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Israel president threatened over 'Jewish terrorism' comment
Israel president threatened over 'Jewish terrorism' comment

Police have opened an investigation into online threats against Israel's president following his condemnation of "Jewish terrorism" after a firebombing killed a Palestinian child.

Israel president threatened over 'Jewish terrorism' comment
Teen stabbed at Jerusalem Gay Pride march dies: hospital
Teen stabbed at Jerusalem Gay Pride march dies: hospital

A teenage girl stabbed along with five other people at a Jerusalem Gay Pride march by a suspect identified as an ultra-Orthodox Jew died of her wounds.

Teen stabbed at Jerusalem Gay Pride march dies: hospital
Russia opens trial against Ukrainian woman pilot 'hero'
Russia opens trial against Ukrainian woman pilot 'hero'

Ukrainian pilot and lawmaker Nadiya Savchenko went on trial in Russia in a politically charged case that could send tensions between Moscow and Kiev to a new high.

Russia opens trial against Ukrainian woman pilot 'hero'
6 stabbed as assailant repeats Gay Pride attack in Jerusalem: police
6 stabbed as assailant repeats Gay Pride attack in Jerusalem: police

An ultra-Orthodox Jew stabbed six Gay Pride marchers in Jerusalem, in a repeat of a 2005 attack for which he served 10 years behind bars.

6 stabbed as assailant repeats Gay Pride attack in Jerusalem: police
Australia PM slams 'outrageous' Russian MH17 veto
Australia PM slams 'outrageous' Russian MH17 veto

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said Thursday Russia's "outrageous" veto of a UN resolution to establish a special tribunal to try those who shot down flight MH17ю

Australia PM slams 'outrageous' Russian MH17 veto
US probes banks in FIFA scandal: sources
US probes banks in FIFA scandal: sources

US regulators are probing large banks including Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank and HSBC over their possible handling of tainted funds in the FIFA corruption scandal.

US probes banks in FIFA scandal: sources
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Foreigners commit increasing number of offences in Kazakhstan

The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Kazakhstan reports that foreigners are now committing more administrative offences.

Foreigners commit increasing number of offences in Kazakhstan
Suicide bomber kills 31 in Turkey attack blamed on IS
Suicide bomber kills 31 in Turkey attack blamed on IS

A suspected Islamic State suicide bomber killed at least 31 people in an attack on a Turkish cultural centre where activists had gathered to prepare for an aid mission in the nearby Syrian town of Kobane.

Suicide bomber kills 31 in Turkey attack blamed on IS
'Batman' theater gunman James Holmes guilty of murder
'Batman' theater gunman James Holmes guilty of murder

"Batman" theater gunman James Holmes was found guilty on all charges -- and could now face the death penalty -- over the 2012 massacre that left 12 dead and 70 more injured in Colorado.

'Batman' theater gunman James Holmes guilty of murder
Four Marines killed in US shooting rampage, gunman dead
Four Marines killed in US shooting rampage, gunman dead

Four Marines killed in US shooting rampage, gunman dead
'Terrorist' attack on French military foiled: minister
'Terrorist' attack on French military foiled: minister

France has foiled a plan to attack the country's military, the interior minister said, as a source close to the investigation said the suspects had been planning a beheading.

'Terrorist' attack on French military foiled: minister
Mexico holds 22 prison officials over Guzman escape
Mexico holds 22 prison officials over Guzman escape

Mexican prosecutors investigating the escape of drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman formally placed 22 prison officials in custody over suspicions that the infamous fugitive had inside help.

Mexico holds 22 prison officials over Guzman escape
FBI probing drug baron's threat against Trump: aide
FBI probing drug baron's threat against Trump: aide

The FBI is investigating an alleged threat against US presidential contender Donald Trump from a Mexican drug kingpin on the run from jail.

FBI probing drug baron's threat against Trump: aide
Swiss widen FIFA money-laundering investigation
Swiss widen FIFA money-laundering investigation

The number of alleged money laundering transactions linked to the 2018 and 2022 World Cups bids won by Russia and Qatar has ballooned from 53 to 81.

Swiss widen FIFA money-laundering investigation
FIFA official agrees to extradition from Switzerland to US: Bern
FIFA official agrees to extradition from Switzerland to US: Bern

One of seven FIFA officials detained in Switzerland in May as a massive corruption scandal erupted has agreed to be extradited to the United States.

FIFA official agrees to extradition from Switzerland to US: Bern
Yelena Tischenko. Photo courtesy of chaspik.spb.ru
Lawyer formerly involved in Ablyazov's case appointed to Ukrainian Ministry of Internal Affairs

Amnestied Ukrainian lawyer Yelena Tishchenko has been appointed to lead the newly established department for return of criminally obtained assets in the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine.

Lawyer formerly involved in Ablyazov's case appointed to Ukrainian Ministry of Internal Affairs
Meet the 'Sherlock Holmes' of the art world
Meet the 'Sherlock Holmes' of the art world

One man has become a behind-the-scenes force in the international art world after securing the return of art looted by the Nazis to the descendents of its original Jewish owners.

Meet the 'Sherlock Holmes' of the art world
AC/DC drummer avoids jail over drugs, kill threat
AC/DC drummer avoids jail over drugs, kill threat

AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd avoided prison after threatening to kill an employee, but a New Zealand judge warned him jail beckoned if his "rock star lifestyle" continued.

AC/DC drummer avoids jail over drugs, kill threat
Murat Abenov. Photo courtesy of his  Facebook page.
Head of Kazakhstan's National Movement Against Corruption on Georgian approach to fighting corruption

Head of the National Movement Against Corruption in Kazakhstan Zhanaru Murat Abenov told Tengrinews about the methods Georgia uses to fight corruption and whether they could be adapted to Kazakhstan

Head of Kazakhstan's National Movement Against Corruption on Georgian approach to fighting corruption
Anger still crackles 30 years after France bombed Greenpeace ship
Anger still crackles 30 years after France bombed Greenpeace ship

Thirty years after France's deadly bomb attack on the Rainbow Warrior in New Zealand, anger still crackles in Pete Willcox's voice when he discusses the sinking of the Greenpeace flagship.

Anger still crackles 30 years after France bombed Greenpeace ship