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Malta troops arrested for 'cold-blooded' migrant murder

Malta troops arrested for 'cold-blooded' migrant murder

Maltese police have arrested two soldiers for the ‘cold-blooded’ murder of an Ivorian migrant, Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said on Saturday.

Trump fumes over 'greatest scam in political history'

Trump fumes over 'greatest scam in political history'

With two days to go before release of the report on Russian meddling in the 2016 US election, President Donald Trump insisted again Tuesday that he is the real victim.

Russian whistleblower died of natural causes in UK: inquest

Russian whistleblower died of natural causes in UK: inquest

A Russian millionaire who died suddenly in England after helping to expose an alleged Russian money laundering scheme died of natural causes, a long-running inquest concluded Wednesday.

Police to charge Strasbourg gunman's 'accomplice'

Police to charge Strasbourg gunman's 'accomplice'

French anti-terrorist officials said Monday they would shortly file charges against a man arrested in connection with the mass shooting at a Christmas market in Strasbourg last week.

German police raid Deutsche Bank in 'Panama Papers' probe

German police raid Deutsche Bank in 'Panama Papers' probe

German prosecutors raided several Deutsche Bank offices in the Frankfurt area Thursday over suspicions of money laundering based on revelations from the 2016 ‘Panama Papers’ data leak.

Sri Lanka president tightens security after 'assassination plot'

Sri Lanka president tightens security after 'assassination plot'

Sri Lanka's president has heightened his security following reports of an assassination plot involving an alleged Indian intelligence operative, his advisor said Thursday.

Swiss probe Russian agents over WADA 'cyber-attack'

Swiss probe Russian agents over WADA 'cyber-attack'

Two Russian spies arrested in the Netherlands on suspicion of targeting a Swiss labouratory are also being probed over an attempted cyber-attack on the World Anti-Doping Agency, an official said Saturday.

'Stressed, weeping' pilot caused Nepal plane crash: inquiry

'Stressed, weeping' pilot caused Nepal plane crash: inquiry

The March 12 flight from the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka crash-landed at Kathmandu airport and skidded into a football field where it burst into flames, killing 51 people.

Israel probes soldiers who killed two Gaza protesters

Israel probes soldiers who killed two Gaza protesters

The decision to open an investigation was a rare step and comes with Israel having faced international criticism over its use of live fire during unrest along the Gaza frontier.

Nine killed in hospital blaze in Taiwan, 15 injured

Nine killed in hospital blaze in Taiwan, 15 injured

The fire broke out on the 7th floor of the building, which was used for hospice care.

Criminal case filed against BMW over South Korea car fires

Criminal case filed against BMW over South Korea car fires

A group of BMW owners in South Korea filed a criminal complaint against the German automaker Thursday over alleged delays in recalling more than 100,000 cars after a spate of engine fires, their lawyer said.

Trump tells attorney general to end Russia probe

Trump tells attorney general to end Russia probe

Donald Trump on Wednesday told his attorney general to end the high-profile investigation into Russian election meddling that has ensnared key members of his presidential campaign ...