Photos of Bulger killer 'on Twitter'
The attorney general decided today to bring contempt proceedings against individuals who posted photographs online purporting to show James Bulger's killers.
Jon Venables and Robert Thompson were convicted of killing two-year-old James Bulger in 1993.
Images recently appeared on Twitter claiming to show an adult Venables, who was released from jail with a new identity in 2001.
The photos have since been taken down.
Britain is to give £1.4 million towards the trials of surviving members of Pol Pot's brutal regime in Cambodia, William Hague said today.
A further £1m is being donated to the Special Tribunal for Lebanon, set up to "end the climate of impunity for political assassination" in Cambodia.
The Foreign Secretary said Cambodia courts were facing "severe financial shortfalls," adding that it was important Britain supported the process.
Ikea withdrew a batch of its meatballs from sale in British stores today after horse meat was discovered by Czech authorities.
The Swedish company said meatballs would still be available to buy in its stores and only one batch was being withdrawn as a precaution until further tests on it could be done.
A spokesman said internal tests had shown no problems up to now.
Police were granted a further 36 hours today to question a man on suspicion of the murder of a 65-year-old woman at her home in Wrexham.
Glynis Solmaz was found after police were called to an address in Bryn Hafod in Caia Park on Wednesday.
A local man in his twenties was arrested on Friday evening and is being held at Wrexham police station.
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