Sri Lanka bombings on Easter Sunday claim lives of 3 of Danish billionaire Anders Holch Povlsen’s children

Danish billionaire Anders Holch Povlsen’s three children were among the nearly 300 people killed on Easter Sunday when suicide bombers led by a domestic radical Islamic group attacked hotels and churches in Sri Lanka, his company spokesperson confirmed.

Pregnant college student in Mexico’s Juarez killed by jealous ex-boyfriend as violence surges in border city, cops say

A pregnant college student in the Mexico border city of Juarez was murdered by a jealous ex-boyfriend who slashed her throat and dumped her body in a park — a slaying that prompted protests as homicides continue to rise in the city just across the border from Texas.

American tourist, guide who were freed after kidnapping in Uganda pictured as Trump urges captors’ capture

American tourist Kimberly Sue Endicott and her safari guide were pictured for the first time since they were freed Sunday after being held captive for five days by gunmen who ambushed them in Uganda’s Queen Elizabeth National Park.

Model in Silvio Berlusconi ‘bunga bunga’ trial had high levels of heavy metals in body when she died, prosecutors say

A model who was a witness in Silvio Berlusconi’s “bunga bunga’ sex parties trial in 2012 had high levels of heavy metals cadmium and antimony in her body when she died under mysterious circumstances earlier this month, Italian prosecutors said Monday.

Ethiopian Airlines crash data shows ‘clear similarities’ with Lion Air accident, transport minister says

There were “clear similarities� between the Ethiopian Airlines plane that crashed last week with 157 people aboard and the Lion Air flight that plunged into the sea shortly after takeoff last October in Indonesia, Ethiopia’s transport minister said Sunday.

New Zealand mosque shooting suspect ‘changed completely’ after traveling to Europe, other countries, family says

The Australian man suspected of killing 50 people at two New Zealand mosques on Friday “changed completely� after he traveled to countries in Europe and other parts of the world following his father’s death in 2010, his family said.

Australian couple survived days lost on mountain drinking ‘trickle of water,’ muesli bars, called saga ‘lovely’

An Australian couple who were located days after they went missing while hiking a mountain survived what they called a “lovely� ordeal by drinking a “trickle of water� and eating a few muesli bars.