Horror as 12 killed and 20 injured as huge car bomb rips through crowded Pakistani refugee camp

Now terrorists are targeting refugees: 12 killed as car bomb rips through Pakistani camp Device explodes at Jalozai camp on outskirts of northern city of PeshawarMost casualties were families displaced by army's battle with the TalibanPeshawar is on border of tribal area – Taliban's main sanctuary in Pakistan By Sam Adams PUBLISHED: 09:18 GMT, 21 March 2013 | UPDATED: 20:43 GMT, 21 March 2013 Twelve people were killed when a car packed with explosives blew up inside a refugee camp in northwestern Pakistan.

Businessman "sold golf ball finding machines as bomb detection devices for thousands of dollars each"

Businessman 'sold golf ball finding machines as bomb detection devices for thousands of dollars each' James McCormick, 56, denies three counts of fraud at the Old Bailey He is accused of marketing Advanced Detection Equipment to the military and governments around the world that were little more than golf ball findersThe models sold for between $5,000 and $40,0000 each Claimed they could detect bombs from planes and underwater, court told By Becky Evans PUBLISHED: 14:11 GMT, 7 March 2013 | UPDATED: 18:27 GMT, 7 March 2013 Trial: James McCormick who is accused of marketing fake bomb detectors denies three counts of fraud at the Old Bailey A businessman sold bomb detection devices for up to $40,000 that were little more than golf ball finders, a court has heard today. 'Fantastic' claims were made about the fake detectors marketed by James McCormick, 56, but had no grounding in science and were bought for 'handsome' sums, the Old Bailey was told. McCormick’s Advanced Detection Equipment was marketed to the military, governments and police forces around the world

Soldier Robert Griffiths, 24, who spoke of "buzz" of surviving Afghanistan bomb blast is found hanged

Soldier, 24, who survived Taliban bomb blast is found hanged at home while on leaveLight tank driven by Robert Griffiths was hit by roadside bomb last yearTrooper was on home leave for Christmas when he was found hanged Had been staying with this parents when his body was discovered By Anna Edwards PUBLISHED: 16:52 GMT, 4 January 2013 | UPDATED: 12:06 GMT, 5 January 2013 A young soldier who survived a Taliban bomb blast on the frontline in Afghanistan has been found hanged while on home leave. Trooper Robert Griffiths, 24, was driving a light tank when it was hit by a Taliban roadside bomb last year

Soldier, 24, who spoke of "buzz" of surviving Afghanistan bomb blast is found hanged at home while on leave

Soldier, 24, who spoke of 'buzz' of surviving Afghanistan bomb blast is found hanged at home while on leaveLight tank driven by Robert Griffiths was hit by roadside bomb last yearTrooper was on home leave for Christmas when he was found hanged Had been staying with this parents when his body was discovered By Anna Edwards PUBLISHED: 16:52 GMT, 4 January 2013 | UPDATED: 16:58 GMT, 4 January 2013 A young soldier who survived a Taliban bomb blast on the frontline in Afghanistan has been found hanged while on home leave. Trooper Robert Griffiths, 24, was driving a light tank when it was hit by a Taliban roadside bomb last year. The three stunned soldiers inside the tank walked away from the explosion unharmed – thanks to the new armour of their new 35-ton Scimitar Mk2

Private Matthew Thornton died after being blown 30ft up a tree after being lured to sight of Taliban bomb

Army private died after being blown 30ft up a tree after being lured to site of Taliban bombPrivate Matthew Thornton stepped on an improvised explosive device Regiment had come under fire from grenades and small armsDescribed as 'a cracking soldier who gave 100 per cent' | UPDATED: 09:20 GMT, 15 December 2012 The body of a Territorial Army soldier was found 30ft up a tree after his was patrol lured towards a hidden bomb, an inquest heard. Private Matthew Thornton, 28, was five weeks into a tour of duty in Helmand when he was killed by the huge blast.