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Former RGS schoolboy Shabazz Suleman, who now lists his location on Facebook as Raqqa, Syria

Isis has fighters 'just waiting for order to attack West', says British grammar schoolboy turned teen jihadist Shabazz Suleman

The Buckinghamshire 19-year-old claims he was returned to Isis in Syria by the Turkish authorities in prisoner exchanges last year

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Primary school caretaker found with over 600 child abuse images walks free from court

Michael Pendry, 55, who lived on the school grounds, claimed he accessed the images because of a 'morbid curiosity'

The man stepped off the bus before assaulting the driver

Video: Shocking CCTV shows man head-butt bus driver in Croydon

The Metropolitan Police are now appealing to the public for help in identifying the man

Premier League footballer Ravel Morrison arrives at Manchester Crown Court where he faces charges of assault on his ex-girlfriend.

Ravel Morrison cleared: West Ham midfielder has assault charges dropped

He was due to go on trial at Manchester Crown Court later this month accused of hitting his ex-girlfriend and her mother

A fire at South Oxfordshire District Council in Crowmarsh Gifford, Oxfordshire

Oxfordshire fires: Man arrested as three 'major' blazes reported in space of 10 minutes across county

Incidents include council buildings, as police open arson investigation

In 2010 there were more than 2,800 acts of honour violence. File photo.

Runaways are still at risk from honour killings, says think-tank

Figures suggest that in 2010 there were more than 2,800 acts of honour violence

Bexleyheath Academy in Bexleyheath, Kent

Sex teacher Stuart Kerner spared jail after judge says he was 'groomed' by 16-year-old girl

Judge Joanna Greenberg criticised after giving suspended 18-month sentence to religious education teacher, Stuart Kerner, 44, following affair

Joanne Mjadzelics, 39, the former girlfriend of paedophile rocker Ian Watkins, has been cleared of indecent images charges at Cardiff Crown Court.

Ian Watkins' ex-girlfriend Joanne Mjadzelics not guilty of child sex abuse image offences

Watkins is currently serving a 35-year jail sentence for child sex offences.

Adel Defilaux, a French-born Muslim, poses with his advertising board on which he has written

Muslim cafe owner in London receives 'death threat' over Je Suis Charlie sign outside his coffee shop

French-born Adel Defilaux was allegedly told 'something bad will happen' by a man in his Brick Lane cafe

Clematis plants grow vigorously

The unkindest cut: Criminal record for elderly neighbours who cut back man's clematis

86-year-old man and woman aged 81 convicted after 76-year-old complained to police

Greater Manchester Police headquarters

Police urge young women to 'keep to well-lit areas' after the rape of 15-year old girl in Salford

The teenager was attacked on Sunday at around 10:00pm

Lee Webb, 23, who accidentally sent his three year old off to nursery with his drug dealing kit instead of his lunchbox

Father jailed for mistakenly sending his toddler to nursery with bag of drugs and knives instead of packed lunch

A Detective Constable of Kent Police said: "Stupidity does not even come close to describing the actions of this man."

Liverpool Crown Court, where Ryan Kenny was sentenced for attacking a transgender woman

Man jailed for 20 months for assaulting a transgender woman with her own wig

Ryan Kenny, 20, also stole the woman's make up in the attack

Feltham young offender institution houses 240 boys aged between 15 and 18

One in 4 inmates at youth 'prison' held in virtual solitary confinement, say inspectors

Levels of violence mean constant juggling to keep feuding boys apart, they say

Lewis Daynes, left, was jailed for life for murdering 14-year-old Breck Bednar

Teenage sexual sadist Lewis Daynes had been arrested years before he killed schoolboy

Murder victim's mother accuses authorities of incompetence as killer is jailed

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