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U.S. judge blocks extradition of Russian to Poland over Nazi looted art| Reuters

Aug 04, 2015

U.S. judge blocks extradition of Russian to Poland over Nazi looted art| Reuters

NEW YORK A Russian art dealer accused by Polish authorities of illegally acquiring an 18th-century painting stolen during World War II by the Nazis cannot be extradited from the United States, a Manhattan federal judge ruled on Monday. U.S #Business #United States #India #Crime #Floods #Latin America #Entertainment
Kosovo votes for new war crimes court| Reuters

Aug 04, 2015

Kosovo votes for new war crimes court| Reuters

PRISTINA Kosovo's parliament voted to change the constitution on Monday and create a war crimes court, which the West wants to try ethnic Albanian former guerrillas for alleged war crimes including organ harvesting. The vote was held just one month after parliament first tried to approve the creation of the court, seen by many Kosovo Albanians as an attempt to tarnish their 1998-99 guerrilla war against Serbian rule. The constitutional changes were endorsed by 82 deputies in the 120-seat parliament #Technology #Europe #Crime #Argentina #Floods #Netherlands
Libya probing guards seen in video beating jailed Gaddafi son| Reuters

Aug 03, 2015

Libya probing guards seen in video beating jailed Gaddafi son| Reuters

TRIPOLI Libyan state prosecutors are investigating unidentified guards purportedly shown in a video beating a son of Muammar Gaddafi held in a Tripoli prison, a statement said on Monday. The video was posted a week after a Tripoli court sentenced Gaddafi's son Saif al-Islam and eight former regime officials to death over crimes during the 2011 uprising that toppled his father, who was later captured and killed by rebels. Rights groups said the trial was riddled with legal flaws #United States #markets #Crime #Argentina #Latin America
Louis Berger bribery case: Former Goa CM Kamat questioned by Crime Branch again

Aug 03, 2015

Louis Berger bribery case: Former Goa CM Kamat questioned by Crime Branch again

Former Goa Chief Minister Digamber Kamat was on Monday questioned for a second time by police in connection with the Louis Berger bribery scam in which two persons have been arrested so far. #NewsTracker #Goa #Digambar Kamat #Crime Branch #bribery case #Louis Berger
Former Louis Berger vice president Satyakam Mohanty arrested in bribery case

Aug 03, 2015

Former Louis Berger vice president Satyakam Mohanty arrested in bribery case

Former Louis Berger vice president Satyakam Mohanty was on Monday arrested in connection with the pay-off scandal. #India #Corruption #NewsTracker #graft #Goa Crime branch #Louis Berger bribery case #Satyakam Mohanty
Israel approves jailing Jewish militants without trial to resolve lethal arson| Reuters

Aug 03, 2015

Israel approves jailing Jewish militants without trial to resolve lethal arson| Reuters

JERUSALEM Israel's security cabinet approved on Sunday the detention of citizens suspected of waging violence against Palestinians without trial in a crackdown aimed at capturing the perpetrators of a lethal West Bank arson attack blamed on Jewish militants. The extension to Israelis of so-called "administration detention", a practice commonly applied to Palestinian militant suspects and condemned internationally, laid bare authorities' frustration at failing to curb Jewish ultra-nationalist attacks #Crime #Argentina #United Kingdom #Latin America #Foreign policy #opinion
Gunmen in uniforms kill ally of Burundi's President Nkurunziza| Reuters

Aug 02, 2015

Gunmen in uniforms kill ally of Burundi's President Nkurunziza| Reuters

NAIROBI Gunmen wearing military uniforms shot dead a former Burundian security chief who was a close ally of President Pierre Nkurunziza on Sunday, the presidency and witnesses said, heightening tensions after a disputed presidential poll. General Adolphe Nshimirimana, who was in charge of the president's personal security at the time of his death, was killed in a car alongside three of his bodyguards in the Kamenge district of the capital Bujumbura, the sources said. Witnesses said the four attackers wore military fatigues and sprayed the car with bullets, then drove off shortly after 8am (0600 GMT). #Business #United States #Crime #President #Foreign policy