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Two men charged over Antigua murders

Two men appeared in court yesterday charged with murdering the British newlyweds Catherine and Ben Mullany on Antigua.

Two charged with Antigua murders

A teenager and a man were today charged with murdering newly-weds Catherine and Ben Mullany on Antigua.

Eight quizzed over Antigua murders

Eight people have been arrested in connection with the deaths of honeymoon couple Ben and Catherine Mullany, police in Antigua said tonight.

Two women are charged over Antigua murders

Two women have been charged over the murders of the British honeymoon couple Ben and Catherine Mullany in Antigua, police said last night.

Women charged over Antigua murders

Two women have been charged in connection with the murders of British honeymooners Ben and Catherine Mullany in Antigua, police said today.

Viv Richards urges Antigua to be 'vigilant' on violence

*Sir Vivian Richards, the former West Indies cricketer, has urged Antiguans to be more vigilant against violent crime after the murder of a British couple on the Caribbean island.

Honeymoon shooting victim dies

Newlywed Ben Mullany who was shot with his wife on their honeymoon in Antigua has died, the hospital treating him said today.

This shocking honeymoon murder should not stop us travelling to Antigua

The shooting of the Mullanys has highlighted the increasing problem of violent crime in the Caribbean. But the way to make the region safe is to keep visiting, says Travel Editor Kate Simon

Antigua shootings: Manhunt widens as victim in coma flies back to UK

Scotland Yard and FBI drawn in after local police struggle for clues to brutal gun attack on British couple. By Stephen Foley in St John's, Antigua

Antigua behind the brochures: gangsters' paradise?

The shooting of Catherine Mullany and her husband, Ben, has put the Caribbean island of Antigua under a harsh spotlight. As crime spikes and gangs proliferate, has its allure been tarnished beyond repair? Stephen Foley reports from St John's

British man shot in Antigua flown home

A British man critically injured in an apparent botched burglary in which his bride was murdered during their honeymoon in Antigua was being flown home last night.

Antigua murder: Scotland Yard asked to help

The Prime Minister of Antigua called for Scotland Yard to help solve the murder of British bride Catherine Mullany and the shooting of her husband today.

Shot honeymooner begged for help, says witness

Murdered honeymooner Catherine Mullany begged for help after she and her husband were shot in their Caribbean holiday cottage, a witness said today.

Six questioned over Antigua honeymoon murder

Police in Antigua are questioning six suspects over the murder of a British doctor shot dead on her honeymoon, according to local media reports today.

Simon Calder: One British tourist is murdered every week

The murder rate for British tourists abroad runs at about one a week, making it one of the most significant causes of death – though well behind road accidents and drownings. Many of the victims of homicide abroad are longer-term residents or on visits to relatives. The statistics show that only a handful of tourists are killed by criminals (or, more rarely, terrorists) in the average year.

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