From BBC Oxford
A further four men have been charged with 35 offences linked to a police investigation into historical child sexual exploitation in Oxford.
The charges include conspiracy to rape, causing or inciting a girl aged 15 to engage in sexual activity, and indecent assault of a girl under 16.
The men were charged as part of Thames Valley Police's Operation Rolo after police raids in the city last month.
The offences were allegedly committed between 2000 and 2005.
The suspects are aged between 34 and 42 and cannot be named for legal reasons. Five other men have already been charged.
What legal reasons? Really! Is it because their names are Pakistani?
All nine men will appear before Oxford Crown Court on the 18 November.
Four further suspects arrested during the raids, on suspicion of similar crimes, have been released on police bail until January.