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Leonardo DiCaprio has said he will cooperate with investigations of corruption allegations against Malaysia's state investment fund 1MDB.
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Russia rejects report into downing of MH17 as "biased"
Russia rejects MH17 report as “biased” JIT has “ignored evidence” Moscow denies any involvement Russia has firmly dismissed a report into the 2014 downing of a Malaysian airliner over Ukraine, call
Dutch investigation into MH17 crash 'biased and politically-motivated' says Russia
Moscow has denounced as ‘biased’ an investigation into the downed Malaysia Airlines flight MH17.
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Prosecutors from the Netherlands, Australia, Belgium, Malaysia and Ukraine say the Buk missile system used to shoot down the plane was fired from the village of Pervomaysk and later returned to Russia
US investigators probe New York bomb suspect's possible terror links
US officials are investigating what might have motivated the Afghan-born suspect arrested on Monday to have planted bombs in New York and New Jersey.
Fears online sex tape shame prompted suicide
An Italian woman who was subjected to online abuse after an explicit video of her went viral has killed herself.
Russia denies involvement in WADA hack
Russian sports minister Vitaly Mutko has firmly denied that his government had something to do with the recent hacking of the World Anti doping agency’s database that resulted in the confidential medi
Mexico widens scope of investigation into 43 missing students
Mexico’s special prosecutor in the suspected massacre of 43 students in 2014 is now to examine the role of federal and state police.
Spain: Four dead after train derails
A passenger train derailed in Spain’s northwestern Galicia region, killing four people and injuring 47 others who were taken to hospitals, authorities said.
Julian Assange criticises timing of Swedish news conference
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has criticised the timing of a news conference held by the Swedish prosecutor.
Italy plans rebuild of quake-hit towns
Drone footage of Amatrice shows how easily the buildings crumbled when an earthquake rocked central Italy on August 24th killing 294 people.
German football legend Beckenbauer investigated over 2006 World Cup
Swiss authorities have opened criminal proceedings against German soccer great Franz Beckenbauer and two former presidents of Germany’s football federation (DFB) in connection with its successful bid
UK: 'Hate crime' murder probe after Polish man is killed
A sixth teenager arrested on suspicion of murdering a Polish man in southeast England has been freed on bail in what police believe may have been a hate crime.
Attack on Brussels forensic lab 'probably arson'
A fire at a top forensic crime lab in Brussels was probably arson aimed at destroying evidence rather than terrorism, investigators have said.
Irish Olympic staff passports seized, as ticket-scalping probe widens
RIO DE JANEIRO – Brazilian police investigating Rio Olympic ticket-scalping seized several passports of Ireland’s delegation on Sunday, as the
Rio police say US swimmers made up robbery claim
Four US swimmers who said they were robbed at gunpoint made up the story police say to cover up a vandalism incident.
Police in Magdeburg, Germany searching for knife attacker
Police in Magdeburg, Germany are looking for a knife-attacker went on a rampage, attacking several people.
London attack: Russell Square suspect is a Norwegian of Somali origin
A 19-year-old Norwegian man of Somali ancestry remains in police custody in London on suspicion of murdering an American woman in her 60s after a deadly assault in Russell Square last…
President Erdogan apologises for not seeing 'true face' of coup plotters
Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has issued an apology for his former alliance with the Gulenist movement, suspected of orchestrating last month’s attempted coup…
Head of Australian inquiry into abuse of aboriginal boys quits
The head of an Australian inquiry into aboriginal boys being abused in detention has resigned.
Sixteen killed in Texas hot air balloon crash, says police
Police in Texas say 16 people have been killed after a hot air balloon caught fire and crashed.
Australian PM resists calls to broaden inquiry into youth detention centre abuses
Australia is reeling after footage was aired on TV showing guards tear-gassing teenage inmates of a detention centre and strapping a half-naked, hooded boy to a chair.
Normandy church assailant identified as Adel Kermiche
One of the two Normandy church knifemen has been formally identified as Adel Kermiche, according to the Paris prosecutor leading the investigation.