Infamous ‘Black Widow of the Riviera’ sentenced to 22 years imprisonment

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An infamous French woman, who is popularly known as the Black Widow of the Riviera, Patricia Dagorn, has been sentenced to nearly twenty two years imprisonment for killing two elderly men and poisoning two others. The court has been convinced that the crime was committed to amass wealth. The prosecutors have succeeded in justifying their arguments More...

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By Europe Vartha On Thursday, January 18th, 2018
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No change in “Mexican Border Wall” plan: US President

A day after White House Chief of Staff John Kelly indirectly indicated the possibility of reconsideration in the United States’ President’s “Mexican Border Wall” plan, Donald Trump has declared through More...

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By Europe Vartha On Wednesday, January 17th, 2018
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Former CIA agent booked on charges of unlawful retention of classified information

Former Central Intelligence Agency agent Jerry Chun Shing Lee has been booked by the Federal Bureau of Investigation officials on charges of unlawful retention of classified information. Lee was a case officer More...

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By Europe Vartha On Tuesday, January 16th, 2018
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Me Too Campaign: Four-time Olympic champion Biles reveals her bad experience

Adding another story into the long list of sexual abuse stories which have reached us as the part of the ‘Me Too Campaign’ showering the feelings of guilt and anger over our hearts, Simone Biles, the four-time More...

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By Europe Vartha On Monday, January 15th, 2018
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Chile criticizes World Bank over ‘Annual “Doing Business” Competitiveness Ranking’

Chile, the country which has been pushed nearly twenty points behind the rank in which it was in the year 2014 in the ‘Annual “Doing Business” Competitiveness Ranking’ prepared by the World Bank, has criticized More...

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By Europe Vartha On Saturday, January 13th, 2018
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Bulgaria: Parliament scraps Presidential Veto on Anti-Corruption Bill

Paving the way for the formation of an independent unit to investigate high-level corruption and abuses, the parliament has scrapped the president’s veto, which blocked the anti-corruption bill which had been More...

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By Europe Vartha On Friday, January 12th, 2018
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Anti-government and anti-Fujimori protests intensify in Peru

Protests against the government’s move to grand pardon to former Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori has intensified in different regions across the country. In the fourth serious protest launched against President More...

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By Europe Vartha On Thursday, January 11th, 2018
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Unusual snowfall creates havoc across ‘Alpine Region’

Prompting the European governments to put their disaster management team in an active state, the unusual snowfall has created havoc in France and Switzerland, particularly across the Alpine region. Some regions More...

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By Europe Vartha On Wednesday, January 10th, 2018
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Italian and German police forces launch serious attacks against ‘Ndrangheta Mafia’

Inflicting a serious injury on the infamous ‘Ndrangheta Mafia’, the Italian and German police forces have arrested nearly one hundred and sixty nine people, who have direct or indirect connections with the More...

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By Europe Vartha On Tuesday, January 9th, 2018
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Malta Journalist Murder Case: Former investigator fears for his life

An expelled investigator, who was investigating the corruption allegations raised by Malta’s murdered journalist, has confessed to a reporter working with an International media house that he feared for his life. Journalist More...

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