Cameron wants to remove passports from anyone suspected of joining a violent extremist group
'Brazilian police make abusive use of lethal force to respond to crime and violence,' say researchers
Outrage over Sheffield United's decision to allow convicted rapist to train with team
Shrien Dewani comes face to face with two South African men convicted of his wife's 2010 murder
Barefoot biker flags down cameraman on side of the road before stealing his vehicle at gunpoint
Family demands answers over 'tragic' case which has 'serious implications' for the reporting of rape
Local resident claims attacker 'went Hannibal Lecter' on his victim before he died after being tasered
Schoolboy William Cornick fatally stabbed his Spanish teacher in the back and throat during class
System analyses intelligence from social networks and past offences to forecast who will commit crimes in the future
'I get approached all the time when I am in school uniform,' Greater Manchester schoolgirl tells MP
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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