Read more about the article Belgians Who Collaborated With Hitler Still Get Pension From Germany For Services To Reich
Picture shows Hitler, Gring, Goebbels and Rudolf Hess during a military parade in 1933. Nine Belgian residents who are reportedly convicted of their collaboration with the Nazi regime, still receive a pension for their services in the Third Reich. (Newsflash)

Belgians Who Collaborated With Hitler Still Get Pension From Germany For Services To Reich

Nine Belgian citizens who collaborated with the Nazis still get their pension from Germany for "services to the Third Reich". The nine citizens, who are convicted of collaborating with the…

Continue ReadingBelgians Who Collaborated With Hitler Still Get Pension From Germany For Services To Reich
Read more about the article USA Wildlife Conservationists Looking For Professional Bear Hugger
Conservation officers hug a bear cub during a research project in Northern New Mexico, USA, undated. An ad hiring professional bear huggers was posted advertising the job of conservation officer for the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, in March, 2023. (@nmdgf/Newsflash)

USA Wildlife Conservationists Looking For Professional Bear Hugger

Wildlife conservation authorities in the USA are looking for a professional bear hugger. The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish (NMDGF) offered interested candidates "the experience of a lifetime"…

Continue ReadingUSA Wildlife Conservationists Looking For Professional Bear Hugger
Read more about the article Looted 7th Century BC Artefact Returned To Iraq After Adorning US Museum For 17 Years
Photo shows an artifact that is believed to have been stolen during the pillaging of the Iraq Museum in Baghdad in 2003 and returned to Iraq by FBI, undated. Archaeologists believe the artifact, which stands only 2 1/4 inches tall and 1 1/2 inches wide, dates back 2,700 years. (FBI/Newsflash)

Looted 7th Century BC Artefact Returned To Iraq After Adorning US Museum For 17 Years

US authorities have repatriated a 2,700-year-old artefact stolen from a museum in Iraq 20 years ago. The Iron Age artefact, named 'Furniture Fitting with Sphinx Trampling a Youth', was reportedly…

Continue ReadingLooted 7th Century BC Artefact Returned To Iraq After Adorning US Museum For 17 Years
Read more about the article US And German Authorities Shut Down World’s Largest Darknet Money Laundering Platform And Seize EUR 44m In Crypto
Image shows the ChipMixer darknet cryptocurrency anonymizing service, undated photo. It was seized by U.S. and German authorities on Wednesday, Mar. 15, 2023. (BKA/Newsflash)

US And German Authorities Shut Down World’s Largest Darknet Money Laundering Platform And Seize EUR 44m In Crypto

The US and German authorities have shut down the world's largest darknet money-laundering platform and seized over EUR 44 million in Bitcoin. They have also reportedly seized nearly seven terabytes…

Continue ReadingUS And German Authorities Shut Down World’s Largest Darknet Money Laundering Platform And Seize EUR 44m In Crypto
Read more about the article Second Home Of Serial Killer Marc Dutroux Demolished
Picture shows the house of serial killer Marc Dutroux being demolished in Sars-la-Buissiere, belgium, on Monday, March 13, 2023. On Aug. 17, 1996, the bodies of Julie Lejeune, 8, and Melissa Russo, 8, were found in the garden of the house. (Newsflash)

Second Home Of Serial Killer Marc Dutroux Demolished

Authorities in Belgium have begun demolishing another home of notorious serial killer Marc Dutroux, who kidnapped and murdered several young girls in the 1990s. Evil Dutroux was arrested in 1996…

Continue ReadingSecond Home Of Serial Killer Marc Dutroux Demolished
Read more about the article Experts Find Famous Chilean Poet Neruda Was Poisoned With His Relatives Claiming It Was The Authorities
Picture shows Chilean Nobel Prize winner Pablo Neruda, undated. Experts said that the bacteria found in the remains of his body at the time of death show that he poisoned twelve days after the 1973 military coup, in Chile. (Newsflash)

Experts Find Famous Chilean Poet Neruda Was Poisoned With His Relatives Claiming It Was The Authorities

Forensic experts have said that the Chilean poet and Nobel Prize winner Pablo Neruda was poisoned, according to one of his family members, who blamed the authorities of the time.…

Continue ReadingExperts Find Famous Chilean Poet Neruda Was Poisoned With His Relatives Claiming It Was The Authorities
Read more about the article Mysterious Call Reveals Where Missing Irish Teen Amy Fitzpatrick Is Buried, Says Family
Amy Fitzpatric, 15, poses in undated photo. After spending New Year's 2008 at a friend's house she disappeared while returning home in Mijas, Spain, Amy's family claims to have received information from an anonymous person that Amy is buried in the Mijas equestrian club, in January, 2023. (Newsflash)

Mysterious Call Reveals Where Missing Irish Teen Amy Fitzpatrick Is Buried, Says Family

The family of missing Irish teen Amy Fitzpatrick have received a call telling them where she is buried, and claim Spanish police are not taking the tip seriously. And the…

Continue ReadingMysterious Call Reveals Where Missing Irish Teen Amy Fitzpatrick Is Buried, Says Family
Read more about the article Germany Burns More Than 17 Million Expired Covid Masks
Image shows COVID-19 masks, undated photo. Germany has burnt over 17 million expired masks as of January 2023. (Newsflash)

Germany Burns More Than 17 Million Expired Covid Masks

Health officials in Germany have incinerated more than 17 million expired COVID-19 masks. The unused medical masks - bought in the first months of the pandemic - were reportedly destroyed…

Continue ReadingGermany Burns More Than 17 Million Expired Covid Masks
Read more about the article Endangered Loggerheads Released Back Into Sea
A Loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta Caretta) is returned to the sea in San Clemente, Argentina, on Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2022. Three Loggerhead sea turtle were rescued from the nets of a fishermen who collaborates with the rescue centre, examined, treated and released. (Mundo Marino/Newsflash)

Endangered Loggerheads Released Back Into Sea

Three endangered loggerhead sea turtles have been returned to the sea after they were rescued from fishing nets off the coast of Argentina. Experts from Fundacion Mundo Marino set the…

Continue ReadingEndangered Loggerheads Released Back Into Sea
Read more about the article Eight Wild Boars Drop Dead At Famous Japanese Folktale’s Death Stone
Photo shows several dead boars near The Sessho-seki, known as the "Killing Stone", undated photo. The Killing Stone is a stone in the volcanic mountains of Nasu, an area of Tochigi Prefecture, Japan. (Japanese Ministry of the Environment/Newsflash)

Eight Wild Boars Drop Dead At Famous Japanese Folktale’s Death Stone

Eight wild boars which dropped dead around a legendary death stone believed to kill anyone who approaches it have puzzled social media users in Japan. The three adult boars and…

Continue ReadingEight Wild Boars Drop Dead At Famous Japanese Folktale’s Death Stone

End of content

No more pages to load