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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

Shots fired at police as violence flares in Belfast flag row

Frontline police officers have reported coming under gunfire as fresh loyalist violence erupted in Northern Ireland over the flying of the union flag.

Two charged after New Year shooting

Two men have been charged in connection with a shooting in the early hours of New Year's Day.

Woman denies murder bid on baby dumped at bottom of rubbish chute

A woman has denied attempting to murder a baby who was found at the bottom of a rubbish chute outside a block of flats.

Tragedy mars New Year celebrations across UK

Deaths, disturbances and missing people cast shadow on beginning of 2013

Bomb found under policeman's car in Northern Ireland

A booby trap bomb placed under the car of a policeman in Northern Ireland was clearly intended to kill, a police commander said tonight.

If put in the wrong place, filler can leak out through the ducts in breasts

Shooting victim: Breast implants saved my life

Breast implants are often promoted as a lifestyle choice, but now surgery clinics can point to another boon - personal security. A woman in Canada says hers stopped a bullet from causing more harm.

The violence is believed to have occurred at the Drunken Ship pub as fans of the London club were enjoying a drink

Two Roma fans charged over Spurs supporters knife attack in Rome

Two men have been charged with attempted murder after English football fans were attacked in Rome, police said today.

US agents arrest 34 white supremacists

Federal agents arrested dozens of members of the white supremacist Aryan Brotherhood of Texas on Friday and charged them with murder, kidnapping, racketeering and conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine and cocaine

Dale Cregan was arrested over the deaths of two police officers in Greater Manchester

Manchester shootings: Dale Cregan denies murdering PCs

Dale Cregan has denied murdering two policewomen in a gun and grenade attack.

Police at the scene of the Lonmin mine massacre earlier this month

Miners charged with murder – of colleagues shot dead by police

Lawyers say 270 workers will not get fair trial over strike massacre and demand their release

Two held over Notting Hill Carnival stabbings

Two men were arrested on suspicion of attempted murder yesterday after the most serious bout of violence to hit this year's Notting Hill Carnival.

South African is jailed for life for killing white supremacist Eugene Terreblanche

A black farmworker was sentenced to life in prison Wednesday for the brutal murder of South African white supremacist leader Eugene Terreblanche in a case that has been a source of racial tension in the city of Ventersdorp.

Two teenagers arrested over death of 46-year-old man beaten to death in Eastbourne

Two teenagers - one aged 13 - have been arrested in connection with the murder of man who was attacked after an argument with a group of youths outside a convenience store.

Michael Dokes fought heavyweight greats such as Evander Holyfield and Riddick Bowe

Boxing: Former world champion Dokes dies from liver cancer, aged 54

Former world heavyweight champion Michael Dokes, 54, has died after losing his battle with liver cancer.

Landscape gardener jailed for four years for 'mowing down' two teenagers that were camping in a field

A landscape gardener who drove his van into two teenagers who were camping in a field in what was an "absolutely terrifying" attack has been jailed for four years.

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