Society

London police arrest teenager after boy, 6, thrown off Tate balcony - 08/05/2019

LONDON, Coman Hamilton (dpa)- London's Metropolitan Police have arrested a 17-year-old male on suspicion of attempted murder after a 6-year-old boy was thrown from the viewing platform of the Tate...

Roberto Saviano: A writer on a life-threatening anti-Mafia mission - 08/04/2019

BERLIN/ROME, Alvise Armellini and Daniel Rademacher (dpa)- Life is no fun when you're under 24-hour police protection due to Mafia death threats, but "anger" and "ambition" keep you going, says...

Tehran's former mayor sentenced to death for killing his wife - 08/03/2019

TEHRAN (dpa)- One of Iran's leading politicians has been sentenced to death after an Iranian court found him guilty of killing his wife, Iran's judiciary spokesman Gholamhossein Esmaili said Tuesday....

Berlin pride parade draws nearly 1 million to celebrate LGBT rights - 07/28/2019

BERLIN, Taylan Goekalp (dpa)- Some one million people filled the streets of the German capital on Saturday for a series of events around Berlin's annual pride parade, celebrating 50 years since the...

New witness account could find Nazis guilty of 1933 Reichstag fire - 07/26/2019

HANOVER, GERMANY, Michael Evers (dpa)- Germany may be inching closer to solving the decades-old mystery of the fire at the Reichstag building in Berlin in 1933, after a new witness account was found...

Experts laud progress on treating HIV as conference ends in Mexico - 07/25/2019

MEXICO CITY, Andrea Sosa Cabrios (dpa)– Important progress is being made in developing treatment and prevention technologies against HIV, experts said at a conference of the International AIDS...

Epstein gave millions to Harvard and others; is that cash tainted? - 07/23/2019

MIAMI, Rob Wile and Aaron Brezel, Miami Herald (tca/dpa)- From Bill Cosby to Harvey Weinstein, big-ticket charitable donors have turned out to be thieves, abusers and scoundrels. Now comes Jeffrey...

Search for missing Vatican teen unearths 'thousands' of bones - 07/20/2019

ROME (dpa)- Experts discovered "thousands" of bones after opening up two ossuaries in a Vatican cemetery on Saturday as part of an ongoing bid to solve the disappearance of a papal servant's daughter...

German teens and Sudanese refugee set for part in Bastille Day parade - 07/14/2019

PARIS (dpa)- Two German teenagers and a young Sudanese refugee are adding an international flavour to Sunday's Bastille Day parade in Paris. They are among a group of 17 young people from France's...

Dubai ruler sues wife Princess Haya in UK's High Court - 07/07/2019

The case opened by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum against Princess Haya bint al-Hussein will be heard in London, at the Family Division of the High Court. London (CNN)Dubai's billionaire...
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