US Homeland Security said he was 'the worst child exploitation offender'. The British man was jailed for 32 years for offences including blackmail, fraud and arranging the sexual exploitation of a child.
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Syrian pro-government forces will help Syrian Kurds fighting against a Turkish offensive.
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Students from Florida shooting are preparing a national march. The event called March for Our Lives will take place next month in Washington. Also: Kurdish fighters in Syria say they've agreed to team up with Syrian government forces to repel the Turkish troops from Afrin and we find out who the winners are from the BAFTA ceremony in London.
Survivors of the high school mass shooting demand tighter gun controls. Also, a man in Pakistan is sentenced to death for raping and murdering a six-year-old girl, and a rare cello stolen at knifepoint is returned anonymously.
They have been charged with interfering in the US 2016 election, in a major development in the FBI investigation. Also: in his first State of the Nation address, New South African President, Cyril Ramaphosa, has urged South Africans to continue the 'long walk' Nelson Mandela began, and we ask, has Facebook reached its peak?