US tourist arrested in North Korea but secretive country refuses to reveal his "crime"

U.S. tourist arrested in North Korea… but secretive country refuses to reveal his 'crime'State media identify detainee as Pae Jun HoThe tour operator, 44, is from Washington statePae is said to have confessed to unspecified crimes He is likely to become a bargaining chip for the NorthCountry faces criticism for long-range rocket launch | UPDATED: 16:54 GMT, 21 December 2012 An American tourist has been arrested in North Korea but the secretive regime is refusing the reveal his 'crime'. State-run Korean Central News Agency today identified the detainee as Pae Jun Ho in a brief dispatch.

Founder of 370m collapsed hedge fund charged with raft of fraud charges

Founder of 370m collapsed hedge fund charged with raft of fraud charges | UPDATED: 18:12 GMT, 14 December 2012 The founder of a hedge fund, which left investors millions of dollars out of pocket when it collapsed, has been charged with a host of fraud offences. Magnus Peterson, the founding director of $600million (370 million) hedge fund Weavering Capital, was charged with two offences of false accounting, one offence of fraudulent trading, one offence of fraud by abuse of position and two offences of forgery.

Downton Abbey: It"s the TV event of Christmas… and we"ve been given a sneak preview – by the Scottish aristocrats whose stately home…

McDownton! It's the TV event of Christmas… and we've been given a sneak preview – by the Scottish aristocrats whose stately home bagged a starring role | UPDATED: 22:33 GMT, 8 December 2012 It is 8 o’clock on Christmas Day and the family is in a festive slump in front of the television, waiting for a highlight of the day – the Downton Abbey Special.