Police have arrested a man over the rape of a jogger in Chester. The victim was attacked last week, while out running with her dog.
A teenage girl has been raped in Gorton, Manchester. The 15-year-old was attacked as she walked along a floodlit path.
Peter Watton was released from prison on 12 June. He's considered a risk to the public.
A man's been charged with raping a 13-year-old boy in the toilets of a shopping centre in Greater Manchester.
Police were called to the Spindles shopping centre in Oldham on Monday afternoon.
A spokesman for Greater Manchester Police said: "A 31-year-old man has been charged following the rape of a teenage boy in Oldham.
"Matt Leigh Tyler, of Parkway, Chadderton, was charged with two offences of rape and was due to appear at Oldham Magistrates' Court this morning."
A man who forced his way into a 75-year-old woman's flat before raping her has been jailed. Wesley Wilson, 27 from Oldham was sentenced to 16 years in prison. after pleading guilty. Wilson went to an estate in Oldham which caters for elderly and infirm residents posing as a workman.
After checking each room, Wilson demanded the pensioner go into her bedroom, he then raped her and fled the flat.
Detective Sergeant Liz Hopkinson, said: "Whatever adjective you could use - cowardly, despicable, reprehensible - it would not be enough to convey just how heinous his actions were.
"Wilson held all the power. He frightened a vulnerable, helpless, elderly woman in her own flat before raping her. I'm sure everyone reading this will be as appalled as we were that someone could commit such a horrendous act upon a totally innocent woman.
A young man found the courage to tell how he was raped as a child after seeing a storyline on Coronation Street.
The victim, who can't be named for legal reasons, was watching scenes from an episode of the street in which the character Carla Connor was attacked.
He first told his mother who then told police and eight years after the attacks happened, babysitter Darren Bird was jailed.
Our correspondent Ashley Derricott reports: