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The television journalist was brutally raped and murdered last week which shocked the country
Seven journalists — many of them investigating corruption — have now been killed in Europe over the last two years.
Turkey's president Tayyip Erdogan says he's tracking Jamal Khashoggi's case personally and hopes for a positive outcome.
Celia Barquin, 22, murdered in broad daylight while practising alone on a golf course in Iowa. Colin Daniel Richards, now charged with first-degree murder, had been living in the woods near the golf course.
A German court has sentenced a failed asylum seeker to eight-and-a-half years in prison for murdering his 15-year-old ex-girlfriend, in a case that has fueled anti-migrant sentiment in the country.
From crime reporter to advisor to the victim's family, how Peter de Vries became the one Nicky Verstappen's parents turned to in the days after his murder and in the 20-year investigation that ensued.
The German government says it will not tolerate vigilante justice after several people were hurt in clashes in the city of Chemnitz
Police in Spain arrest a man suspected of murdering a schoolboy in the Netherlands in 1998
11 South African taxi drivers were killed after they were ambushed on Saturday night.
The only surviving member of a trio of neo-Nazis has been sentenced to life in prison for ten murders that shocked Germany
A 20 year old Iraqi man is said to have admitted raping and murdering a 14 year old in Germany.
A 20 year old Iraqi refugee is suspected of raping and killing the 14 year old and hiding her bodyin undergrowth near the city of Wiesbaden.
The head of Ukraine's security services said the 'murder' had been staged to catch those who were trying to kill him
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Sophie Lionnet, 21, was tortured and killed by the couple who accused her of plotting against them with Boyzone member Mark Walton.
Yoselyn Ortega's insanity plea fails to impress jury as she is given life without parole for 2012 double infanticide in Manhattan.
Authorities previously claimed the Polish and German cyclists, whose bodies had been found at the bottom of a ravine in Mexico, had died in an accident.
Soldier Elor Azaria escaped the maximum sentence of 20 years for manslaughter when he was sentenced to 18 months in prison last year. He has served less than nine.
Compared to other parts of the world, the Americas have twice the homicide rate of Africa and ten times the rate of Europe.
The three film students are believed to have been mistaken for gang members