News Headlines - 08 August 2013

Serious Fraud Office admits losing thousands of documents linked to BAE | theguardian.com

The Serious Fraud Office has admitted accidentally sending a huge cache of confidential documents from an investigation into Britain's biggest arms firm, BAE, to the wrong person.

BBC News - Ask.fm advertisers to quit site in cyberbullying row

Several large companies are among those pulling adverts from social media website ask.fm, after the death of a teenager who was bullied online.

'Go home' campaign creating climate of fear, say rights groups | The Guardian

Human rights organisations have said the government's targeting of illegal immigrants over the past two weeks is creating a climate of fear and intolerance that threatens to put race relations back decades.

BBC News - Wanted mafia boss Domenico Rancadore found in Middlesex

A mafia boss wanted in Italy since the 1990s has been arrested in London but may be released because of "significant deficiencies" with his arrest warrant. Domenico Rancadore, 64, was wanted over his links with Cosa Nostra.

Crossrail digging unearths diverse and ancient London burial ground | The Guardian

Every day hordes of London commuters have passed unknowingly over the bodies of thousands of their predecessors, buried a few metres under the roaring traffic and rumbling trains at Liverpool Street, and which are now being exposed for the first time by the huge Crossrail construction project.








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