Ten new alleged tax-dodgers have been added to the Government’s most-wanted list but only one of the original 20 has been caught in the past year. Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) last year published the names and pictures of 20 people accused of fleeing while owing hundreds of thousands of pounds - and in many instances millions.
Last Updated (Friday, 09 August 2013 12:29)
At an age when most kids are starting high school, Texas teen Rosalio Reta, now 24, was carrying out bloody murders for one of Mexico's most sadistic and violent drug cartels.
Last Updated (Wednesday, 07 August 2013 16:21)
The World Bank’s Board of Executive Directors today approved US$340 million for the Regional Rusumo Falls Hydroelectric Project which aims to benefit 62 million people in Burundi, Rwanda and Tanzania. This project is the first operation under the World Bank Group Great Lakes Regional Initiative inaugurated by World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim during his historic joint visit with UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon in May 2013.
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The families of some of the 22 Indian primary school pupils who died after eating a school lunch contaminated with pesticides have buried the children in the school playground in protest at 'government negligence'. Police have arrested the school cook following the poisoning which may have been part of a political feud between two branches of the same family, a local police chief said. READ MORE
Last Updated (Friday, 19 July 2013 18:36)
A street in the capital London was today strewn with debris after squatters confronted police and bailiffs who were trying to evict them. Rushcroft Road, near the centre of up-and-coming Brixton, was covered in rubbish and bins were torched as the authorities evicted around 70 occupants from six mansion blocks, many of whom have lived there rent-free for 32 years. Two arrests were made during the incident. READ MORE
Last Updated (Monday, 15 July 2013 17:14)