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Crime

UK freedoms at risk as govt security report gives PM support for tougher measures
UK Prime Minister David Cameron’s plan to whip up support for new security proposals has been ramped up by the UK parliamentary Intelligence and Security Committee (ISC) report into 'intelligence' related to the murder of soldier Lee Rigby.

28.11.2014 16:14

Darren Wilson leaving Ferguson police force
Darren Wilson, the Ferguson, Missouri cop who killed unarmed black teenager Michael Brown in August, is under “no illusion” about remaining a police officer, his lawyer said.

28.11.2014 15:13

Activists advocate criminal charges for child porn possession
Members of Russia’s Public Chamber have prepared several proposals on how to protect women and children from exploitation. These include criminal prosecution for possession of child pornography.

28.11.2014 10:38

Biometric smartphones vulnerable to cyber fraud & targeted ads
An ex-GCHQ chief says he has serious security concerns regarding the use of biometric data in smartphone devices like Apple’s iPhone 6, warning users they could be vulnerable to cyber criminality and targeted advertising.

28.11.2014 09:20

Father appeals death penalty for Nigerian child bride accused of poisoning husband
The father of a teenage Nigerian girl, accused of murdering her husband with rat poison in what turned out to be a fatal post-marriage celebration, is appealing to a local court in an effort to spare his daughter the death sentence.

28.11.2014 09:08

‘Mexico has to change’: Pena Nieto pledges reform after 43 students ‘massacred’
Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto said he will introduce constitutional reform after 43 trainee teachers were allegedly handed by police to a drug gang and then brutally murdered. He pledged to bring corrupt local authorities under the “rule of law.”

27.11.2014 23:50

Blood money: 7 UK firms finance globally banned cluster bombs
Since 2011, 151 financial institutions worldwide have invested £17 billion in firms that produce deadly cluster bombs, which are banned under international law. Seven of these financial institutions are British.

27.11.2014 13:40

‘Key to ISIS fighting - concerted pressure on its funding and sources of arms’
Instead of the illegal bombing of civilians in Syria a more systematic political process is needed to fight ISIS, including restricting access to its arms sources, which may be the Gulf States and Saudi Arabia, British Labour MP Jeremy Corbyn told RT.

27.11.2014 13:30

Call for anti-gay crusader Milonov to be investigated for extremism
An upper house senator has asked Russian law enforcers to investigate the activities of St. Petersburg lawmaker Vitaly Milonov, known for his uncompromising defense of Christian values as well as promoting the ban on gay propaganda to minors.

27.11.2014 12:05

East London brothers jailed for attending terror training camp in Syria
Two brothers have been jailed for a total of almost eight years for going to a terrorist training camp in Syria, in what is being described by police as a ‘landmark case’ and the first in a long line of related terrorism cases to come to court.

26.11.2014 19:50

2 journalists attacked in Ferguson riots, police refuse to help
Two journalists from a Russian news agency were attacked by a group of youths during unrest in Ferguson. Police then refused to help them get to their car. After later discovering their vehicle had been burnt, they struggled to file a police report.

26.11.2014 23:11

Cleveland cops shot boy holding air gun 2 seconds after arriving at scene (VIDEO)
New video released from a police shooting in Cleveland, Ohio, shows a patrol car arriving on the scene and officers barely hesitating before fatally shooting in the stomach a young boy playing with an air gun.

27.11.2014 01:27