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Allegation of violation of rules of war may open door to future ICC prosecutions of key regime figures, including Bashar al-Assad.
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Reports indicate suspect was a local German citizen
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London's murder rate overlapped that of New York's in February and March 2018. But how does the British capital compare to other big cities in the EU in terms of homicides?
London murders overtake New York for the first time
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Paris police say murder of a Jewish woman in Paris was a hate crime
Mireille Knoll's burned and stabbed body was found three days ago in her apartment in the eleventh arrondissement. Jewish communities have reacted strongly to her murder.
Brazil: Protests over murder of Rio politician
Feelings are running high after the execution-style killing of human rights activist Marielle Franco and her driver
Life sentence for student murder in Germany
The asylum seeker claims to be from Afghanistan and the murder of the 19 year old in 2016 at Freiburg fueled a backlash against a mass migration
French nanny murder: Boyzone singer says he 'never' knew victim
Boyzone singer Mark Walton says he never met murdered French nanny Sophie Lionnet and first heard her name from police.
Slovakia: PM Fico quits amid journalist murder crisis
The unsolved killing of 27-year-old investigative reporter Jan Kuciak has sparked widespread anger in the country
Slovak PM offers to resign to quell country's protests
Slovak PM Robert Fico has offered to resign, but only if his party gets to choose his successor. The country has experienced mass protests since the murder of a journalist investigating corruption.
Slovakia's PM Robert Fico offers to resign amid political crisis
Slovakia's Prime Minister Robert Fico said he was ready to resign after a political crisis sparked by the murder of an investigative journalist in February.
Nerve agent creator & Soviet weapons whistleblower warns Novichok kill
Retired weapons scientist warns no cure for debilitating agent that can kill with the slightest trace.
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Novichok nerve agents used in 1995 killing, ex-Russian agent
A form of poison believed to have harmed Sergei Skripal was used by a criminal gang to murder a man in Moscow.
Slovak journalist murder: Interior Minister resigns
Robert Kalinak's departure comes amid growing public anger at the killing of investigative journalist Jan Kuciak and his fiancee Martina Kusnirova last month.
Slovakia anti-government protest ‘biggest since the fall of Communism’
Tens of thousands of Slovaks hit the streets to protest about alleged corruption, with some calling for the resignation of Prime Minister Robert Fico.
Madsen trial begins in Copenhagen
Danish Inventor stands accused of murdering journalist Kim Wall in home-made submarine, then violating her body before dismembering it and throwing it into the sea.
UK ready to take 'robust' action in case of critically ill Russian spy
As Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter lie critically ill in hospital, comparisons with the 2006 poisioning of Alexander Litvinenko are circulating. The police have offered reassurance, and the UK government has promised "robust" action if necessary.
UK government in emergency briefings over Russian spy 'poisoning'
The UK government's emergency committee Cobra is to meet as anti-terrorist police take charge of the probe into the suspected poisoning of Russian spy, Sergei Skripal, and his daughter.
Anger over journalist's murder piles pressure on Slovakia's government
As Slovaks protest over corruption and the murder of an investigative reporter, several key allies of Prime Minister Robert Fico have already resigned, including his culture minister.