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UN seeks to relaunch probe into chief's 1961 death

New York - A Swedish-backed resolution circulating at the United Nations General Assembly on Wednesday seeks to relaunch an investigation into the death of the world body's late chief Dag Hammarskjold, who was killed in a 1961 plane crash in Africa.

Trump denies asking FBI to drop Flynn probe as obstruction questions loom

Washington - US President Donald Trump denied Sunday having asked then FBI director James Comey to stop investigating ex-national security advisor Michael Flynn, as the Russia meddling probe darkened what would otherwise have been a victorious week for the Republic...

The Trump-Russia probe: What we know

Washington - In a spectacular twist to the US probe into allegations of Russian election meddling, Donald Trump's former top advisor Michael Flynn pleaded guilty Friday to lying over his contacts with Moscow, and promised to cooperate with the wide-ranging investig...

Potassium cyanide killed war criminal: Dutch prosecutors

Den Haag - Bosnian Croat war criminal Slobodan Praljak likely died from heart failure after swallowing potassium cyanide, Dutch prosecutors said Friday, two days after he committed suicide in front of UN judges.

How did Bosnian Croat war criminal obtain 'poison'?

Den Haag - Two investigations will seek to uncover how a Bosnian Croat war criminal managed to commit suicide during a hearing at a UN court by drinking a deadly substance.

Potassium cyanide killed war criminal: Dutch prosecutors

Den Haag - Bosnian Croat war criminal Slobodan Praljak likely died from heart failure after swallowing potassium cyanide, Dutch prosecutors said Friday, two days after his dramatic courtroom suicide in front of UN judges.

War crimes court to hold independent probe of Praljak death

Den Haag - A UN war crimes court said Friday it is launching an "independent expert review" into the death of a Bosnian Croat war criminal who appeared to drink poison in front of shocked judges.

Australia tycoon Packer grilled over Netanyahu graft probe

Sydney - Billionaire James Packer has been questioned by police in Australia over a corruption probe involving Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who is suspected of receiving luxury gifts from wealthy supporters.

Netanyahu to face new questioning over graft: media

Jerusalem - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is set to be questioned by police on Sunday for the second time this month over two alleged cases of corruption, media reports said.

Germany charges ex-Nazi camp guards over hundreds of deaths

Berlin - German prosecutors investigating Nazi-era crimes said Wednesday they had charged two former SS officers in their 90s with complicity in hundreds of murders at the Stutthof concentration camp.

Germany charges Palestinian over Hamburg knife attack

Berlin - German prosecutors said Friday they have charged a 26-year-old Palestinian asylum seeker with murder after his deadly knife rampage at a Hamburg supermarket in July.The accused, named as Ahmad A.

Netanyahu confidant named in German submarine graft probe

Jerusalem - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's diplomatic envoy was identified Tuesday as one of two men questioned this week in a probe into suspected corruption around the purchase of German submarines.

Trump campaign advisor admits to Russia contacts

Washington - A second foreign policy advisor to Donald Trump's presidential campaign has admitted to contacts with Russian officials during last year's election and to having proposed that Trump travel to Russia during the campaign.

Trump Jr hinted at review of Russia sanctions act, says lawyer

Moscow - A Russian lawyer has said Donald Trump Jr suggested in a meeting during the US presidential campaign that a law imposing sanctions on Russia could be reviewed if his father were elected.

Netanyahu associates grilled in German submarine graft probe: report

Jerusalem - Two lawyers close to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu were questioned Sunday over their roles in suspected corruption around the purchase of German submarines, media reports and police said.

Paris terror attacks, two years on: what we know

Paris - Two years after the terror attacks on Paris nightspots that left 130 people dead, seven people are in custody in France while key figures remain at large and may be dead.

Trump says campaign chair fired over 'potential conflicts'

Washington - President Donald Trump said he fired Paul Manafort as his campaign chairman to avoid "potential conflicts" with "certain nations," according to excerpts of an interview released Saturday.

Judge maintains house arrest for former Trump campaign officials

Washington - US President Donald Trump's ex-campaign chairman and an associate were ordered by a judge Thursday to remain under house arrest while they await trial for money laundering and other charges.

Russian fake news reach massive: social media giants

Washington - US internet giants go before Congress on Tuesday with new data showing the success of Russian fake news operations, the day after bombshell indictments in a US probe of Moscow's meddling in the 2016 presidential elections.

Trump calls former campaign aide who pleaded guilty a 'liar'

Washington - US President Donald Trump took to Twitter on Tuesday to blast the "fake" media and his Democratic rivals, and called a former campaign aide who has pleaded guilty in the Russia probe a "liar.

Internet giants find more Russia-linked election meddling

San Francisco - Internet giants were expected to tell Congress this week that Russian-backed content aimed at manipulating US politics during last year's election was more extensive than first thought.

Indictments, guilty plea in Trump-Russia probe: What we know

Washington - Two former Donald Trump associates were indicted Monday and it was revealed another has pleaded guilty to lying to FBI investigators, in the first substantial legal action stemming from the probe into Russia's US election interference.

Ex-Nazi death camp guard, 96, charged with complicity

Berlin - German prosecutors on Friday charged a 96-year-old former SS guard at a Nazi death camp with complicity in the murder of detainees, in one of the last criminal cases linked to the Holocaust.

Air attack may have caused UN chief's plane crash: study

New York - A new UN report on the mysterious 1961 plane crash that killed UN secretary-general Dag Hammarskjold in central Africa has concluded it appears "plausible" the aircraft came under attack.

'Gross mistakes' in run up to Berlin Christmas attack

Berlin - 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

New York - 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.

3 charged over makeshift gas canister bomb in Paris

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.

ICC probes two staff members over Ocampo links

Den Haag - The world's top criminal court is probing two staff members after media reports implicating them in dealings involving the tribunal's former prosecutor Luis Moreno Ocampo.

Police arrest 5 after homemade bomb found in Paris

Paris - French police arrested five people, including one on a terror watchlist, after discovering a suspected home-made bomb in one of Paris's most exclusive neighbourhoods at the weekend, officials said.

Police arrest 5 after homemade bomb found in Paris

Paris - French police arrested five people, including one on a terror watchlist after discovering a suspected home-made bomb in one of Paris's most exclusive neighbourhoods at the weekend, officials said.
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