Canadian alleged serial killer facing 7th murder charge

Apr 11, 2018

Prosecutor says Canadian alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur now facing a seventh murder charge

Finland's first terror trial opens over 2017 stabbings

Apr 9, 2018

A trial has opened in Finland in the case of a Moroccan asylum seeker and alleged Islamic State sympathizer charged with fatally stabbing two people and wounding eight others in August

Sweden: Man held after fire breaks out at Portuguese Embassy

Apr 4, 2018

Police in Sweden say they have detained a man his 50s who is suspected of arson at the Portuguese Embassy in Stockholm

Railway won't have to stand trial for Canada train disaster

Apr 4, 2018

Canadian officials say the bankrupt railway at the center of a 2013 train derailment that killed 47 people in Quebec will not have to stand trial for criminal negligence

Quebec mosque shooting suspect changes mind, pleads guilty

Mar 28, 2018

The man accused in the slayings of six men at a Quebec City mosque is asking for forgiveness after changing his mind and pleading guilty

Canadian says Somalia kidnapping inflicted emotional scars

Mar 28, 2018

Former Canadian freelance journalist Amanda Lindhout says she has crippling flashbacks and sometimes wakes up screaming due to her kidnapping ordeal in Somalia.

Switzerland urged to do more to fight, penalize bribery

Mar 27, 2018

A group of mostly rich, industrialized countries says Switzerland should do more to prosecute companies and apply tougher penalties for bribery

Quebec mosque shooting suspect pleads not guilty

Mar 26, 2018

The man accused in the slayings of six men at a Quebec City mosque has pleaded not guilty

Dutch police detain 25 England supporters for violence

Mar 23, 2018

Dutch police say they detained 25 English soccer supporters overnight after drunken fans threw beer bottles at officers ahead of a friendly match between the Netherlands and England

Swiss stage raids in probe of defense deals with Putin links

Mar 22, 2018

Swiss authorities conducted house searches and seized documentation in a probe of allegations made by state-controlled defense contractor Ruag of possible crimes that reportedly involved bribery linked to Russian President Vladimir Putin's entourage

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