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Rochdale council will release details of a review of their handling of child sexual exploitation after nine men were jailed for grooming girls.
The nine Asian sentenced to between four and 19 years in jail after being found guilty of being part of a child sexual exploitation ring involving vulnerable girls.
It has been a month since a huge building collapsed in Dhaka killing garment workers. A Bangladeshi government inquiry has found that poor quality construction materials and building code violations were among the "series of irregularities" that caused the collapse.
More than 1,100 people were killed and more than 2,500 injured after the eight-storey Rana Plaza factory building near Dhaka, Bangladesh collapsed on April 24.
Business Editor Laura Kuenssberg has been in Dhaka to see the site of the collapse and examine the garment industry in Bangladesh.
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Prince William will welcome football officials from across Europe to the UEFA Congress in London today, where anti-racism measures are expected on the agenda.
UEFA is also likely to confirm the Europa League winner will be in the Champions League from 2015.
The Independent has spoken to a former London Islamic cleric who claims to have known Michael Adebolajo.
Omar Bakri Mohammed, who now lives in Lebanon, told the paper: “I saw the film and we could see that he [the suspect] was being very courageous.
“Under Islam this can be justified, he was not targeting civilians, he was taking on a military man in an operation. To people around here [in the Middle East] he is a hero for what he has done.”
Mr Bakri Mohammed is quoted in the paper as saying: “I knew him as Michael when he came to the meetings and then he converted and he became known as Abdullah; I hear he then started calling himself Mujahid.
"He asked questions about religion, he was curious. He had first started coming when there was a lot of anger about the Iraq war and the war on terror. Whether I influenced him or not, I do not know. But he was a quiet boy, so something must have happened.”
Part of a freeway over a river in Washington state has collapsed and vehicles have been reported in the water, according to Reuters.
The funeral of fusilier Samuel Flint, who was killed by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan, will take place today.The 21-year-old died when the Mastiff armoured vehicle he was travelling in hit an improvised explosive device (IED) while on patrol in Helmand province on April 30.
He was killed along with Corporal William Savage, 30, of the 2nd Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland and Private Robert Hetherington, 25, who served with the 7th Battalion of the Regiment.
A statement from the family said: "The whole family is completely devastated.
"Everyone should know that Sam loved his job and made his whole family and everyone that knew him very proud."
The report found young people with access to pornography can lead to engaging in "risky behaviours."
These included sex at a younger age, unprotected anal sex and the use of drugs and alcohol during sex.
The report also highlighted the influence of porn on children's sexual beliefs, leading to young people developing unrealistic attitudes about sex, bad attitudes towards relationships and beliefs that women are sex objects.
A "significant proportion" of children are exposed to or access pornography, which can occur both online and offline, the report said.
The charity Help For Heroes has been swamped with donations, leading to its website crashing after Drummer Lee Rigby was murdered while wearing one of its tops.
Help For Heroes offered its thanks for the "extraordinary demonstration of support" which had taken it by surprise.
Posting a statement on its holding page, it said:
Since the sad news emerged that a serving soldier had been murdered in Woolwich, Help for Heroes has been overwhelmed with people spontaneously showing their support for the Armed Forces.
Our website is struggling to cope with this overwhelming reaction from the British public, some of whom are choosing to buy T shirts and hoodies.
This sudden surge of interest in the work we're doing to help the wounded and their families has taken us completely by surprise.
We just want to help, and all funds we receive will be used to provide direct, practical support to those affected by their service to our country.
We ask all our volunteers, fundraisers and donors to remember Lee Rigby's family, colleagues and friends.
Thousands of people have visited our website wishing to donate or to buy H4H T-shirts in an extraordinary demonstration of support and defiance of terrorism.
We are working hard to respond to this level of activity.
Lego have unveiled the world's largest model ever assembled with the toy bricks in Times Square. The massive Star Wars-themed replica weighs nearly 46,000 pounds and took 32 master builders, five million bricks and over 17,000 hours to complete.
The model will remain in Times Square as an interactive exhibit until Saturday, May 25th.
Lincolnshire Police issued a warning to people on social media sites about making comments which could incite racial hatred, as its officers continued a search of a house in Saxilby.
– Lincolnshire Police statement
We would urge people to consider the very real impact of their online comments in relation to this matter.
We have received a number of reports from local members of the public about tweets (on Twitter) and Facebook comments that could potentially incite racial hatred and violence.
These are currently being investigated. If such communications are reported to us and they do breach the law, those messages may be monitored; captured and robust police action will be considered.