Three men arrested and one man critically ill after students hospitalised following internet drug overdose Police raid house at 3am following apparent party in Jesmond, Newcastle Five discharged from hospital but sixth remains critical Students believed to have taken 2CB, which is similar to ecstasy By Steve Robson PUBLISHED: 16:13 GMT, 12 January 2013 | UPDATED: 17:01 GMT, 12 January 2013 Three men have been arrested after a group of students fell ill after taking an illegal hallucinogenic drug they bought on the internet. One of the six men – all aged between 19 and 22 – remains in a critical condition following the incident at a terraced house in Jesmond a suburb of Newcastle.
Police arrest man wanted on suspicion of trying to murder his girlfriendMichael Bennison, 28, is suspected of stabbing his 27-year-old girlfriend in York on Friday afternoonNorth Yorkshire Police officers have now arrested a man following a public appeal The 27-year-old woman suffered multiple wounds including a punctured lung and is in a stable condition | UPDATED: 21:53 GMT, 16 December 2012 Wanted: Michael Bennison, 28, who is suspected of stabbing his 27-year-old girlfriend with a bladed item in York on Friday afternoon Police have arrested a man who is suspected of stabbing his girlfriend. Michael Bennison, 28, was arrested in York tonight after police issued appeals to find him.
Model wife of billionaire newspaper baron Alexander Lebedev fights to save her husband from Putin's jail | UPDATED: 22:04 GMT, 1 December 2012 Russian model and fashion icon Elena Perminova is a familiar fixture in the world of haute couture. But today, the striking Siberian-born 26-year-old wears a deep frown
China attacks Sir Elton John for his support of dissident artist Ai WeiweiDedicated Beijing concert to controversial artist this weekend Elton John posed with Ai Weiwei for a Twitter photo before his show | UPDATED: 20:32 GMT, 28 November 2012 China has attacked Sir Elton John for his support of dissident artist Ai Weiwei. A state-owned newspaper accused the veteran British singer of being ‘disrespectful’ and said his actions could lead to a ban on other Western performers putting on shows in China
Russian supergrass, 44, found dead outside leafy Surrey mansion (and he's the FOURTH person linked to multi-million pound tax fraud to die mysteriously) Alexander Perepilichnyy provided evidence against corrupt tax officials involved in fraudHis evidence showed they had become extremely wealthy shortly after a British investment fund was ripped off in a 144m scam The 44-year-old collapsed in his road, one of the most secure in the UKPolice are treating the death as 'unexplained'He is the fourth person linked to the shadowy 'Klyuev Group' to have died suddenly | UPDATED: 12:04 GMT, 28 November 2012 Murky underworld: Alexander Perepilichnyy, 44, collapsed in his cul-de-sac after helping prosecutors investigate corrupt Russian tax officials A Russian supergrass who was helping prosecutors to uncover a multimillion-pound money laundering scam operated by his fellow countrymen has died at his Surrey estate in mysterious circumstances. Wealthy Alexander Perepilichnyy, who collapsed outside his mansion in a gated Weybridge cul-de-sac, fled to Britain three years ago after falling foul of a powerful crime syndicate.