British banker Rurik Jutting pleads not guilt in Hong Kong double murder case

British former banker Rurik Jutting is accused of murdering two Indonesian women in Hong Kong, pleading not guilty to a charge of murder. The 31-year-old did plead guilty to the lesser charge of manslaughter, but the attempt was rejected by prosecutors. If convicted Jutting will face life imprisonment. Oct 24, 2016

Police fear petrol stockpile as Northolt siege enters third day

London police are still at the scene of an incident in North London. A man has been holed up in a property in Northolt for the last three days.Police believe he might have stockpiled “petrol and combustible material” in his home.The man’s behaviour is deemed unpredictable. Nearby residences have been evacuated as a precaution. Oct 23, 2016

Mass prison break in Haiti sees 174 inmates freed

174 inmates escaped a Haitian prison after killing a guard.The prisoners also stole several firearms.Police and UN peacekeepers are working together to find the fugitives.They have set up checkpoints and detained several people.The prisoners do not wear uniforms which makes it easier for them to hide. Oct 23, 2016