Investigation team to announce progress in MH17 probe

Jun 19, 2019

International investigators building criminal case against those responsible in the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 set to announce progress in the probe, nearly 5 years after the plane was blown out of the sky above conflict-torn eastern Ukraine

Former FIFA head Blatter: Sarkozy meeting key to Qatar vote

Jun 18, 2019

A French investigation into suspected corruption in the 2022 World Cup hosting contest has revived Sepp Blatter's version of how the United States lost the vote to Qatar

2 shot, 2 arrested at Raptors rally; celebration continues

Jun 17, 2019

Jubilant Raptors fans jam downtown Toronto for parade for NBA champs

Sweden won't seek Assange's detention, court rules

Jun 3, 2019

A Swedish court has ruled that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who is now jailed in Britain and suspected of rape in Sweden, should not be detained in absentia

Sweden to reopen rape case against WikiLeaks' Assange

May 13, 2019

Swedish prosecutors said Monday they are reopening a rape case against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, a month after he was removed from the Ecuadorian Embassy in London.

The Latest: WikiLeaks says Assange has chance to clear name

May 13, 2019

WikiLeaks' editor-in-chief says the Swedish decision to reopen a rape case against Julian Assange "will give Julian a chance to clear his name."

Danish bank in big money laundering scandal taps new CEO

May 10, 2019

Denmark's largest bank, which has admitted to massive money laundering at its Estonian subsidiary, has appointed a Dutchman as its new CEO

Turkish man shot in Christchurch attack dies, toll now 51

May 3, 2019

A Turkish man shot in the Christchurch mosque attacks seven weeks ago has died in the hospital, raising the death toll to 51

New Zealand media to avoid ideology at mosque shooting trial

May 1, 2019

New Zealand's major media organizations have pledged not to promote white supremacist ideology when covering the trial of the man charged with killing 50 people at two mosques in March

UN rights chief: Libya fighting endangers thousands of lives

Apr 30, 2019

The U.N. human rights chief says thousands of lives of men, women and children are at risk in parts of conflict-ridden Libya, decrying an escalation of attacks in residential areas with artillery, rockets and airstrikes

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