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A guard was killed and more than 150 inmates freed when Muslim rebels stormed the prison.
A prison riot has left at least 56 dead, in the bloodiest violence in more than two decades in Brazil's overcrowded penitentiary system.
India factory activity plunged into contraction last month amid a cash crunch after the demonetization crackdown, a survey showed on Monday.
An unknown vandal used a tarp to turn one of California's most famous landmarks into an endorsement for pot.
India’s demonetization program entered its final day Friday, but it wasn’t clear when the economy would return to normal.
A 40-year old technology blogger is charged with numerous violations of the Washington Consumer Protection Act, reports NBC News.
Police in Bentonville have a warrant for audio and other records from an Echo, The Information reported on Tuesday.
Amri's nephew was among the three men and had been in touch by social media messaging with Amri, authorities said.
Hijackers forced an airliner to land in Malta then freed all their hostages and surrendered after declaring their loyalty to Libya's late leader Muammar Gaddafi.
DGWA CEO Stefan Mueller talks about why Deutsche Bank still has a lot of work to do, despite its deal with the U.S. Department of Justice.
Police say that two Kosovo-born brothers have been detained on suspicion that they were planning an attack on a shopping mall in Germany.
CNBC’s Annette Weisbach reacts to the latest news out of Credit Suisse and Deutsche Bank’s agreements with U.S. authorities.
Deutsche Bank has reached a $7.2 billion deal with U.S. authorities to settle allegations of mis-selling MBS, while Credit Suisse has reached a $5.3 billion deal.
Australian police said on Friday they had foiled a plot to attack prominent sites in the city of Melbourne.
Jack Rice at Rice Law Office says that the recent attacks in Europe and Turkey need to be further investigated for links.
The prosecutor's office said the suspect had made extensive statements during a police hearing, but had denied the offense.
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