Exclusive: Top cybercrime ring disrupted as authorities raid Moscow offices - sources. Somali authorities identify suspect in jetliner blast. Investigators suspect he carried a laptop computer with a bomb concealed onto the plane, according to a source familiar with the investigation.
The source said Borleh apparently knew precisely where to sit and how to place the device to maximize damage. The source said, given the placement, the blast likely would have set off a catastrophic secondary explosion in the fuel tank had the aircraft reached cruising altitude. The source added that investigators believe the attack was orchestrated by the al Qaeda affiliate Al Shabaab, although they are not certain that Borleh was a direct member of the group. New Details Revealed About ‘Snapchat Queen’ Katie May’s Death. New details about the death of Katie May, a model who was known for her social media posts on Instagram and Snapchat, have been revealed.
According to TMZ, just a week before her death, the 34-year-old model took a fall during a photo shoot in Los Angeles and injured her neck. She even took to her Twitter to discuss the injury, saying, “Pinched a nerve in my neck on a photoshoot and got adjusted this morning. It really hurts!” Katie‘s brother said the model then received chiropractic treatment but was not seen by a doctor. It is now speculated that Katie did not actually pinch a nerve, but instead tore the carotid artery leading to a blood clot which caused her stroke. Our thoughts continue to be with Katie‘s family and friends. Police believe 6 found dead in Chicago home were targeted. CHICAGO – Chicago police said they believe six family members found dead in their southwest side home were killed in a "targeted incident," though they're still trying to determine a possible motive.
It's possible someone in the family "was involved in something that could have targeted them," or that the killings occurred during a robbery or a domestic incident, police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said late Friday. Police found the six people — two children, two women and two men — dead on Thursday after one of the men's co-workers called 911 to report he hadn't shown up to work for two days. Authorities initially said it was possible one person killed the other five before taking his or her own life. But the Cook County Medical Examiner's Office on Friday ruled their deaths homicides, saying five were stabbed to death and the sixth died of multiple gunshot wounds. Flint Residents Told That Their Children Could Be Taken Away If They Don’t Pay For City’s Poison Water : politics. Guantanamo Bay Murders? Sgt Joseph Hickman says CIA killed prisoners. Loaded: 0% Progress: 0% New Pentagon policy will not include language allowing for the closure of the federal prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
911 call goes unanswered; dispatcher was ordering pizza. Former Auschwitz concentration camp medic to stand trial on 3,681 counts of accessory to murder. Updated A 95-year-old former medic at the Auschwitz concentration camp will go on trial next month on at least 3,681 counts of accessory to murder, German authorities say.
Hubert Zafke was a medical orderly at the camp from August 15, 1944 to September 14, 1944. Richest 62 billionaires as wealthy as half the world population combined. Future - Why people get more stupid in a crowd. The downstairs room of a central London pub is not where most psychologists would choose to stage an experiment in decision-making, but for Daniel Richardson it is ideal.
A researcher at University College London, he is interested in how people’s thinking is influenced by those around them – for example, whether seeing other people’s choices affects our own. For this he requires real-world settings where people mingle and socialise, rather than a psychology lab where they are typically quarantined. Tonight around 50 of us are gathered in the Phoenix Arts Club in Soho to take part in one of Richardson’s “mass participation” studies. There is a jovial air, and he stands before us with his sleeves rolled up like a compere at a variety show. Yet this is serious science.
Switzerland seizing assets from refugees to cover costs. More people in Europe are dying than are being born. More people in Europe are dying than are being born, according to a new report co-authored by a Texas A&M University demographer.
In contrast, births exceed deaths, by significant margins, in Texas and elsewhere in the U.S., with few exceptions. Texas A&M Professor of Sociology Dudley Poston, along with Professor Kenneth Johnson, University of New Hampshire, and Professor Layton Field, Mount St. Mary's University, published their findings in Population and Development Review this month. The researchers find that 17 European nations have more people dying in them than are being born (natural decrease), including three of Europe's more populous nations: Russia, Germany and Italy. Queens woman accused of forcing enslaved children to give her ‘five-hour body massages’ Sook Yeong Park is accused of abusing two Korean teenagers in this Queens home.
(Courtesy of DNAinfo/Katie Honan) A New York woman is accused of taking two South Korean children into her home and using them as slave labor for the last six years, according to police. In addition to doing “meticulous” housework that lasted 10 hours each day after school, Sook Yeong Park, 42, forced the victims to give her back and foot massages, as well as pedicures, police said. As recently as last week, a police affidavit states, Park forced one victim to give her “a five-hour body massage.” Park faces charges of labor trafficking, assault and endangering the welfare of a child, according to the Queen’s District Attorney’s office. Art Contests, Art Competitions, and Opportunities for Visual Artists and Photographers : THE ART LIST. RootsWeb: Database Index.
Police: Ohio parents overdose on heroin in baby's hospital room. CINCINNATTI, Ohio -- An Ohio father who allegedly overdosed on heroin during a hospital visit to his sick baby daughter appeared on court Friday.
Wesley Landers survived the incident, but he's been charged with bringing a gun to the hospital. The girl's mom also overdosed, and died in the baby's Cincinnati hospital room on Thursday. One of the first things you see when you walk into the children's hospital is a sign listing the things their policy doesn't allow you to bring inside. "Weapons" is at the bottom of the list. Police release surveillance video in search of suspect in sex crime against boy. PORT ST.
LUCIE, Fla. —Port St. Lucie police released surveillance video Wednesday morning in connection with the sexual assault of a 12-year-old boy. Listen: Audio of 911 call. Argentinian man arrested after 'fathering 7 children with his own daughter' during decades of abuse. An Argentinian man has been arrested on suspicion of having seven children with his own daughter after raping her over the course of two decades, it has been reported. According to El Tribuno, the 56-year-old man was arrested when his daughter, now 31, attended a medical appointment with one of her children. When the doctors inquired as to who the child’s father was, she explained that he was her own biological father too. Authorities were reportedly contacted and the woman then allegedly revealed to police that she had been raped from the age of 9 and had conceived six other children as a result of the abuse.
She reportedly said the abuse began when her mother died and her father told her that she had to take on the role of his ‘new wife’. The woman reportedly told local media: “He abused me from the age of nine. Over 200 Members of German Choir Were Abused, Investigator Says. Minneapolis man charged in severe child abuse case. A Minneapolis man has been charged after a 20-month old was hospitalized with fractured ribs, severe brain injuries, and a lacerated kidney and spleen. Ticourtier Collins, 21, was charged with first-degree assault in Hennepin County Court on Friday. The complaint against Collins said he was caring for his daughter Sunday, then brought her to the hospital after the toddler was injured while playing at another home. Collins' story changed several times. According to the complaint, he also told the child's mother he did not witness the injury.
Collins told doctors and police that the little girl bumped heads with another child while playing. British teen found in shallow grave. -God-brother arrested -friend, wanted. Carter Center: 22 Guinea Worm Cases Reported in 2015. Officials with The Carter Center in Atlanta said this week that 22 cases of Guinea worm disease were reported worldwide in 2015, down from 126 cases during the previous year. The human rights organization founded by former President Jimmy Carter in 1986 began targeting the painful parasitic disease for eradication. At that time, an estimated 3.5 million cases occurred annually worldwide. The 2015 figures announced this week include cases in four African countries: Chad, Ethiopia, Mali and South Sudan.
In a statement included with the latest report, Carter said the organization is committed to preventing the disease from affecting future generations. Austrian police chief warns women not to leave home alone in wake of Cologne sex attacks. Vienna’s chief of police has warned women against venturing into the streets alone, in the wake of highly-publicised sexual assaults in Austria and Germany.
However, police boss Gerhard Pürstl is now being accused of putting the onus on women to protect themselves from assault, rather than targeting men who commit sexual crimes. Patient dies after beating from doctor in Russia. The man was beaten December 29 at Belgorod's City Hospital No. 2 in southwestern Russia near the border with Ukraine. Teenager Kenneth McGeechan jailed for raping 'vulnerable' woman.
Image copyright Mike Gibbons. Fracking shakes the American west: ‘a millennium’s worth of earthquakes’ Oklahomans don’t blink when they hear warnings about tornadoes, drought or ice-storms. Earthquakes, however, catch their attention. Citizen takes down armed robber in NY 7-Eleven. TOWN OF TONAWANDA, N.Y. Investigators: Minnesota filmmaker obsessed with conspiracies killed family, himself - Story. APPLE VALLEY, Minn. (KMSP) - An Apple Valley, Minn. filmmaker had become obsessed with a grim film project he was working on in the months leading up to the murder of his wife and 5-year-old daughter before killing himself, according to police, friends, and family members.
Apple Valley Police gave the FOX 9 Investigators an exclusive look at the recently completed, year-long investigation into the murder-suicide. "Very sad scene, during the holidays, beautiful family, tragic loss," said Apple Valley Police Chief, Jon Rechtzigel. Wife faces charges after paraplegic husband’s ‘horrific’ death. A 37-year-old woman is facing murder and abuse charges after police found a “horrific” scene at the apartment she lived with her paraplegic husband, who died last week from severe neglect, police said.
Dormanicia Lawson has been charged with murder, two counts of dependent abuse and a count of child abuse, according to the Contra Costa County District Attorney’s Office. Concord police Cpl. Meet Sienna Johnson, 16, Charged as Adult in Alleged School Murder Scheme. Last month, we told you about the arrests of three teenage girls in Colorado for alleged violent plots against their respective schools. Law on Ultrasounds Reignites Abortion Battle in North Carolina. Logne attacks: Police use water cannon and pepper spray on anti-immigration Pegida protesters. Man beset by bedbugs sets apartment ablaze. Four teens apprehended in Brownsville gang rape of 18-year-old. Logne sex assaults: Number of cases in New Year's Eve violence probe rises above 500. Police in Cologne say the number of criminal cases relating to violent attacks in the city on New Year’s Eve has risen above 500.
The German justice minister, Heiko Maas, said the authorities needed to work quickly to establish whether Cologne's violence was linked to incidents reported in other cities. The chief of police in Cologne has been sacked in the wake of the scandal, after up to 1,000 men were allowed to mug, accost and sexually abuse women in "coordinated" attacks in a city square. Women march through Cologne holding placards reading ‘Against Sexism, Against Racism’ Police said on Sunday that of the 516 criminal complaints made since the violence 10 days ago, around 40 per cent involved allegations of sexual offences. Initial reports had suggested scores of women were targeted, while just 31 suspects have been detained by police for questioning, 18 of whom were asylum seekers.
Public kept in the dark about sexual harassment at youth festival - Radio Sweden. Why many consider Sean Penn’s ‘El Chapo’ meeting an ‘epic insult’ to Mexican journalists. Syrian teenage girls forced to marry ISIS militants in Deir ez-Zor. Syrian teenage girls forced to marry ISIS militants in Deir ez-Zor. Madaya: Syrian regime supporters share food photos to taunt starving civilians trapped in town. Florida couple kept adopted daughter inside ‘glorified cage,’ police say. Police: Ohio parents overdose on heroin in baby's hospital room. Trudeau condemns pepper spray attack at Vancouver event for Syrian refugees. Argentinian man arrested after 'fathering 7 children with his own daughter' during decades of abuse.
Over 200 Members of German Choir Were Abused, Investigator Says.