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Spain's 'angel of death' receives 127 year sentence

Girona - Joan Vila Dilmé, the security guard who was tried for killing eleven elderly residents in a nursing home, has received a sentence of 127 years for his crimes. He had told the court that he was "ending their suffering."
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 3 comments

3 killed and 15 injured in Iraq bomb blast

Baghdad - According to Iraqi officials, two bomb blasts went off in the city of al-Miqdadiyah, roughly 80 kilometers northeast of Baghdad, on Wednesday.
In the Media by Saunon Malek

Spain's 'angel of death' found guilty in 11 nursing home killings

Girona - Joan Vila Dilme, a security guard at a Spanish retirement home, has been found guilty of the killing of eleven elderly residents, which, according to him, was to "end their suffering." Prosecutors are looking at a 194-year sentence for his crimes.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 6 comments

Nigeria: Extra-judicial killings raise concern

Lagos - Recently, the Chairman, Governing Council of the NHRC, Prof. C. Odinkalu, said at a workshop in Abuja, that the Nigerian police executes over 5,000 detainees summarily every year. He said that officers responsible for the killings were never punished
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus

Op-Ed: Unbearable cost of the dark night rises

Their faces still haunt us from our paper and cyber pages, even as the days turn into weeks since that awful night at the movies. Most of us probably do not know their names; we probably could not pick them out of a list.
In the Media by John David Powell

Colorado shooter: Police find 30 explosive devices in apartment

Aurora - Officials said today that the booby-trapped apartment of mass shooting suspect, James Eagan Holmes, was "designed to kill." (Update: video showing disposal of explosives).
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 7 comments

Oikos University gunman reportedly lined up his victims

Oakland - The New York Times is reporting that according to Oakland's police chief, the former nursing student accused of killing 7 people and wounding 3 others at Oikos University in Oakland, California lined up his victims before shooting them.
In the Media by Layne Weiss

Up to 20 U.S. troops involved in Kandahar massacre — Afghan probe

Kandahar - Up to 20 U.S. troops have been implicated in the massacre of 16 civilians in Kandahar on Sunday morning, the Afghan parliamentary investigation team reports.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 13 comments

Somali killings of two Doctors Without Borders staff members

Mogadishu - One week after the death of two World Food Program staff members and an aid worker, two staff members of Doctors Without Borders were killed in the capital of Somali. The government labels the killings as isolated incidents.
In the Media by Nancy Houser

AZ GOP raffling Glock handgun, same type used in Tucson killings

Tucson - Arizona’s Republican party is taking conservative compassion to a new level, with the Pima County Republican Party raffling, for $10 per ticket, a Glock 23 handgun, the same type used in Tuscon’s shooting which killed six people.
In the Media by Lynn Herrmann - 3 comments
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