Police on the Greek island of Crete have detained a man in the killing of an American scientist who was reported missing and later was found dead in an abandoned bunker used by the Nazis during World War II, it was reported Monday.
South Africa is sending in the big guns to wrest back control of some of the most impoverished neighborhoods of Cape Town - announcing a three-month deployment of the army aimed at tackling spiraling gang-related violence that has claimed the lives of more than 1,500 this year so far.
Endangered rhino populations in Tanzania rose by 1,000 per cent after officials said the country’s government quashed organized gangs guilty of substantial poaching.
A prominent Chinese real estate developer is one of two people arrested over claims of child molestation, state media reported Thursday.
British far-right activist Tommy Robinson has been sentenced again to prison Thursday after being found in contempt of court, sparking clashes between police and his supporters in London.
When most Americans think of Cape Town, South Africa, they probably think of it as a mecca for tourists. But there’s a side to the city that is becoming more of a frightening reality – murder, much of it gang-related.
An American scientist who went missing last week in Greece before she was found dead in an abandoned World War II bunker was suffocated, authorities said Wednesday as new details were revealed about where her body was discovered.
A body of a woman found in an abandoned World War II bunker believed to an American scientist who went missing last week while attending a conference in Greece died of a "criminal act," a coroner said Wednesday.
More than 20 people -- mostly women and children -- have been killed in days of tribal violence in Papua New Guinea, according to officials.
For decades, Peter Dalglish, 62, held a distinguished reputation as one of Canada’s most esteemed and accomplished humanitarians devoted to the wellbeing of poor children. But on Monday, he was sentenced by a Nepali court to at least nine years behind bars for raping two young boys in a small village where he has lived arbitrarily for the past 17 years.
Over $1.8 million worth of cocaine washed up on the Philippines coast Sunday in what is now a series of similar discoveries this year.
A far-right extremist in England who attempted to burn down a synagogue on the day commemorating the Holocaust ended up engulfing himself in flames in video released of the attack.
An Indonesian woman who recorded her boss’ lewd phone call to prove that she was being harassed will serve at least six months in prison for distributing obscene material, meanwhile, her boss got a promotion.
The largest modern-day slavery ring in the United Kingdom that saw more than 400 victims forced to work for less than 75 cents a day and live in squalor while the “masters” made millions was broken up, authorities revealed Friday.
The Vatican announced on Tuesday that it will open two tombs in the centuries-old cemetery next week and test the DNA of bones in an attempt to solve the case of a Vatican employee’s missing teenage daughter who disappeared thirty six years ago.
A three-year prison sentence was delivered Tuesday in the fatal shooting of a 6-year-old English boy whose last words were, “You shot me granddad.”
The United States Department Treasury has issued a sanction against the son of Nicolas Maduro, Nicolas Maduro Guerra.
A French man whose killing spree of his entire family and his parents' dog inspired a book and two movies is set to be freed from jail after nearly three decades.
A UK woman died from suffocation when she strangled herself for an online creep who paid her to perform “dangerous and degrading” webcam sex acts while he watched from home, a coroner ruled Wednesday.
Authorities in Norway have shifted course in the investigation of the alleged abduction of the wife of one of the country's richest men, revealing on Wednesday they believe she may have killed and her kidnapping may have been staged.