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Footage of hooded thugs firing shots at police officers and a force helicopter during this month's riots has been released.

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Detectives investigating the murders of three friends struck by a car while protecting shops from looters in Birmingham are seeking further suspects but continued to question three men arrested on Thursday.

More suspects sought in car probe

Detectives investigating the deaths of three men who were struck by a car while guarding shops from looters are seeking further suspects, an inquest heard tonight.

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The Sketch: Cameron avoids the cutting question as clichés abound

The hurdles were set so low that it was like stepping off an escalator for David Cameron and Ed Miliband to make speeches that could be held to "rise to the level of events", the cliché eventually used by John Bercow, the Speaker. For the Prime Minister, the level was set by his deputy, now sitting behind him on his right, in a serious purple tie, looking up, frowning briefly and then looking to one side. Nick Clegg was reported in these pages on Wednesday as saying: "I wonder whether some of the youngsters out on the streets last night have really thought through the consequences of what they did. That's why they shouldn't do it again."

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The police are releasing CCTV in an attempt to catch suspected rioters and looters who have so far evaded arrest.

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An 18-year-old male has been arrested on suspicion of arson after a Miss Selfridge store in Manchester city centre was set alight.

CCTV bid to identify riot suspects

CCTV images capturing hooded rioters in the act have been released by Scotland Yard.

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Mogul's son flees after CCTV film is posted online

The son of a Ukrainian media mogul has fled the country after CCTV footage which purports to show him punching a woman and dragging her by her hair across the floor was posted on YouTube. Roman Landik, 37, escaped a wave of public outrage at the 14-minute film of him allegedly assaulting 20-year-old model Maria Korshunova at a trendy café in the eastern city of Luhansk.

A new social network – communities use CCTV to crack crime

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Video: CCTV released of Oslo blast

CCTV footage of Friday's bomb blast in central Oslo has been released.

Police investigate who dumped laptop in the bin

A police investigation into why a laptop and paperwork were dumped in a bin near the riverside home of Rebekah Brooks gathered pace yesterday.

Prosecutors to drop 'significant' number of Fortnum protest cases

A "significant" number of the hundreds of cases bought against UK Uncut activists who stormed a central London department store in March are expected to be dropped, according to prosecutors.

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