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28 Oct
A 53-year-old is charged with incitement to racial hatred, impersonating an officer, and posessing child sexual abuse images. He signed his messages "NSU 2.0" after the infamous terror group.
24 Sep
Helmut Oberlander, an ex-Nazi interpreter, had been fighting to stay in Canada for nearly 26 years. Before his death, he had argued that he was forcibly conscripted by the Nazis.
18 Jul
The suspect, who is accused of working with the men who carried out the assassination, is a Haitian national living in Florida and claims to be a doctor. He was critical of the corruption among Haitian leaders.
19 May
German police raided a Berlin apartment, catching the 22-year-old who had been wanted internationally since a major jewelry heist at Dresden's Green Vault in 2019.
8 May
In the culmination of a lengthy probe, authorities have found the man they believe used the pseudonym "NSU 2.0" to send hate mail to public figures, including several lawmakers.
5 May
Recently, Ini-Ubong Umoran, in the course of a purported job interview, was murdered. The prime suspect is a man identified as Uduak Frank Akpan who had lured her with a job offer on social media. Her gruesome death is a pointer to the growing need to raise awareness about online fraudsters and predators who disguise as recruiters to dupe, rape, and murder.
4 Apr
A man has been shot dead after ramming a car at two police officers near the complex housing the US Congress. One of the officers has also died.
20 Mar
The shooter was charged with eight murders after he launched attack on spas in Atlanta, targeting victims of mostly Asian descent. He has denied being racially motivated, and claimed to have a "sex addiction."
19 Mar
The FBI and local authorities are investigating after a series of shootings in the Atlanta area, says Crisp County Sheriff Billy Hancock, after state troopers and county law enforcement apprehended a white 21-year-old male suspect. A total of eight people, including six Asian women, were killed in three separate attacks Tuesday at spas and massage parlors around Georgia's largest city.
17 Mar
Police arrest one suspect over alleged assassination of family of six
9 Jan
German police have raided an apartment in Berlin hoping to arrest a man suspected of robbing priceless jewels from the Dresden Green Vault.
1 Oct 2020
Felicien Kabuga allegedly financed and helped orchestrate the murder of hundreds of thousands of Tutsis. He evaded justice for 25 years until he was caught outside Paris earlier this year. He will face a UN tribunal.

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