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For Fabien Sudry, a senior state official in the port of Calais, the evacuation of the squalid "Jungle" migrant camp 12 months ago has changed the lives of security forces and locals.

Australian police offer record reward in serial killer cold case

Australian police offered a record $4.75 million in rewards Saturday to catch the serial killer or killers behind the murders of six Melbourne women in the 1980s.

Student shoots dead two in Brazilian school: officials

A young student at a private school in Brazil shot dead two other children and wounded four more Friday, the emergency services said.There were conflicting reports from the authorities about the ages of those involved.

Trump links jump in UK crime rate to terror

US President Donald Trump linked a jump in reported crime in Britain to terrorism Friday, again wading deep into a sensitive political debate on the other side of the pond.

Maltese media unite in outrage over slain colleague

Malta's journalists rallied Thursday to insist they would not be intimidated by the brutal assassination that silenced the country's foremost investigative writer.

Gaming giant Crown faces misconduct claims in Australia

Australian gambling powerhouse Crown is facing a raft of explosive allegations, including slot machine tampering and avoiding money-laundering scrutiny after whistleblower accounts were tabled in parliament Wednesday.

Swiss 'tax spy' goes on trial in Germany

A Swiss man accused of spying on German officials who were hunting tax cheats goes on trial in Frankfurt on Wednesday, in a convoluted case that has strained ties between Bern and Berlin.Daniel M.

UK scientist pleads guilty to 137 online sex abuse charges

A British scientist pleaded guilty Monday to 137 criminal offences involving online abuse, including encouraging the rape of a four-year-old boy, the National Crime Agency said in a statement.

France to impose instant fines for street harassment of women

A new law banning cat-calling and harassment of women on French streets will see men fined on the spot for lecherous and aggressive behaviour, France's women's minister said Monday.

Italian fugitive Battisti: Extradition from Brazil 'illegal'

Convicted killer-turned author Cesare Battisti believes his extradition to Italy from Brazil would be illegal and would endanger his life, he told AFP in an interview.

S.Africa court clears way for Zuma graft prosecution

South Africa's Supreme Court of Appeal ruled on Friday that President Jacob Zuma can face prosecution on almost 800 charges of corruption relating to a 1990s arms deal.

'Gross mistakes' in run up to Berlin Christmas attack

An investigation into a jihadist truck rampage through a Berlin Christmas market pointed Thursday to a catalogue of "gross mistakes" by security services in the lead-up to the deadly attack.

New York, London police investigating Weinstein amid fourth rape allegation

The case against Harvey Weinstein took on an international dimension Thursday, with police in New York and Britain launching investigations -- while a fourth woman accused the movie mogul of rape.

All 4 siblings of Marseille killer arrested, two freed

All four siblings of Ahmed Hanachi, who stabbed two young women to death in the French city of Marseille, have been arrested in recent days, authorities in three countries said.

Suspect practised before Kim Jong-Nam murder, court told

One of the women on trial for murdering the North Korean leader's half-brother was filmed on CCTV apparently practising on another person two days before the assassination, a court heard Tuesday.

Former 'Mr Germany' on trial for shooting police officer

A former "Mr Germany" suspected of belonging to the loosely-organised far-right "Reichsbuerger" movement appeared in court in eastern city Halle Monday, facing charges of attempted murder after a gunfight with police officers.

Kim Jong-Nam murder trial visits lab to view tainted clothes

The trial of two women accused of murdering the North Korean leader's half-brother moved Monday to a high-security Malaysian laboratory to view clothing worn by the defendants and contaminated by a nerve agent.

Brother of Marseille attacker arrested in Italy

A brother of Ahmed Hanachi, the Tunisian national who stabbed to death two young women in the French city of Marseille in early October, has been arrested in Italy, local police said.

Philippines to start extradition process for NY plotter: minister

A Filipino suspect in a thwarted jihadist plot targeting New York's subway and Times Square will face legal proceedings seeking his extradition to the United States, the Philippine justice secretary said on Sunday.

Eleven hurt after car crashes near London museum

Eleven people were injured on Saturday when a car mounted the pavement and ploughed into pedestrians near London's Natural History Museum, leading to the driver's arrest on suspicion of dangerous driving.

Danish police find decapitated head of Swedish journalist

Danish police said Saturday that divers had recovered the decapitated head and the legs of Swedish journalist Kim Wall, who vanished in August while interviewing a Danish inventor aboard his homemade submarine.

3 charged over makeshift gas canister bomb in Paris

French prosecutors have charged three men in connection with a makeshift explosive device made of gas canisters placed inside an apartment block in western Paris, a judicial source told AFP on Saturday.

Op-Ed: Nasty Amazon delivery scam, and it can cost you money

A very unkind Amazon delivery scam is spreading like a disease. It’s used to trick both Amazon and Amazon customers, and it’s being used by Amazon resellers. Be aware and be very wary.

Cardinal George Pell arrives for court hearing on sex abuse charges

A frail-looking Vatican finance chief Cardinal George Pell, a top advisor to Pope Francis, arrived for a second court appearance Friday as he fights sexual abuse charges that he strongly denies.

Las Vegas shooter booked hotel during Lollapalooza: report

The gunman who carried out the worst mass shooting in recent US history had booked a Chicago hotel overlooking the Lollapalooza music festival in August, the website TMZ reported Thursday.

Germany's 'James Bond' found guilty of tax evasion

Germany's former top spy, Werner Mauss, was Thursday given a two-year suspended sentence and ordered to donate 200,000 euros ($235,000) to charity as he was convicted for tax evasion.

Fugitive Italian ultra-leftist detained in Brazil

Brazilian police on Wednesday detained Italian ultra-leftist militant and writer Cesare Battisti, who was convicted of murder in his home country and has been on the run for decades.

Brazil's president launches defense against crime charge 'farce'

Brazilian President Michel Temer's lawyer on Wednesday called corruption charges against the center-right leader a "farce" as he officially launched his defense against a possible suspension and trial.

Attack suspect faced US deportation before seeking asylum in Canada

A Somali refugee accused in a vehicle-and-knife attack in Edmonton, Alberta had sought asylum in Canada after being ordered deported from the United States, officials said Wednesday.

Marilou Danley, girlfriend of the Las Vegas shooter

Marilou Danley, a petite 62-year-old casino hostess from the Philippines, is in the crosshairs of the FBI as the authorities seek to determine what led her boyfriend to carry out the worst mass shooting in recent US history.

US shooter's girlfriend returns to US from Philippines: Manila

The girlfriend of Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock returned to the United States on Wednesday from the Philippines, where she had received $100,000 from him before he massacred 58 people, authorities in Manila said.

Danish submarine builder 'had films of beheaded women'

Videos of women being decapitated alive have been found on the hard drive of a maverick Danish inventor accused of murdering a Swedish journalist aboard his homemade submarine, the prosecutor said on Tuesday.

Kim Jong-Nam suffered extensive organ damage, trial hears

The half-brother of North Korea's leader suffered extensive organ damage after being attacked with a nerve agent, a pathologist said Tuesday, as more chilling details emerged at the trial of his alleged killers.

How the Las Vegas gunman's hotel neighbor fled massacre

After fleeing in terror from a massacre of music fans, Ralph Rodriguez returned to his hotel room to discover that America's deadliest shooting had been carried out under his feet.

Abu Khattala, mastermind of Benghazi attack or simple onlooker?

A Libyan man accused of masterminding the 2012 attack in Benghazi that killed a US ambassador and three of his staff went on trial in Washington on Monday, although his lawyers said he was simply a witness to the deadly events.

No 'terrorism' charges for now in Edmonton attack: police

A Somali refugee who attacked a policeman with a knife after striking him with his car and then injured four others in a driving rampage in Edmonton, Alberta was charged with five counts of attempted murder Monday.

Quebec City mosque shooter formally charged

A man accused in a Quebec City mosque shooting that left six people dead was formally charged with murder and attempted murder during a brief court appearance Monday.

Marseille knifeman used multiple aliases before IS-claimed attack

French anti-terrorism investigators scrambled on Monday to identify a knifeman who used multiple aliases before killing two women at the main train station in Marseille in an attack claimed by the Islamic State group.

Low-caste man killed in India for watching dance performance

A man from India's lowest caste has been killed by a group of higher-caste men for attending a traditional Hindu dance performance, police said Monday.

Brother of gunman who attacked French Jews goes on trial

The brother of the Islamist radical who shot dead seven people in southwest France in 2012, including three Jewish schoolchildren, went on trial Monday accused of complicity in the first of a wave of attacks by homegrown jihadists.

Five injured, suspect arrested as Canada probes 'act of terrorism'

Canadian police arrested a man early Sunday suspected of stabbing an officer and injuring four pedestrians in a series of violent incidents being investigated as an "act of terrorism.
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