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Detectives said they were "shaken" by "horrific" alleged cases

Sex case defendants 'should not be named' says senior lawyer

Anonymity was granted to rape defendants under the 1976 Sexual Offences Act, but was removed in 1988

Colombian-style band Kombo Kolombia missing in northern Mexico

Mexican police are searching for 12 musicians and eight roadies who went missing after a gig on Thursday night.

Editorial: All interests must be declared

Declarations of interest are now standard practice for scientists who publish their work in recognised peer-reviewed journals. In medical research, for instance, it is important to know not just the findings and methodology of a particular study, but who actually paid for the work. And it would be unacceptable for scientists to put their names to a study involving a certain kind of drug if they refused to say whether they were paid by the drug company.

British victim finds closure in Majorca rape trial

A British woman who was raped and left for dead in Magaluf has spoken of the closure she hopes to get from seeing her attacker sent to jail.

Morsi shakes up finance ministry

Ten new Egyptian ministers were sworn in today in a shake-up aimed at improving the government’s handling of the ailing economy ahead of talks this week with the International Monetary Fund over a badly needed $4.8bn (£3bn) loan.

A prayer ceremony for the rape victim in New Delhi

Family 'consents to Delhi gang rape victim being identified'

The family of the medical student who died after being gang-raped on a Delhi bus have apparently given their consent to a plan to reveal her identity.

British women force court to drop case against Barbadian man accused of raping them

Two British women who defended a man falsely accused of raping them said they hoped the police would catch the real attacker as they won their battle to have the case against him dropped.

Poll: Is two years in prison the right punishment for man who defaced Rothko painting?

The 26-year-old man who defaced a Rothko painting hanging at London's Tate Modern gallery has been jailed for two years.

US drone strike in Pakistan kills three suspected militants

A US drone strike in Pakistan has killed three suspected militants near the Afghanistan border, according to intelligence officials.

Totnes did a more than decent thing

The town clubbed together to provide a funeral for a local homeless man

Men jailed for robbing student during riots freed after error

Two men convicted of robbing a Malaysian student during the London riots in August last year have had their convictions overturned after the Court of Appeal “disagreed” with a judge’s decision to allow testimony from anonymous witnesses at their original trial. 

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Man who claims he was abused by Sir Cyril Smith speaks out about alleged ordeal

A man who claims he was abused by the late Liberal Democrat politician Sir Cyril Smith has spoken out about the alleged ordeal - and said the Jimmy Savile affair has brought it back into the forefront of his mind.

Five Royal Marines charged with murder to remain anonymous, judge rules

Five Royal Marines charged with murder following an incident in Afghanistan will remain anonymous, a judge has ruled.

'How many more lies are you going to tell?' Family of Azelle Rodney accuse police of tampering with evidence to make it appear he had been carrying a weapon

The family of a suspected gangster shot dead during an armed operation seven years ago accused police of tampering with evidence to make it seem that the dead man had been carrying a weapon, a public inquiry heard.

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