A teacher from Manchester will appear in court charged with terror offences linked to Syria's civil war.
Jamshed Javeed from Levenshulme is suspected of travelling to or supporting the fighting in the country.
Mr Javeed who taught science at a school in Bolton was one of four people held after counter-terrorism raids.
He's charged with with intending to assist others to commit acts of terrorism. The 29 year old of Cringle Road will appear at the Old Bailey.
A gang of boys, aged between 10 and 16, are thought to have attacked three people in a park in Levenshulme in Manchester on Sunday, before robbing them of a laptop.
The group of around eight approached the victims wearing dark clothes and riding mountain bikes.
Detective Constable Laura Sheppey said:
“This type of crime and behaviour will not be tolerated on the streets of Manchester. Innocent members of the public should be able to use the local parks without fear of being the victim of a crime.
“What makes this crime further concerning is that some of the offenders are as young as 10-years old."
Anyone that has any information about the incident is urged to contact the police.
Fire crews spent the night fighting a fire at a scrap metal firm in Levenshulme in Manchester, last night. They were called after a fire broke out on Sandfold Lane.
At the height of the fire around 30 firefighters were at the scene.
Station manager Ian Tracey said: "They [crews] surrounded the fire and stopped it from spreading to nearby buildings and machinery.
"During the incident we have worked with the Environment Agency and United Utilities to ensure that water run-off from the fire is kept to a minimum."
Police are searching for the owner of a dog who mauled a man's arm in the street before leaving the scene.
Phil McMullen has been left with horrific injuries after the unprovoked attack near his home in Levenshulme.
Police have issued an image of Saeed Ahmad, who's wanted in connection with the rape of a woman in Levensulme.Read the full story ›
Officers and paramedics found the injured man, aged 40, and took him to hospital.Read the full story ›
Greater Manchester Police say they are investigating following the death of a man in Levenshulme.
At about 6.45pm on Thursday 30 May 2013, they were called to Barlow Road in Levenshulme following reports of a disturbance outside a house.
Officers attended along with paramedics who found the injured man and took him to hospital.
He later died at the Manchester Royal Infirmary.
As a result of police inquiries, six people - three men and three women - were subsequently arrested on suspicion of murder and remain in police custody for questioning.
Inquiries into the circumstances surrounding the man's death are ongoing.
A murder investigation is underway in Manchester after a man was found dead in Levenshulme
The man was taken to hospital after an altercation outside a house on Barlow Road, but he later died.
Three men and three women have been arrested on suspicion of murder.
Hundreds of people gathered in Levenshulme, some lying on the road, to protest at council plans to close the library and swimming pool.Read the full story ›
A mass protest is being held later ahead of a meeting that could seal the fate of both the swimming pool and the library in Levenshulme.Read the full story ›