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Robert Durst never fled because of 'inertia'

Robert Durst never fled because of 'inertia'

Durst, 73, agreed to a almost three-hour interview with prosecutors after his arrest on March 14, 2015, and said he "had to be... swooped" and "speeding" during some of the more than 20 hours of interview he gave during the filming of The Jinx .


China seizes US Navy underwater drone in global waters: Pentagon

China seizes US Navy underwater drone in global waters: Pentagon

Unlike the Admiral, Harry Kazianis doesn't believe that China's or any other nation's provocations with Trump will result in significant damages to diplomatic affairs or threats to civilians. He said the Bowditch carries some small arms, but that no shots were fired. A Chinese naval ship snatched an undersea vessel away from a U.S. Navy research ship Thursday in the South China Sea, a move nearly certain to ratchet up tensions in the already-fraught region.



ASEAN Foreign Ministers briefed on developments in Rakhine

The yellow boxes highlight razed structures. At least 86 people have been killed, according to state media, and the United Nations estimates 27,000 members of the largely stateless Rohingya minority have fled across the border from Rakhine into Bangladesh.



Mass Shooters Like Dylann Roof Rarely Get Sentenced To Death

It's now up to jurors to mull the guilt or innocence of a man charged with slaying nine black worshippers during Bible study at a SC church. Roof is facing different charges in the two systems for the killings in Charleston. CHARLESTON, S.C.: As closing arguments got underway in the hate crimes trial of Dylann Roof, US prosecutors described the warm welcome the white supremacist was given at a black church in SC and how worshipers had their eyes closed in prayer when the accused gunman ...


Gambian electoral crisis tops agenda at West African summit

Gambian electoral crisis tops agenda at West African summit

Barrow and his supporters, and members of the IEC ", he added. The political impasse in the Gambia, an African country of less than three million people was ignited by the volte face made by its president, Yahya Jammeh who rejected the outcome of the election nine days after calling to congratulate the victor.


13 killed as Indonesian air force's plane crashes in Papua

13 killed as Indonesian air force's plane crashes in Papua

It had taken off from the city of Timika before crashing near its destination of Wamena at around 6.15am local time. Air force chief of staff Agus Supriatna told MetroTV that bad weather was suspected to have caused the crash. It was the third air accident in Indonesia in less than a month. Indonesian soldiers examining the Hercules military plane A-1334 that crashed in Wamena on 18 December, 2016.