Comments from California judge set to cause new storm over attitudes to rape in the US
Businessman who was extradited to US for illegally selling batteries for Iranian missiles has pleaded guilty in court
Geologists across the world horrified by verdict, but some believe scientists failed victims of quake
BNP leader back on Twitter after publishing couple’s address and calling for demonstration at their home
Is there anybody who doesn't support campaign to drop Section 5, which makes it an offence to insult somebody?
Fury as Matthew Woods gets 12 weeks' prison for 'abhorrent' comments about missing girl
Home Office says radical cleric and four other suspects will be on plane within hours
European court rules that being sent to a US prison would not violate human rights of four terrorism suspects
Mark Halsey angered Liverpool fans by sending off Jonjo Shelvey and awarding a penalty to Man U
No charges over homophobic Tom Daley tweet, as Keir Starmer raises bar for criminal prosecution
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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