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Officials in Malaysia are now saying they believe the missing plane’s movements following takeoff were deliberate but stopped short of saying it was hijacked.
A Poughkeepsie man who runs a travel company specializing in trips to Thailand and the Philippines was convicted Monday of promoting prostitution.
Ever wanted to know how and when Mother’s Day is celebrated around the world? We take a look at the annual traditions of five countries to find out.
The DKNY fashion label is making a charitable donation, after the photographer behind the popular “Humans of New York” project discovered that the label had used his photos without permission in a Bangkok store.
ording to U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman, 560 customers in 47 states have been already convicted for distributing and using the hardcore site run by 33-year-old Maksym Shynkarenko.
A shadowy Russian arms dealer was convicted Wednesday of seeking to make millions of dollars by selling heavy weaponry to a terror group so it could attack what prosecutors said he told his customers was a common enemy – U.S. forces helping the Colombian government.
Jury selection got off to a rocky start Tuesday in the arms sale trial of a former Soviet military officer known as the Merchant of Death when reporters were initially kept out of the federal courtroom.
A federal judge in New Jersey sentenced a Canadian man who admitted running a brothel for pedophiles in Thailand to 25 years in prison.
Lawyers on Friday were expected to update a federal judge in Manhattan on progress they’ve made to bring Viktor Bout to trial.
The Westchester County DA said Monday the owner of Big Apple Oriental Tours, told an undercover investigator he could negotiate with women for sexual acts in the Philippines.
U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara repeatedly responded to questions at a news conference about the relations between the countries by saying Viktor Bout was brought to the United States after prosecutors successfully sought an indictment and an extradition based on evidence collected during a long-running DEA probe.
A federal prosecutor says a Russian arms trafficking suspect known as the “Merchant of Death” is where he belongs – in U.S. custody. He is facing charges in New York.
Russian arms trafficking suspect Viktor Bout was flown to New York on Tuesday in a chartered U.S. plane, extradited in manacles despite a push by Russian diplomats to persuade Thailand to release him.
Wrenshall, 63, detailed graphic abuse of boys as young as four years old.