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Joanna Dennehy was allegedly assisted by two accomplices who tried to help her cover up the 'terrible truth' of the three murders

Connie Villa is accused of murdering her daughter, poisoning her children and stabbing her ex-husband on Christmas Day.

Mother 'poisoned daughters and stabbed ex-husband' on Christmas Day

35-year-old Connie Villa has been charged with first-degree murder

Michael Adebolajo

Lee Rigby murder trial: Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale found guilty of murdering soldier by hacking him to death

At least one of the killers had been ‘on radar’ of security services and police for years

Michael Adebolajo (left) and Michael Adebowale are accused of murdering Fusilier Rigby as he returned to barracks

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Prosecutor Richard Whittam says what the men did was 'indefensible in the law of this country'

Michael Adebolajo in court

Lee Rigby murder trial: Defendants will not face charge of conspiracy to murder

The two men in the dock over the killing of Lee Rigby will no longer face the additional charge of conspiracy to murder a police officer.

Michael Adebolajo (left) and Michael Adebowale are accused of murdering Fusilier Rigby as he returned to barracks

Lee Rigby murder trial: Michael Adebowale offers no evidence in his defence

22-year-old is one of two men accused of running the soldier down in a car and then hacking him to death with a meat cleaver and knives

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Lee Rigby murder trial: Fusilier’s widow walks out as court is shown video tirade by defendant Michael Adebolajo

Footage of police interviews with 28-year-old shows him saying: ‘may Allah forgive me if I acted in a way that is displeasing to Him’

Woolwich murder trial: Armed police officer 'feared for her life as Lee Rigby accused charged towards her with machete'

One of the first police officers on the scene of the murder of Fusilier Lee Rigby thought she was going to die when one of the killers charged towards her waving a machete, the Old Bailey heard today.

A photo of Abdelhakim Dekhar taken in 1994 during his custody as part of the Rey-Maupin case

Paris shootings suspect Abdelhakim Dekhar charged with attempted murder and kidnapping

The Paris prosecutor has lodged a preliminary charge against the suspect in a shooting spree at media offices and a bank.

Thorney Dyke near Peterborough where the bodies of two men were discovered in a ditch

Joanna Dennehy trial: Serial killer stuns Old Bailey by pleading guilty to murdering three men and dumping bodies in ditches

Joanna Dennehy also pleaded guilty to the attempted murders of another two men, Robin Bereza and John Rogers

Man held over attempted murder of police officer in Battersea

A man armed with a knife has been arrested on suspicion of attempting to murder a police officer.

Police in the street where the bomb was planted

Northern Ireland: Former police officer finds bomb planted under his car

A former policeman in Northern Ireland appears to have saved both his own and his 12-year-old daughter's lives when he spotted a bomb planted under his car.

Locked up: Broadmoor, home to Yorkshire Ripper Peter Sutcliffe; moors murderer Ian Brady remains in Ashworth Peter

'Send Yorkshire Ripper back to jail': Expert says Broadmoor 'out of step' and too keen to hold on to celebrity patients

Broadmoor, the high-security psychiatric hospital, where some of Britain's most notorious offenders are treated, has been criticised as an "expensive anachronism" which holds on to "celebrity" patients when they should be back in prison, according to one of the country's most respected psychiatrists.

Jordanian MP opens fire on tribal rival in parliament

An MP has been accused of opening fire several times on a colleague with an automatic rifle and chasing him through the parliament building before being overpowered.

'Why so serious?': Man obsessed with Batman villain the Joker to be sentenced for attempted murder

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