Child sexual abuse streamed live over the internet on services like Skype has been flagged as an emerging threat by experts.
The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (Ceop) - the police division charged with tackling child abuse - reports that it has seen in increase in this type of activity in 2012.
In its annual threat assessment of child sexual exploitation and abuse, Ceop said that offenders tend to target vulnerable families overseas to set up live access to children over webcams in exchange for payment.
Often these families are in developing countries in areas with extreme poverty, rising levels of access to the internet and poor child protection policies, the report said.
More top news
French courts have forbidden two sets of parents from naming their two, unrelated, daughters Nutella and Strawberry.
A video has been posted online by students at Nottingham Trent University showing an alleged intruder stuck in a window of a building.
As the Greek Prime Minister is sworn in, we take a look at the main planks of his party's economic plan for the country.