Roman Seleznev, son of a Russian politician, handed the longest sentence ever imposed in the US for a cybercrime case.
US & Canada
Crime13 Apr 2017 06:52 GMT
Two female suspects appear in court but lawyers warn they feared 'a trial by ambush' with police not sharing evidence.
REWIND12 Apr 2017 11:48 GMT
New Zealand’s imprisonment rates are among the worst in the developed world. We revisit a Maori family to examine why.
Witness11 Apr 2017 13:38 GMT
In Los Angeles, a former gang member, who helps others break away from violence and drug addiction, has his own battles.
Asia03 Apr 2017 09:38 GMT
Custodian and two others arrested after 20 people were stabbed and beaten to death near Punjab's Sargodha.
Asia02 Apr 2017 11:16 GMT
Three people, including custodian, arrested after bloodbath at shrine outside city of Sargodha in Punjab province.
Special series30 Mar 2017 08:51 GMT
Exclusive access to a police station in India run by women for women reveals a unique perspective on a changing society.
Israel23 Mar 2017 19:46 GMT
Israeli police arrest teenager in connection to more than 150 anti-Semitic bomb threats against Jewish centres.
Europe23 Mar 2017 12:29 GMT
Denis Voronenkov, a former Russian politician, was shot dead in Ukraine's capital Kiev, police say.
US & Canada22 Mar 2017 00:45 GMT
Forty people watch live feed showing sexual assault of 15-year-old girl in US without alerting police.
Africa17 Mar 2017 05:48 GMT
Vessel and eight sailors freed apparently without ransom payment, ending first hijacking of commercial ship since 2012.
Philippines16 Mar 2017 08:46 GMT
Leni Robredo urges Filipinos to 'defy incursions on their rights' as she denounces president's bloody anti-drug war.
Crime15 Mar 2017 13:06 GMT
The scene of a shooting in Culiacan, Sinaloa, shows what Mexico's 'war on drugs' looks like at the ground level.
REWIND15 Mar 2017 10:06 GMT
The inside story of Mexico's drug war as seen through the work of two newspapers in Sinaloa state back in 2011.
Racism12 Mar 2017 22:07 GMT
Police charge 64-year-old man with arson after he attempted to set shop ablaze to 'run the Arabs out of our country'.
Crime07 Mar 2017 23:50 GMT
African Americans more likely than white people to be convicted in error of crimes including murder and sexual assault.
by Belen Fernandez
by Lina Khatib
- Bassem Deaibess
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