An Ohio group is trying to link him to the brutal rape and murder of a 14-year-old girl 30 years ago.
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Alastair Beach on Morsi’s failure to clean up the brutal security services.
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The men were also charged with kidnapping, robbery and assault in the brutal gang rape and death of a 23-year-old student in a case that has sparked outrage and protests across India.
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The brutal killing of a young woman has rocked an obscure religious group in Kansas City. Now, the man who confessed to killing her is changing his tune, writes Winston Ross.
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The Los Angeles riots 20 years ago this week were sparked by the acquittal of four L.A. police officers in the brutal beating of suspect Rodney King a year earlier. The turbulence that led to more than 50 deaths and $1 billion in property damage all began with a traffic violation.
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On a bridge outside Berlin one gloomy morning 50 years ago Friday stood Francis Gary Powers, the pilot of a CIA spy plane that was shot down over the Russian Ural mountains. He had waited 21 months for this moment. He had survived a plane crash, weeks of harsh interrogation and the brutal conditions of a Soviet prison. He was on the threshold of freedom, and his heart was thumping heavily. Read full article > >
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Says she cried when hearing the brutal details of attack.
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The EU has imposed sanctions on Syrian President Bashar al-Assad for the first time to pressure him to end his brutal crackdown on dissent, officials say.
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Louis Theroux sees the brutal code Miami prisoners live by
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Shots of celebratory gunfire rang out in Tobruk, a city in eastern Libya, where protesters say Muammar Gaddafi can no longer claim control over their region. National troops are abandoning the leader in droves, recoiling from the brutal force that has…
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Tens of thousands of government workers in India protest at the brutal killing of an official investigating a fuel racket in Maharashtra.
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Two men are jailed for life after pleading guilty to the brutal murder of a man in South Lanarkshire.
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A man is convicted of the brutal murder of Asian radio presenter Nasim Jamil at her flat in Glasgow.
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