Sixteen people have been sentenced for a total of 73 years by a British court for their role in last year`s London riots during which they went on a violent rampage.
The killing of drug dealer and gangster Mark Duggan by police officers triggered the riots in London and other major cities last year.
British police fear a second wave of riots across England and are concerned they may not have the resources to cope.
The Scotland Yard is planning to upload up to 2,800 CCTV images of people suspected of committing London riots.
Riots erupted August 6 in north London and flared for four nights across the capital and other English cities as street gangs and looters trashed shops and vehicles.
A "shocked" Dalai Lama has written to Prime Minister David Cameron and expressed sadness over the massive riots in London.
Described as intelligent and well-educated, Johnson drove a group and allowed to
put stolen goods in her car.
A 21-year-old man, who was arrested during the London riots, has said that he was ‘devastated’ after the incident and wants ‘justice’.
The riots were televised almost live, while social media
was abuzz with messages and images of the disturbances.
The ‘Harry Potter’ actor who played bully Vincent Crabbe in the boy wizard’s movie series was sentenced to jail for two years on Tuesday after he was convicted of violent disorder during the London riots in August last year.
Two men were jailed on Thursday after
posing as Good Samaritans to steal from an injured Malaysian student during riots in
London last year.
29-year-old Duggan was shot dead on August 4 last year as armed police tried to arrest him in Tottenham.
The 24 Indian origin suspects included 18 who appeared
before courts in London and five in the west Midlands.
`Harry Potter’ star Jamie Waylett, who played Hogwarts bully Vincent Crabbe, has been charged for possessing a petrol bomb during the London riots.
David Beckham has revealed that he was horrified over the summer riots which sparked out all over England.
Helen Mirren says the recent London riots were `terrifying`. She even compared the looting of shops and setting fire to buildings to `cannibalism`.
London`s mayor blamed the UK`s criminal justice system for failing to turn offenders away from crime.
Google’s head said that it would be a mistake for governments to try to interfere with the Internet.
Google’s head Eric Schmidt has said that the Internet should not be blamed for the recent riots that took place across London.
Metropolitan police figures released today showed 3,296
crimes were committed during the arson.
Day in Pics: 30th August
August 30, 2014
Famous Ganesh Pandals in Mumbai