Investigators release audio recorded by IN homicide victim

They say the suspect picture we've been showing, came from Libby German's cell phone. "To every person seeing this in some form, we need you". Investigators could not confirm if the suspect heard on that recording is the same person in the suspect photo they've been circulating. Read More

Republican senators unnerved by reports of relationship between Donald Trump and Russian Federation

Republican senators unnerved by reports of relationship between Donald Trump and Russian Federation

President Donald Trump's national security adviser, Michael Flynn, resigned late on Monday after coming under fire over whether he discussed the possibility of lifting United States sanctions on Russian Federation before Trump took office. He tweeted Wednesday that "classified information is illegally given out by "intelligence" like candy". Jason Chaffetz and Bob Goodlatte wrote. He later conceded that the topic may have come up. Read More

North Korea vows to reject Kim Jong-nam post-mortem

North Korea vows to reject Kim Jong-nam post-mortem

According to NST Online, CCTV footage showed three North Korean men watching from an eatery called Bibik Heritage, located about 50m from the crime scene on Feb 13. The North Korean embassy officially requested on Thursday, that the body of Kim Jong-nam be released. He sought help but died en route to the hospital. Read More

Samsung Chief Arrested on Bribery Charges in Corruption Scandal

Samsung Chief Arrested on Bribery Charges in Corruption Scandal

The Korean tech giant was going through an ongoing restructuring to clear a succession path for Lee to assume control after his father was suffered from a heart attack in 2014. At the moment, it's not known whether Lee's arrests would be contested, or bail would be sought. Bloomberg reports that Samsung and Lee have denied the allegations, though Lee admitted Samsung provided a horse worth more than $800,000 to Choi's daughter. Read More

Optimistic mood in The Gambia on Barrow's inauguration

Optimistic mood in The Gambia on Barrow's inauguration

Several heads of state went to the ceremony for President Adama Barrow. Others attending included the leaders of Ghana, Liberia and Ivory Coast and the USA assistant secretary of state for African affairs, Linda Thomas-Greenfield. The worldwide community has warmed to Barrow's approach, with the European Union announcing an $80 million package of support after breaking off assistance amid tensions with Jammeh. Read More

Korean leader's half-brother killed

Korean leader's half-brother killed

He gasped to medical workers that he was "attacked with a chemical spray ", a Malaysian official told the Associated Press . The South Korean embassy in Washington, D.C., said it did not have independent confirmation of the reports but was monitoring media coverage. Read More

CETA: MEPs put European Parliament on the wrong side of history

Greenpeace EU trade policy adviser Shira Stanton said: "Despite today's vote, the ratification of CETA by all of Europe's parliaments is still the most unlikely outcome. "By adopting CETA , we chose openness, and growth and high standards over protectionism and stagnation", Pabriks said. The deal could apply provisionally from April, subject to both sides completing all necessary internal procedures. Read More

New round of talks on Syria conflict on Wednesday

New round of talks on Syria conflict on Wednesday

The two-day conference in Astana that begins Wednesday is aimed at strengthening a December 30 cease-fire. The next round of Astana talks will discuss observance of the ceasefire and stabilisation measures for specific areas and other "practical steps" ahead of the talks in Geneva, Kazakhstan said. Read More

Kulgam killings: Pellets back in spotlight as two injured in police firing

In the subsequent clashes after the encounter, one person was killed and more than ten others were injured when security forces and police opened fire and burst teargas shells. The police had to resort to force to disperse the crowd. The Valley-wide strike called by the separatist leadership to protest the deaths evoked mixed response. Read More

Turkish shelling kills 60 civilians in Syria's al-Bab

Turkish shelling kills 60 civilians in Syria's al-Bab

In the same statement , the Turkish military said that 17 ISIL militants were separately "neutralized" as part of the artillery fire, air strikes and clashes conducted as part of the operation. "Al-Bab has been largely taken under control", Yildirim Reuters told the ruling AK Party in parliament on Tuesday in comments reported by Reuters. Read More

French 'Vogue' unveils first transgender cover star

French 'Vogue' unveils first transgender cover star

Valentina smolders on one cover, wearing a floral Balenciaga top. Vogue Paris is to become the first French magazine to feature a transgender model on its cover, according the honour to Valentina Sampaio of Brazil for its March edition. Read More

Austrian police after Hitler lookalike spotted near Nazi dictator's birthplace

The man, who was arrested yesterday in nearby Ried im Innkreis, faces up to six months in jail if found guilty of breaking laws about the display of Nazi symbols and glorifying the Hitler regime. He was detained in Hitler's birthplace, Braunau am Inn, after being spotted outside the house where Hitler was born, and then looking through magazines about World War Two in a local bookshop. Read More

Foreign minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier elected President of Germany

Despite the role being largely ceremonial, past German presidents have acted as voices of moral authority in national and global conversations. During the United States election campaign, the usually circumspect ex-lawyer described Donald Trump as a "hate preacher" and predicted more challenging relations with Washington. Read More

Samsung Boss Returns for Questioning in South Korea Corruption Probe

Samsung Boss Returns for Questioning in South Korea Corruption Probe

Lee was questioned with several other company executives in January, but prosecutors decided there were insufficient grounds for an arrest . The 48-year-old is effectively in control of the conglomerate because his father, Samsung's ailing Chairman Lee Kun-hee, suffered a heart attack in 2014. Read More

Census 2016: Winnipeg population increase outpaces national growth rate

The three northern territories, however, remain very sparsely populated. That urban bloat contributed to Manitoba's population growing at a rate higher than the national average for the first time in ages, 80-years according to StatsCan, who commented "most of the gain was due to stronger worldwide migration". Read More

IAAF: Semenya has to wait for London gold

CAS said all prizes won between July 26, 2010 and August 19, 2013, are forfeited. In November 2015, Savinova was one of five Russian athletes the World Anti-Doping Agency recommended should receive a lifetime ban. Mariya Savinova-Farnosova has been stripped of her 2012 Olympic gold medal, which is set to go to Caster Semenya. In 2013, another Russian, Elena Arzhakova, was found to have violations in her biological passport and was suspended backdated to July 2011. Read More

Trump criticism of Nordstrom raises conflict concern

Nordstrom shares dipped after the president's tweet, but recovered and ended 4 points higher by the end of the day's trading. In what is becoming an annoyingly common occurrence, Donald Trump, 70, brought what should have been a non-issue back to life with a single tweet. Read More

Legislation, law enforcement key to resolve organ trafficking: top Chinese medical expert

They also added that PAS should reject the claims of China versus organ harvesting until further investigation to prove that it is no longer implemented has been proven. "We, the undersigned participants of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences summit on organ trafficking, resolve to combat these crimes against humanity through comprehensive efforts that involve all stakeholders around the world", said the final statement, released to the public February 9. Read More

Canada Opposed To New US Tariffs

The two leaders also have differing views about immigration from predominantly Muslim nations and Mr Trump is likely to press his Mr Trudeau to ramp up defence spending and thereby help shore up North Atlantic Treaty Organisation. Word of the meeting comes amid the federal government's ongoing economic messaging operation, which has Finance Minister Bill Morneau in the USA capital Thursday - the third federal cabinet minister to visit this week. Read More

Trump and Erdogan to Work Together to Fight Islamic State in Syria

The Turkish Presidency said Erdogan and Trump shared commitment to combatting terrorism in all its forms. Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan reviews a guard of honor at the Presidential Palace in Ankara, Turkey, Feb. Turkey-U.S. relations were a bit cold during President Obama's term, as the U.S. has been supporting the YPG militia in fighting Islamic State. Ankara has complained in the past about a lack of US support for that campaign. Read More