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Bosnian-Croat war crimes suspect Slobodan Praljak 'takes poison' in United Nations court

Bosnian-Croat war crimes suspect Slobodan Praljak 'takes poison' in United Nations court

The hearing was suspended, however, after one of the three, Slobodan Praljak, claimed to have drunk poison and shouted that he was not a war criminal, after his 20-year sentence was upheld. A symbol of Bosnia's devastation in the war, the Ottoman-era bridge was later rebuilt. The court indicted 161 suspects, 90 of whom were convicted of committing war crimes in former Yugoslavia, including Kosovo, Bosnia, and Croatia.


Son of late Saudi king released from detention, official says

Son of late Saudi king released from detention, official says

Another royal family member, Princes Nouf bint Abdullah bin Mohammed bin Saud, also posted a similar message, writing over a photo of Prince Miteb: "May you be safe for us, Abu Abdullah". The release comes after Saudi authorities said the majority of those held had agreed to pay back some of the money they had gained illegally, in exchange for their freedom.


US HIV diagnoses improving, but progress varies - CDC

US HIV diagnoses improving, but progress varies - CDC

Such a dramatic scale-up could not have happened without the courage and determination of people living with HIV demanding and claiming their rights, backed up by steady, strong leadership and financial commitment. The CDC recommends that all teenagers and adults be tested for HIV at least once during their lifetime, and people in high-risk groups should be tested at least annually.


You can now 'remix' direct Instagram photo messages and send them back

You can now 'remix' direct Instagram photo messages and send them back

Once a friend sends you a photo via direct message, you can add a sticker to that photo and use the same in your reply. The other big change, and possibly one that's more impactful IMO, is that Instagram now lets you choose to allow replays on photo messages sent to friends, instead of having them expire permanently once viewed.


Donald Trump retweeted Britain First deputy leader Jayda Fransen

Donald Trump retweeted Britain First deputy leader Jayda Fransen

Fransen, along with co-leader of the British First Group Paul Golding was also arrested in Kent, England in May over allegedly distributed leaflets during a gang rape trial at Canterbury crown court. The vast majority are anti-Muslim videos, photos and messages. A subsequent video shows a man smashing a statue of the Virgin Mary, with the caption "Muslim Destroys a Statue of Virgin Mary!" Trump's Twitter account retweeted three posts by Fransen featuring anti-Islam propaganda videosIs ...


Action will be taken against Hafiz Saeed based on solid evidence

Action will be taken against Hafiz Saeed based on solid evidence

Besides India, the United States had also said that it was "deeply concerned" about Saeed release and even urged the Pakistani government to arrest Saeed and charge him for his crimes. The organisation that is exclusively responsible for banned Lashkar-e-Taiba is The Jammat-ud-Dawa that was responsible for carrying out the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks in 2008.