The new report has not yet been properly assessed, says the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights
'You don't need to be a criminal profiler to draw a mental sketch of the killers'
Eight others were injured in the blast during a security workshop
The 69-year-old has said the deceased was 'not the housewife she used to be'
The IPCC found 'individual and systemic failings' in the care of Martine Brandon
One suspect died and four police officers were injured in the raid on Tuesday
The three fugitives had escaped from a high security prison and adopted disguises to avoid detection
Results a blow to the SNP, which replaced the country’s eight regional forces with a single replacement in 2013
Police search fails to turn up any new evidence
Hospital staff have been 'obstinate' about treating the girl, fearing government reprisal
Unnamed officer on bail after being arrested on suspicion of sexual activity with a child
Malawi's Inspector General of police authorised his officers to shoot on sight to protect albino people
Police responded to reports of a man threatening someone with a knife
The boy's friend said police 'already had their guns out' as they ran up to the scene
The accountant hanged himself after killing seven children and both of his parents, Indian police say
Community officers are posted at crime scenes without training or protection, says trade union