Five murdered in Austrian Alpine ski resort of Kitzbühel: police
19 November 2019 | 5:32 pm
A 25-year-old man has turned himself in saying he killed his ex-girlfriend, her family and her new boyfriend, Austrian police said. The town in which the killings took place is known for a famous downhill ski race.
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A new movie exploring the impact of rogue law enforcement officers on Nigerian society and inspired by last year's anti-police brutality protests was premiered at one of Africa's foremost film festivals in Lagos. The movie, Collision Course, tells the story of a law enforcement officer struggling to make ends meet and an aspiring musician whose worlds collide.
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Former chancellor Sebastian Kurz is facing allegations that he used state money to pay for flattering polls to boost his image. Kurz has denied any wrongdoing.
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