patel is charged with trying to kill her mother, Meena; Walter and Jesse plot to poison various enemies with ricin in ‘Breaking Bad’

‘Breaking Bad murder plot': Woman says mum ‘beat’ her

Kuntal Patel told the court she was controlled ‘24/7’ and not let marry her boyfriend

The industry costs global economies an estimated US$300bn-plus [£184bn] per year

Mafia cybercrime booming and with it a whole service industry, says study

Groups 'outsourcing specialist operations to highly skilled freelance cybercriminals'

Stinson Hunter is an unemployed former drug addict who has served a long jail sentence for arson

The paedophile hunter: Vigilante's success adds to pressure for greater police resources in child sex crackdown

But officers on force where his 'decoy house' is based express concern about his methods

Police officers search an area next to the river Brent for clues in the hunt for schoolgirl Alice Gross in London

Alice Gross: Police search National Trust estate for missing schoolgirl

More than 300 officers from a dozen police forces are involved in the hunt

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