Tunisian immigrant kills two daughters following custody dispute in US

Thursday, 4 January 2018

American mother Amy Hunter arrived at a parking lot near her home in West Sacramento on New Year’s Eve to pick up her daughters, Sara, 9 and Sophie, 12, only to find them dying beside the corpse of their father. The car was parked at the designated drop-off point for the girls, near West Sacramento’s City Hall in the US. The victims’ parents had been involved in a custody battle for years, reported Sacramento Bee. The two girls were later declared dead by West Sacramento Police ...

Pakistan thanks India after Kashmiri boy reunited with mother

Sunday, 5 February 2017

Kiani, a resident of the Pakistani-controlled Kashmir, said she was overwhelmed with happiness and prepared to forgive her estranged husband

‘No charges’ revealed for Washington Post journalist as Iran trial looms

Thursday, 29 January 2015

Iranian officials say Rezaian will stand trial in Iran’s Revolutionary Court, which mostly hears cases involving security offenses

HRW: Egypt not serious about improving prison conditions

Thursday, 22 January 2015

HRW said it had documented nine deaths in Egypt prisons since mid-2013

Turkish journalist kept in custody in Egypt

Tuesday, 20 August 2013

Turkey's state-run agency says Egyptian prosecutors have ordered that a detained Turkish journalist be kept in custody for a further 15 days. The Anadolu Agency says that the Turkish Embassy had contested the decision and his case could be reviewed on Tuesday. Metin Turan, a correspondent with Turkey's state-run TRT television and radio was detained Saturday after police stormed a mosque in Cairo and swept up hundreds of supporters of the country's ousted president who had sought refuge there. ...

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