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New York lawyers say $6bn of ill-gotten gains were processed though money-transfer service
Two jailed, another sent to young offenders unit and fourth handed suspended sentence
Working from their bedrooms, they stole personal data from hundreds of thousands of people
The 35-year-old man was arrested by authorities in Barcelona
Onslaught, believed to be the work of spammers, has been likened to series of digital 'nuclear bombs'
A criminal investigation is under way after a hacker broke into email accounts belonging to members of the Bush family and their close friends, publishing phone numbers, home security codes and a picture of George H.W. Bush during his recent hospital stay, when he was reported to be close to death.
IT specialists should consider becoming police volunteers to help stop criminals trying to fleece Britons of hundreds of millions of pounds online, the Security Minister is to suggest.
Julia O'Dwyer says May's plan to give UK citizens new protections will come too late for her son
With an uncompromising performance at the Leveson Inquiry this week, the Met Police's Deputy Assistant Commissioner showed that she is not to be messed with
Pc David Rathband - the police officer shot and blinded by Raoul Moat - was found hanged, a coroner heard today.
PC David Rathband always insisted he never hated Raoul Moat for blinding him.
If you're having withdrawal symptoms after Henning Mankell wrote finis to the chronicles of Kurt Wallander, remember that it's possible to take alternative journeys down the mean streets of Swedish cities. If you're hardy enough to tackle crime narratives drenched in vitriol, grit your teeth and tackle Jens Lapidus's lacerating Stockholm Noir trilogy: Easy Money is the first volume. Lapidus paints a more cosmopolitan canvas than other writers – not to mention employing a far grimmer and more nihilistic use of the genre, with nary a comforting Swedish copper in sight.
The tiny town of Donzy is France's political weathervane. And things aren't looking good for Sarkozy, finds John Lichfield.
Inmate who started inferno told provincial governor what he planned to do
No shame in short
The most controversial policeman of the modern era, Commander Ali Dizaei, was sent back to jail in disgrace yesterday after being found guilty of corruption for a second time for trying to frame a man in a dispute over a £600 bill.