Millions hit by global internet slowdown after biggest cyber-attack in historySpamHaus group under attack from cyber-vandals in GenevaBut other unconnected sites across the world have been caught in attackNow, emails have slowed down as a result, expert claims PUBLISHED: 15:19 GMT, 27 March 2013 | UPDATED: 17:53 GMT, 27 March 2013 Internet traffic around the world has suffered a slowdown in the biggest ever cyber-attack of its kind.
Mob of 50 Nazis attacks group of Tottenham fans in French bar ahead of European cup match Around 150 fans were attacked by mob of 50 in Lyon's Smoking Dog pubThugs said to have been making Nazi salutes and threw flare into the pubWitnesses said three fans were taken to hospital, one with a head injurySpurs fans were ambushed in Rome last year ahead of game against Lazio /11/24/article-2237760-1628D8B8000005DC-793_634x418.jpg” width=”634″ height=”418″ alt=”Brutal: Ten supporters were hurt and one seriously injured in the Rome attack, while two Roma fans were charged with attempted murder” class=”blkBorder” /> Brutal: Ten supporters were hurt and one seriously injured in the Rome attack, while two Roma fans were charged with attempted murder In the last decade English football fans have been the subject of a series of knife attacks when going to support their team at games in Rome In November, some were ambushed inside a pub in Rome on the eve of their game against Lazio. Tottenham fan James Taylor drove through the night from his home in Ilford, Essex, to attend tonight's Europa League second round second leg clash
Photo 'reveals new identity of Bulger's killer'The image was uploaded to Twitter on TuesdayThe Attorney General's Office is investigating By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 01:04 GMT, 14 February 2013 | UPDATED: 04:03 GMT, 14 February 2013 A photograph published on the internet may have exposed the new identity of one of James Bulger’s killers. The image, uploaded to Twitter on Tuesday, the 20th anniversary of the murder, allegedly showed Jon Venables at a birthday party.
BBC bunker: News studios built in bomb proof room to protect it from suicide attacksIt sits underneath the main reception of the 1bn New Broadcasting House Staff would be protected from a blast if a bomber walked in the front doorJournalists warned to behave because they will be seen during bulletins By Alex Gore PUBLISHED: 09:40 GMT, 13 January 2013 | UPDATED: 19:00 GMT, 13 January 2013 The BBC's new multi-million pound television news studio has been built to be bomb proof to protect journalists from suicide attacks. The news room sits in a bunker under the main reception at the 1billion New Broadcasting House.
Two French commandos killed and hostage murdered by captors after daring helicopter raid on Somali militants ends in disaster Militant group al-Shabab had held French soldier Denis Allex since 2009French spies stormed house after arriving in five helicoptersThree civilians and 17 Islamists also killed during fire fight Operation came hours after pilot died during French attacks on Malian militants , looking gaunt, he sent a video message to new President Francois Hollande, telling how his hopes of a rescue were fading by the day. He calls on France to drop its 'oppressive attitude' towards Muslims and says Mr Hollande represented his last hope of rescue. Poignantly, he adds: 'I am alive.
'Mum am I still cute' What three-year-old boy asked after he was left with fractured eye socket and face wound in dog attack Trafford-James Jackson-Poole was attacked in Newbold, DerbyshireHe had been at a village pub with family when he was mauledMother Gemma Jackson has called for the Japanese Akita to be destroyedThe three-year-old could be scarred for life following the incident /06/12/article-2158220-1392FB25000005DC-547_634x432.jpg” width=”634″ height=”432″ alt=”Japanese Akitas, which can weigh up to nine stone, are not classified as dangerous under the Dangerous Dogs Act, but there have been several recent cases of them attacking people” class=”blkBorder” /> Attack: Japanese Akita dogs can grow to weigh more than nine stone but are not considered dangerous under the Dangerous Dogs Act The pub refused to comment. Marston's, the brewery which owns the Nag's Head, said: 'This matter is currently in the hands of the police.' Japanese Akita's are powerful dogs that can grow to weigh more than nine stone. They are not included in the Dangerous Dogs Act, but there has been several attacks by the breed.
Jimmy Savile detectives investigating 31 rape claims against DJ as police are approached by 450 alleged victims Unprecedented number of allegations against one individual 80 per cent of those reporting abuse to Operation Yewtree are childrenSeven suspects detained in London and three elsewhere in the countryFreddie Starr and DJ Dave Lee Travis among the famous names questionedPolice have seen a four-fold increase in the reporting of unrelated child abuse and sexual offences following the allegations in October | UPDATED: 03:54 GMT, 13 December 2012 A total of 31 allegations of rape have been made against Jimmy Savile, police revealed yesterday. Detectives said they had received 199 complaints of sex attacks against the late BBC star from 450 different people. Savile is said to have carried out the attacks in 17 police force areas.
Horrific footage shows 'Syrian rebels' forcing boy to behead captive with sword WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENTDisturbing video is purportedly the work of the Free Syrian ArmyBoy is egged on by older men chanting Allahu Akbar', or 'God is great'Rebels said to have taken control of a military base close to Damascus | UPDATED: 15:31 GMT, 11 December 2012 It is perhaps the most disturbing piece of video footage to emerge out of the Syrian crisis to date. A young boy is egged on by a group of older men, believed to be rebel fighters, and filmed hacking the head off a man who is lying on the ground. An older man is then seen picking up the head before placing it on top of the body like a macabre trophy
Tick-box GPs ordered to spend more time with your patients: Family doctors told to focus on dementia sufferers or lose funding GPs will be rewarded for helping patients control blood pressure and cholesterolThey will have to concentrate on spotting early warning signs of illness and dealing with long-term conditions Critics say the changes could be 'deeply damaging' to patientsThey are expected to result in cuts to GP pay | UPDATED: 00:00 GMT, 7 December 2012 Family doctors will have their pay for doing ‘tick-box exercises’ slashed to encourage them to spend more time on preventing serious illnesses. Plans unveiled today show that GPs will instead be rewarded for helping patients to control their blood pressure and cholesterol, preventing heart attacks and stroke and assessing patients at risk from dementia. Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt said they would no longer be rewarded for ‘bureaucratic tick-box exercises’ and will have to concentrate on spotting early warning signs of illness and dealing with long-term conditions
Stuart Hall is charged with sex attacks on young girls: It's A Knockout host facing claims dating back decades Veteran broadcaster was arrested at his home in Wilmslow, Cheshire, yesterday morning Hall charged by detectives investigating historical allegations of indecent assault relating to three different girls aged between 8 and 17Alleged offences are said to have taken place between 1974 and 1984Former presenter was this evening bailed to appear in court on January 7 | UPDATED: 22:49 GMT, 5 December 2012 Veteran TV and radio presenter Stuart Hall was last night charged with indecently assaulting three girls.