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Pakistan’s Butt and Asif guilty of spot-fixing

Former Pakistan Test captain Salman Butt and fast bowler Mohammad Asif have been found guilty of involvement in a "spot-fixing" betting scam.

Cameron reveals plans to reverse UK’s ‘moral rot’

David Cameron has announced a sweeping review of UK policy to reverse a "slow-motion moral collapse" that he blames for the recent riots in Britain.

Violence unlikely to resolve UK rioting

A United States street crime expert has warned that solving the problem of rioting was more complex than just arresting people.

British PM’s ex-aide arrested in phone-hacking scandal

Police have arrested UK PM David Cameron's former media chief over the phone hacking scandal at <i>News of the World</i>, where he served as editor.

Teen arrested for Lulz hack attacks

UK police working with the FBI have arrested a teenager in connection with attacks by the Lulz hacker group on the CIA, the US Senate and Sony.

Irish republicans issue London bomb threat

London police have received a bomb threat from Irish republicans on the eve of an historic trip by Queen Elizabeth II to the Republic of Ireland.

Landmark UK poll set to reject electoral reform

Britons looked set to reject a change in their electoral system, as they voted in a referendum that has threatened to tear the ruling coalition apart.

William and Kate marry as world watches

Prince William married Kate Middleton in regal splendour at Westminster Abbey on Friday as huge crowds and a global TV audience watched.

Will and Kate in biggest royal wedding for 30 years

Prince William and Kate Middleton marry on Friday in Britain's biggest royal wedding for 30 years, watched by over a million spectators in London.

World powers move towards Gaddafi exile plan

International powers meeting in London on Tuesday edged closer to an exile plan for embattled Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi.

Libyan rebels fight back, West divided

Rebels battling Muammar Gaddafi appealed on Friday for arms and medical aid, while the EU insisted the Libyan strongman step down "without delay".

Libya no-fly zone calls mount as new battles loom

Libya's air force stepped up air strikes and heavy shelling was heard on Tuesday as the revolt against Muammar Gaddafi entered its third week.

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