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Man questioned over murder after woman, 60, dies from stab wounds in Stockport

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A woman has been arrested at Luton airport

Woman, 25, arrested on suspicion of Syria-related terror offences at Luton airport

The arrest comes amid concerns for more than 500 Britons who have joined the conflict in Iraq and Syria

16- to 19-year-olds the most likely to be victims of domestic violenc

Grooming and sexual abuse of young people not confined to 'gritty northern towns,' says charity

Legal highs are increasingly used to make a child become dependant

A still from video footage captured by journalist Eddie Mitchell

Licensed drone operator arrested by 'dangerous and idiotic' police officers while filming near Gatwick

Photojournalist Eddie Mitchell was later released without charge

Dark net used almost entirely for paedophilia sites, according to new study

Websites sharing child abuse material make up tiny proportion of dark net — but almost all of the traffic

Lizard Squad sells chance to use the tool that took down Xbox Live and PSN at Christmas

Hackers that ‘ruined Christmas’ for people with new Xboxes and PS4s will now do the same to anyone, for money

International charity aid arrives at a refugee camp for Syrians in Lebanon

Charities suffer as banks seek to avoid funding terrorists

Calls for new 'kitemark' for organisations which do most to avoid donations being diverted to armed groups

The photo, which Reddit users said had been posted across Sony Pictures computers (Links have been blurred out)

Sony hack was angry employee and gang of hackers, experts believe

North Korea likely not involved, say experts and lawyers

Plane ticket records suggest that the gangs are block-booking seats on budget flights to bring over Eastern Europeans and then sending them back again within a few days

New generation of budget-flight criminals roving Europe on ‘burglary blitzes’

The director of Europol said that 'old-fashioned crime' is being committed by 'highly mobile criminal groups' across Europe

National police forces are struggling to keep pace with organised gangs of talented computer programmers

Director of Europol: ‘Top computer graduates are being lured into cybercrime’

Rob Wainwright believes most cyber-gangs are based in Eastern Europe

Blackpool Victoria Hospital

Man and woman arrested after baby boy dies in Blackpool

Emergency services pronounced the newborn dead on Boxing Day

A shop shelf with vodka and other spirits

How to make sure you don't accidentally buy counterfeit vodka made from anti-freeze

Criminal gangs are making fake vodka; here's how to avoid it

A shop shelf with vodka and other spirits

Deadly fake vodka made from anti-freeze found on sale across Britain ahead of new year

Partygoers warned to avoid the dangerous substance 'at all costs'

Top row, left to right,Aziz Miah, Kirush Nanthajimar, bottom row left to right, Asif Kumbay and Vabeesan Sivarajah lost an appeal against their conviction in 2009. They had all denied murdering Prabaskaran Kannan, and accused each other of doing it

Three men convicted of murder under joint enterprise law gain right to appeal after fourth man's confession

Exclusive: Admission means there is a 'real possibility' the Court of Appeal will consider the convictions unsafe

Matthew Goddard murder: Man in Belfast found dead in violent Christmas Eve attack

PSNI have launched a murder investigation and arrested two people in connection with case

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A graphic history of US civil rights – in comic book form

A veteran of the Fifties campaigns is inspiring a new generation of activists
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Winston Churchill: the enigma of a British hero

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The jazz singer on being friends with Elton John, outer space and skiing in Dubai
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