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"Up to this point, a terrorist motive is seriously being considered," prosecutors said in a statement, citing "the nature of the shooting and a letter found in the getaway car."
France clears Rwandan officials of killing president in 1994
Rwanda said on Dec. 24 that it welcomed the definitive end of what it called a politically-motivated investigation.
Brexit donor Arron Banks denies Russia connection
UK Police open antisemitism inquiry into Labour members
Pope Francis orders an investigation of an American bishop accused of sexual misconduct
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Investigators try to find why Swiss plane crashed
Investigators do not yet know why a plane crashed in Switzerland on Saturday claiming the lives of all 20 people on board
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Russian journalists confirmed dead in the Central African Republic
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German man in coma finally identified by his key
Berlin police were able to identify a German man who has been in a coma since March 13 by posting a picture of his key on social media.
US Senate intelligence committee confirms Russia interfered in presidential election
The committee found that "the Russian effort was extensive, sophisticated, and ordered by President Putin himself."
Congress gets hands on explosive Comey memos
Former FBI director's notes on conversations with President Donald Trump unusually also made available to the press.
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European Commission raids 21st Century Fox offices
“The Commission has concerns that the companies involved may have violated EU antitrust rules that prohibit cartels and restrictive business practices."
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Donald Trump's business dealings come under Mueller's beady eye
Ex-Trump aide mulls cooperating with Russia probe
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Hope Hicks resigns as Trump’s White House communications chief
Trump's longtime aide quit a day after she appeared before a congressional committee investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election, and acknowledged she sometimes told "white lies" for the president, according to lawmakers.