Pets could be confiscated under a tough new law to combat the 'invasion' of Western culture
Northern Ireland votes to ban paying for sex but campaigners say the move will put sex workers at higher risk
Europol issues a warning about the dangers that come with the so-called Internet of Things
Advisory group says practice should be decriminalised as it isn't up to the courts to uphold social taboos
Existing laws deemed 'fit for purpose', as social media sites and parents urged to tackle the practice
Cigarette company RJ Reynolds plans to challenge 'runaway verdict' for widow of Florida chain smoker
Revelation prompts renewed calls for Baroness Butler-Sloss to step down
Campaigners say new legislation is needed to protect victims of revenge porn
As corporations are given the right to religious freedom, Obama argues it 'jeopardises' women's health
'Core' of terror trial will be secret, but media and public will have access to most proceedings
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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