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 Damilola Taylor Monday, 6 January, 2003, 11:34 GMT
Damilola Taylor's grave Brothers' sorrow for Damilola family
The brothers cleared of killing Damilola Taylor tell BBC News they feel sorry for the 10-year-old boy's family - but insist they are not guilty.
Mobile calls 'key', Damilola jury told
Two brothers could not have been involved in Damilola Taylor's death if they were using their phones on the day he died, a court hears.
Damilola police 'had own agenda'
Police investigating the death of Damilola Taylor were "more concerned with trying to save their own soiled reputation" than telling the truth, the Old Bailey hears.
Damilola 'may have been stabbed'
A medical expert who told the Damilola Taylor murder trial the schoolboy died after falling on glass admits he may be wrong.
Second Damilola youth walks free
A 15-year-old boy is cleared of involvement in Damilola Taylor's murder after the trial judge directs the jury to find him not guilty.
Damilola's friend 'bullied by brothers'
A teenage friend of Damilola Taylor has told the Old Bailey he had been bullied by two brothers accused of murdering the schoolboy.
Police 'threatened' Damilola suspect
Police officers bullied a teenage suspect and threatened to throw his mother in jail, the Damilola Taylor murder trial hears.
Damilola trial adjourned
The Damilola Taylor murder trial has been adjourned until Monday while lawyers study detention records.
Damilola police accused 'evil' youth
A detective launched a tirade of accusations against one of the Damilola Taylor murder trial accused, the Old Bailey hears.
Damilola jury hears graphic evidence
A pathologist who examined the body of schoolboy Damilola Taylor appears at the trial of four youths accused of his murder.
Officer denies 'gifts for evidence'
A police officer at the Damilola murder trial denies offering the key prosecution witness gifts in order to ensure she gave evidence.
Witness 'laughed about reward'
The key witness in the Damilola Taylor murder trial is shown on tape singing "I'm in the money" at the prospect of a 50,000 reward.
Damilola witness clashes with defence
A key prosecution witness in the Damilola Taylor murder trial - a 14-year-old girl - gives evidence despite earlier storming out of court.
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