Voices Oxford law student Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, son of the former Pakistan Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto.

His call has gone down very well far beyond the family stronghold

A Libyan protester holds a gun during clashes with troops in Benghazi

Lawless Libya: The growing list of unsolved murders

Two years after Gaddafi was overthrown, a weak government is struggling as the killing continues

The radical cleric Abu Hamza was reportedly the target of an assassination plot by French spies

French spies plotted to assassinate Abu Hamza on streets of London

Schemes of French intelligence services reported in Gateway to Terror investigation by HOPE Not Hate

Bombs and guns ‘have killed 11,500 children’ in Syria, research shows, including some executed and tortured

Reports records 764 children as summarily executed, 112 of whom were reported to have been tortured, including some of infant age

Ashes 2013-14: I see fear in eyes of England’s batsmen, claims David Warner

Australian cricketer castigates Trott’s approach at the crease

Air strikes kill dozens in northern Syria

Strikes hit a busy market area killing at least 29 civilians

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The world of Hyrule is as compelling as ever in this sequel to one of the best games of all time

The Policing Minister, Damien Green, has been told numbers of banning orders have fallen

Exclusive: Police warn of problems controlling hooliganism

Fewer officers mean banning orders are harder to enforce

Turkey 'bomber' suspect arrested outside PM's house

Man carrying a fake bomb had called police five times to 'tip them off'

Pakistan: US drone attack leaves six dead

A suspected US drone attack in northwest Pakistan has killed six people just outside of the country's remote tribal region, Pakistan authorities confirmed.

Teenager accused of planning repeat Columbine massacre faces retrial

A teenager accused of planning a “Columbine-style” attack on his former school will face a re-trial after an Old Bailey jury were unable to reach verdicts on two terrorism charges.

Civil Defence personnel extinguish a fire at the site of the explosions near the Iranian embassy in Beirut

Beirut bomb blasts kill 23: Iranian Embassy is the target in a widening war between Shia and Sunni

At least 160 people wounded in the two explosions, but could there be a more obvious target for those who curse Hezbollah’s military support for Assad's regime in Damascus?

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The illegal rave took place near Highclere Castle, Hampshire, the main filming location of Downton Abbey

One is not impressed: Police injured breaking up rave near Downton Abbey's Highclere Castle

Police allegedly had missiles thrown at them when they tried to stop the illegal music event near the Downton Abbey set

Afghanistan suicide car bomb kills ten near Kabul compound

More than 20 were also injured after a bomb attack in the Afghan capital

Bower 2011; she made a passionate speech at this year’s Party Conference

Hetty Bower: Political activist whose membership of the Labour Party stretched back to the days of Keir Hardie

Hetty Bower, who has died at the age of 108, had a life remarkable both for its longevity and for decades of indefatigable campaigning on a range of anti-war and left-wing issues. Despite failing eyesight and hearing, until a few months ago she was still taking part in protest marches, often delivering inspirational speeches. She was not only one of the oldest women in Britain but also one of the country’s oldest political activists.

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