Reunited: Mother breaks down in tears as she is reunited with six-year-old girl abducted from Britain three years ago

Reunited: Mother breaks down in tears as she is reunited with six-year-old girl abducted from Britain three years ago Six-year-old went missing on her third birthday during trip to seaside Atiya was traced after police published picture of what she looks like now Father currently serving a prison sentence for refusing to reveal her locationRazwan Ali Anjum took her to Lahore in Pakistan three years ago | UPDATED: 22:21 GMT, 28 December 2012 The mother of a missing girl abducted three years ago broke down in tears as she described the moment she saw her daughter again today.

Libya and a stain on Britain"s conscience

Libya and a stain on Britain’s conscience | UPDATED: 23:54 GMT, 13 December 2012 Britain has long been shamed by the grubby relationship between the Blair government and the murderous Colonel Gaddafi regime. The terrorist – who funded IRA attacks in Britain, and feted the Lockerbie bomber – was indulged, fawned over and brought in from the cold by our ex-Prime Minister, who was desperate to get his hands on lucrative Libyan oil contracts. Yet the squalid antics of the Blair administration have not only left a stain on this nation’s conscience.

Fears grow for missing 14-year-old schoolgirl as police release CCTV of her talking to a stranger on night she went missing

Fears grow for missing 14-year-old schoolgirl as police release CCTV of her talking to a stranger on night she went missingShelley Pratt was last seen in Croydon town centre five weeks ago Officers becoming increasingly concerned for the safety of the teenagerStill being treated as a missing persons' inquiry, although murder squad officers are running the investigation | UPDATED: 20:35 GMT, 13 December 2012 CCTV images have been released of a missing 14-year-old schoolgirl talking to a mystery man on the night she disappeared.

Price of Blair"s tawdry deal in the desert: 2m payout to buy silence of dissident handed over to Gaddafi"s torturers

Price of Blair's tawdry deal in the desert: 2m payout to buy silence of dissident handed over to Gaddafi's torturersSami al-Saadi says his family were captured and flown via Hong Kong to be handed over to Colonel GaddafiUK government denies liability for the extraordinary rendition in 2004It came after Tony Blair's infamous 'deal in the desert' with GaddafiDocuments found after Gaddafi's downfall showed the CIA knew of the British involvement Human rights groups call for a full inquiry into the case | UPDATED: 23:39 GMT, 13 December 2012 Payout: Sami al Saadi was given 2.2m to 'buy his silence' A dissident abducted and handed to Colonel Gaddafi’s torturers with the alleged help of Tony Blair’s government was given 2.2million last night to buy his silence. Sami al Saadi, 45, was dispatched with his wife and four young children back to his native Libya where he was imprisoned and maltreated. The ‘rendition’ operation – conducted with apparent MI6 support – took place only three days after Mr Blair visited Libya for the now infamous 2004 ‘deal in the desert’.

Leveson Inquiry: Press intrusion victims refuse to meet Culture Secretary in anger over David Cameron"s reaction to the Leveson report

Press intrusion victims refuse to meet Culture Secretary in anger over David Cameron's reaction to Leveson's findingsGerry and Kate McCann and Sally and Bob Dowler rejected an invitation to discuss the Leveson Report with Culture Secretary Maria MillerAccording to HackedOff campaigners they were 'too angry' to attend J.K. Rowling said she felt 'duped' and 'dismayed' by the Prime Minister | UPDATED: 01:57 GMT, 1 December 2012 Prominent victims of press intrusion rejected an invitation to meet with Culture Secretary Maria Miller to discuss the Leveson Report, because they feel ‘let down’ by David Cameron’s reaction to its findings. The group, including Gerry and Kate McCann and the parents of Milly Dowler, said they were too 'angry' to attend the meeting yesterday, according to HackedOff campaigners.