The act was intended to 'send a strong message', but Indian police warn against mob justice
Tyupkin hack allows fraudsters to enter a Pin code and take out up to 40 notes at once
Four men arrested amid fears of British jihadists returning from Syria to launch attacks on UK soil
Europol issues a warning about the dangers that come with the so-called Internet of Things
63-year-old Brenda Leyland was alleged to have abused the parents of missing girl Madeleine via Twitter
A vast number of child abuse images and too few specialist officers has led to a backlog of seized computers
Scotland Yard targets 19 addresses and detains nine men as part of anti-terrorism investigation
Thousands of people suspected of viewing child abuse images but arrests are 'beyond the capacity of police'
Former head of children's services in Rotherham resigns from current role as police commissioner
After Oscar Pistorius is cleared of murder, his family says there are 'no victors' in such a tragic scenario
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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