ST. LOUIS – A life-threatening game of Russian roulette, the 24-year-old American agent “Katlyn Alix” has become fatal. Her colleague, Nathan Hendren (29), is suspected of having shot Alix.
In Germany, a 17-year-old girl was seriously injured after being attacked by two Afghan asylum seekers. She wanted to escape by jumping on a bus, but the asylum seekers pulled the girl out of the moving bus. This is reported by the German newspaper “Die Welt”. One of the Afghan asylum seekers is in prison, the other has been released.
The famous Swedish climate trustee Greta Thunberg (16) addressed the world leaders at the World Economic Forum in Davos. “I do not want you to despair, I want you to panic,” she argued.
Iraqi asylum seeker, 21, charged with murder of Jewish girl, 14, and child rape that sparked anti-migrant fury across Germany
A FAILED asylum-seeker has been charged with murder and child rape following shocking attacks on two young schoolgirls in Germany.
Amsterdam will secure mosques. According to the municipality, the chance of an attack is real. Jewish institutions in the city are already secured.
Former Trump campaign adviser Roger Stone was arrested in Fort Lauderdale, Florida early Friday morning, following an indictment in D.C., according to Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s office.
Days after Nathan Phillips’ story of his confrontation with a group of students in Washington was thoroughly discredited, many on the left are still rallying behind him, pretending he was somehow a victim.
The United States is ready to send 20 million dollars of emergency aid to Venezuela. Minister of Foreign Affairs Mike Pompeo stated that Thursday at the Organization of American States in Washington.
Acting Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro announced Thursday that the embassy and all consulates of his country in the United States will close. Maduro broke the diplomatic ties with the US before, because Washington recognized Juan Guaido, who declared himself the interim president.
The Italian government must pay the American Amanda Knox, who was finally acquitted in 2015 of manslaughter on her British co-hirer in 2007 in Perugia, with compensation of € 18,000 for the violation of her defence rights. That was the judgment of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) on Thursday.