Egypt: Presidential run clear for Al-Sisi after majority vote for new constitution

Around 90% voters back new constitution, according to state-run media

Let cyclists use pavement to avoid dangerous stretches of road, says Transport Minister

Cyclists should be free to go on to a pavement to avoid hazardous stretches of road, Transport Minister Robert Goodwill has told police.

Superintendent Liz McAinsh said all 'key' members of the family, including Mikaeel's Pakistani-born father, had been spoken to and no arrests had been made

Mikaeel Kular search: Police issue nationwide alert for missing three-year-old Edinburgh boy who vanished in the night

Three-year-old Mikaeel Kular was last seen as his mother put him to bed – by Thursday morning he had gone. Jonathan Brown reports from Edinburgh on the local search and a nationwide alert

Dr Jose Manuel Mireles (third left), one of the leaders of the Michoacan vigilante group pictured with him. He has since been injured in an aircrash that could have been an attempt on his life

Mexico’s last line of defence: The militia taking on the country's drug cartels... and the police officers protecting them

A vigilante militia is marching on the stronghold of The Knights Templar cartel in Michoacan, and attacking the police they accuse of protecting the gang. Can they rescue the failing state?

Aubrey was mauled by an Alsatian let loose by a police officer while she was hiding from armed burglars in her home

Police apologise to Bafta-winning actress Juliet Aubrey over Alsatian attack

"Middlemarch" actress left "drenched in blood" after being bitten three times

Serving police officers have been found guilty of nearly 200 crimes in the past three years

Brothel-running, child abuse images, and selling firearms among nearly 200 crimes committed by police in last three years

Brothel-keeping and child porn among police officers’ crimes

Woman arrested by Lincolnshire Police on suspicion of assisting a suicide

Lincolnshire Police were called to the property on Wednesday morning

Coronation Street actor William Roache arrives at Preston Crown Court for the third day of his trial in Preston, Lancashire.

William Roache trial: Coronation Street star 'raped 15-year-old girl in his two homes', trial hears

The Coronation Street actor William Roache was “cold and calculated” when he pushed a 15-year-old girl on to a bed before raping her, jurors were told.

Family 'bitterly disappointed' at decision not to prosecute officer for murder over Anthony Grainger shooting

Chief Constable Sir Peter Fahy will be charged with breaching health and safety rules over police killing of unarmed man

Vasile Belea went missing at Stockwell station

Vasile Belea: Romanian man missing in London after Tube doors separated him from his son

A 63-year-old Romanian man visiting his son for Christmas has been missing in London since the pair were separated by closing Tube doors.

In images from last summer which came to symbolise anti-government protests, the 'lady in the red dress', later identified as Ceyda Sungur, is sprayed with tear gas by a police officer

Turkish riot police officer who gassed ‘lady in red’ faces prosecution and possible jail term

Incident came amid riots last summer which saw at least seven people killed

The UK's National Crime Agency describes the paedophile ring in the Philippines as 'a significant and emerging threat'

Police smash Philippines paedophile live-streaming ring

Operation Endeavour saw British police join forces with US and Australia investigators during two-year inquiry into international paedophile ring

Mother Paula Andrew stopped by police because her baby wasn’t wearing a coat

Ms Andrew said she refused to give her name and address to officers after they received an anonymous 999 call saying nine-month-old Maddy looked cold

Donald Macintyre's Sketch: As it is, Ed Miliband’s language fails – another sobering Commons tale

“The press was squared / the middle class was quite prepared.” Hilaire Belloc’s words about another Prime Ministerial hopeful could have been written for Ed Miliband this week. How better to describe his article in the Daily Telegraph, no less, promising to “save the middle class”?

Constance Briscoe arrives at Southwark Crown Court

Top judge Constance Briscoe 'lied to police in order to bring down Chris Huhne', court hears

Ms Briscoe is accused of misleading officers, tampering with an official statement and then submitting a fake document to try to get herself out of trouble

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Money, corruption and drugs

The monk who fears Buddhism in Thailand is a ‘poisoned fruit’
America's first slavery museum established at Django Unchained plantation - 150 years after slavery outlawed

150 years after it was outlawed...

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Kelly Clarkson: How I snubbed Simon Cowell and become a Grammy-winning superstar

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Tony Oursler on exploring our uneasy relationship with technology with his new show

You won't believe your eyes

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Moores must go. He should never have been brought back to fail again

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War with Isis: Fears that the looming battle for Mosul will unleash 'a million refugees'

The battle for Mosul will unleash 'a million refugees'

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