15 arrested and smoke bombs hurled at police as English Defence League confront anti-fascist groupNewlyweds caught up in demonstration as they get married in city squarePolice penned in opposing protesters on opposite sides of square By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 17:14 GMT, 2 March 2013 | UPDATED: 22:07 GMT, 2 March 2013 Fifteen people were arrested today as smoke bombs were hurled at police during a rally by the far right English Defence League.
Amy Winehouse's ex-boyfriend Reg Traviss hits out at 'lies' of rape accuser who claimed she was too drunk to stand after CCTV showed her walking in heels Film producer Reg Traviss, 35, cleared of rape at London trial last weekCourt heard his accuser, 27, was 'so drunk she couldn't stand up or walk'But CCTV footage from brother Richard's nightclub proved this was falseTraviss: 'They were more than lies. This was a girl I thought of as a friend' | UPDATED: 13:20 GMT, 16 December 2012 Cleared: Reg Traviss (pictured last week) said he was 'gobsmacked' over the rape accusation after he had sex with the woman in December 2011 Reg Traviss today said he was ‘gobsmacked’ after hearing he had been accused of rape – and admitted his time in court last week before being cleared of all charges was ‘absolute torture’
Thousands of pro and anti Morsi protestors once again take to the streets in Egypt as angry clashes continue into a third day An vocal throng gathered outside a mosque for funeral of two fundamentalist group members killed during Wednesday's clashes Thousands of Egyptians took to the streets after midday prayers today to take part in rival rallies and marches across Cairo | UPDATED: 16:37 GMT, 7 December 2012 Thousands of Egyptians took to the streets after midday prayers in rival rallies and marches across Cairo today, as the standoff deepened over what opponents call the Islamist president's power grab, raising the specter of more violence.
Tanks on the streets of Cairo after seven people die in violent clashes over Morsi’s bid for absolute power Seven killed and hundreds injured as rival supporters clash outside palaceMilitary move in but vow not to oppress demonstrators Bloodiest battle since last year's uprising that brought down Hosni MubarakOpponents of President Morsi say his rule is 'no different' | UPDATED: 17:20 GMT, 6 December 2012 The Egyptian army was today patrolling the streets of Cairo after deadly clashes between supporters and opponents of the country's Islamist leader Mohammed Morsi. Seven people have been killed and almost 500 injured as the tension which has building since the President assumed near total powers over the country threatens to erupt. Supporters of Mr Morsi attacked his opponents who had gathered to protest outside the presidential palace overnight.