Jun 3rd, 2012
SANFORD, Florida (Reuters) – George Zimmerman, the neighborhood watch volunteer charged in the Florida killing of unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin, returned to jail on Sunday after a court revoked his bond and ordered him back into custody.
Zimmerman, who had been free on a $150,000 bond and hiding in an undisclosed location, arrived at the Sanford County jail in a white police mini-van shortly before...
May 13th, 2012
A few hundred protesters were evicted by police early Sunday morning while trying to spend the night in the square of Puerta del Sol, in the Spanish capital.
On the evening of Saturday, a demonstration was organized to mark the first anniversary of the movement of “outraged”.
The requirement to leave at 22h local time, has not deterred some of them who chose instead to stay put. The riot police...
Apr 9th, 2012
On Monday Tunisian police used tear gas to disperse a demonstration attended by several hundred people on the main street of Tunis, Avenue Habib Bourguiba, announced the Arab media.
The protesters wanted to commemorate the Martyrs Day and protest against emergency rule prohibiting public gatherings.
Police said the demonstration was not authorized, the police have used tear gas to disperse protesters
Apr 8th, 2012
TULSA( AP ), United States – On Sunday two suspects were arrested in relation to the massacre that left 3 dead and 2 injured in Tulsa, Oklahoma on Friday .
Tulsa police spokesman Jason Willingham says the two men were taken into custody early Sunday just north of Tulsa and they will face three counts of first-degree murder and two counts of shooting with intent to kill.
Willingham told The Associated Press by...
Apr 5th, 2012
NEW YORK, NY – Further analyzes are needed to determine the cause of death of Richard Descoings, director of the Institute of Political Studies of Paris, found dead Tuesday in a Manhattan hotel room. An autopsy performed Wednesday failed for now to learn more about his death.
Richard Descoings was discovered naked in his room at the “Michelangelo”, in Manhattan. He was in New York for an...
Mar 31st, 2012
At least four people were killed and 40 wounded in triple bomb attack Saturday night in southern Thailand, said the New China News Agency (Xinhua) referring to the Thai media on Sunday.
The newspaper Bangkok Biz News, the bombing took place in Yala, capital of the eponymous province in the grip of a separatist conflict. The information website for Thai Rath reports that three bombs hidden in cars exploded one after...
Mar 30th, 2012
On Thursday 430 people were arrested in Athens, during a police operation in crime prevention, police reported Friday.
Almost all of those arrested are non-Greek migrants. Police carried out more than 1,000 identity checks. Several drug-related crimes, theft, prostitution and violation of immigration laws were discovered during this operation, in which 400 police officers took part.
For two years, the Greek...
Mar 30th, 2012
The number of Syrian refugees present in Lebanon exceeded 20,000 people, reported the Vatican Radio quoted the bureau chief of the Catholic association Caritas in Beirut, Simon Faddoul on Friday.
The organization reported that the actual number of refugees is twice the figures announced by the UN, which count only 9,000 Syrian refugees in Lebanon.
According M.Faddoul, many of them refuse to be photographed and did...