Read more about the article Wuff Justice As Police Pooch In The Frame Over Stolen Sandwich
Photo shows Officer Ice, undated. Ice, an officer of the Wyandotte Police Department in Wyandotte, _Michigan, USA, was accused of stealing the sandwich of another officer. (@wyandottepdmi/Newsflash)

Wuff Justice As Police Pooch In The Frame Over Stolen Sandwich

A police dog accused of stealing a sandwich from a fellow officer has escaped wuff justice after he was put on trial in the court of public opinion - and…

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Read more about the article Biggest Gems Raid In History Came From School Trip
Image shows the shelves where the jewels were stolen, undated photo. The defendants confessed over the 113 million (GBP 100 million) jewels stolen three years ago from the Green Vault museum in Dresden, Saxony State, Germany. (Newsflash)

Biggest Gems Raid In History Came From School Trip

A gang member behind a EUR 113 million jewellery heist in Germany has told a court that he got the idea for the break-in from a school trip. Mohammed Remmo…

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Read more about the article Shawshank Redemption Movie Saved Me, Says Husband Wrongly Convicted Of Killing Wife And Son
Li Yuqian, his wife and child pose at Hongfu Temple in undated photo. Li Yuqian was released after serving 21 years in prison for murdering his wife and child in Guizhou, China. (AsiaWire)

Shawshank Redemption Movie Saved Me, Says Husband Wrongly Convicted Of Killing Wife And Son

A man who spent 21 years in jail after he was wrongly convicted of killing his wife has told how the Shawshank Redemption movie kept him going. Li Yuqian, was…

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Read more about the article Death Camp PA Challenges Court
Image shows former concentration camp secretary Irmgard Furchner, 97, undated photo. She appealed the two-year-long suspended sentence by the Itzehoe state court, in Germany, on Wednesday, Dec. 28, 2022. (Newsflash)

Death Camp PA Challenges Court

A 97-year-old former secretary at a Nazi SS death camp who was given a two-year suspended jail sentence for aiding the murder of 10,505 victims has appealed her conviction. Irmgard…

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Read more about the article Nine Crocodile Heads Found In Egyptian Tombs Of Two Ancient High-Ranking Officers
Photo shows a crocodile skull, undated photo. Crocodiles are large semiaquatic reptiles that live throughout the tropics in Africa, Asia, the Americas and Australia. (Newsflash)

Nine Crocodile Heads Found In Egyptian Tombs Of Two Ancient High-Ranking Officers

Archaeologists have unearthed nine crocodile heads placed inside two ancient noblemen's tombs in an Egyptian necropolis. The scientists from the University of Warsaw, Poland, reportedly discovered the crocodile heads in…

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Read more about the article Man Buys Neighbour’s House So She Can Live There For The Rest Of Her Life
Picture shows pensioner Maria Angeles Otegi, 81, undated. One of her neighbors bought her home so she can avoid eviction, in Usurbil, Spain, in December, 2022. (Newsflash)

Man Buys Neighbour’s House So She Can Live There For The Rest Of Her Life

An 81-year-old woman facing eviction from her home has been given the best Christmas present ever when a neighbour bought the property so that she could carry on living there.…

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Read more about the article Man Divorced Because He Was A Fishing Addict Misses Court Date – To Go Fishing
Illustrative image of Heze City in Shandong Province in China, undated. It borders Jining to the east and the provinces of Henan and Anhui to the west and south respectively. (AsiaWire)

Man Divorced Because He Was A Fishing Addict Misses Court Date – To Go Fishing

A woman in eastern China divorced her husband of ten years because of his fishing obsession, and he was even late to court because of his passion for the sport.…

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Read more about the article Nazi Camp Secretary Breaks 14-Month-Long Silence In Court And Says She Is Sorry For All That Happened
The former concentration camp secretary Irmgard Furchner in the Itzehoe regional court. (Newsflash)

Nazi Camp Secretary Breaks 14-Month-Long Silence In Court And Says She Is Sorry For All That Happened

A 97-year-old former SS Nazi death camp secretary has broken her silence in court and said she was sorry for the over 11,000 murders known to have been carried out…

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Read more about the article China’s Anti-Corruption Spy Chief Confesses To GBP 27 Million In Bribes
Liu Yanping (middle) stands at the Intermediate People's Court of Changchun City, Jilin Province in China, undated. He is on trial for bribery. (Intermediate People's Court of Changchun City, Jilin Province/AsiaWire)

China’s Anti-Corruption Spy Chief Confesses To GBP 27 Million In Bribes

A former Chinese anti-corruption chief at China's national spy agency has pleaded guilty in court to receiving an astonishing GBP 27 million in bribes. Liu Yanping, 67, confessed to receiving…

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Read more about the article Concentration Camp Survivor Tells Trial How Starving Prisoners Ate Each Other
The former concentration camp secretary Irmgard Furchner on trial at the Itzehoe regional court, in Germany, in March, 2022. (Newsflash)

Concentration Camp Survivor Tells Trial How Starving Prisoners Ate Each Other

Starving prisoners at a Nazi death camp ate the body parts of dead inmates to stay alive, a holocaust survivor has told a shocked trial. Prisoners turned to cannibalism on…

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