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Palestinian arrested for violent murder of pregnant Israeli

Palestinian arrested for violent murder of pregnant Israeli

A missing Israeli woman's body was found by police last week after her Palestinian boyfriend confessed to brutally murdering her - as part of a freakish plot to free Palestinian prisoners. "Based on preliminary findings, including images and posts the two shared on Facebook, they meant to become engaged". She was eight months pregnant at the time of her death.


Italy Seizes Migrant Aid Group's Ship in Mediterranean

Italy Seizes Migrant Aid Group's Ship in Mediterranean

Italian media reported the boat had two Syrians aboard who were taken to a refugee centre, but that could not be immediately confirmed. " Enquiries begun in October 2016, and conducted with the use of sophisticated techniques and investigative technology, have produced circumstantial evidence of the motorboat Iuventa being used for activities facilitating illegal immigration ", the statement said.


Russian Federation says United States sanctions 'dangerous' and 'short-sighted'

Russian Federation says United States sanctions 'dangerous' and 'short-sighted'

The bill had overwhelmingly passed both houses of Congress by "veto proof" type margins before landing on Trump's desk to sign into law. With regards to Russian Federation, the sanctions notably constrains Trump's ability to waive the penalties - a statement of mistrust from the Republican-controlled Congress, which remains unsettled by Trump's warm words for President Vladimir Putin.


Thailand's former PM Yingluck to deliver closing remarks in criminal case

Thailand's former PM Yingluck to deliver closing remarks in criminal case

Yingluck was greeted by a huge crowd of supporters when she arrived at the courthouse to deliver her closing statement. A crush of supporters at the Supreme Court, many with banners reading "We love Yingluck" and "We're by your side", mobbed the former prime minister, whose personal appeal among her heartlands has surged as her legal travails have deepened.


Germany Says Vietnam Kidnapped Ex-Oil Official in Berlin

Germany Says Vietnam Kidnapped Ex-Oil Official in Berlin

A Vietnamese foreign ministry spokeswoman said she felt "great pity" about the German government statement. Mr Thanh, who had reportedly been seeking asylum in Germany, handed himself in to Vietnamese authorities on Monday in his home country.