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The latest: German court sets bail for ex-Catalans

FILE – In this nude photo of 31 August 2017, Catalan regional police chief Josep Luis Trapero attends a press conference in Barcelona, ​​Spain. The former head of the Catalonia regional police and other regional security officials were charged with sedition for their role in events that led to a banned independence referendum last year. In an indictment on 5 …

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Four dead in Turkey

A research assistant at Osmangazi University entered the deanery before moving to other rooms and firing on several staff, said the university's Rector, Hasan Gonen, opposite Anadolu. The deputy dean of the university, a faculty secretary, a research assistant, and an associate professor are among the dead, according to the officials who speak with Anadolu. Three others were wounded in …

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The Spanish judge prevents Swiss bank chief Falciani from leaving the country

MADRID / ZURICH (Reuters) – The Spanish Supreme Court has released Swiss bank intelligence officer Herve Falciani on Thursday, but has allowed him to stay in Spain while considering an extradition request from Switzerland seeking to arrest him for industrial sabotage. FILE PHOTO: Herve Falciani, a former IT analyst at the banking group HSBC, who provided prosecutors with data on …

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Ex-HSBC worker Falciani released without bail by Spanish judge

Herve Falciani, a former colleague of HSBC whose personal bank account data in several countries had triggered tax evasion investigations, was released by a Spanish judge less than a day after being arrested by the Madrid police following an extradition request from Swiss Judicial police arrested Falciani on Wednesday in the capital, and the Frenchman appeared in court on Thursday, …

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Turkey: 4 employees killed in attack at the university

By Associated Press By Associated Press 5. April at 9:01 pm ANKARA, Turkey – A research assistant has shot four staff members of a university in central Turkey said the president of the university on Thursday. Prof. Hasan Gonen from Osmangazi University in Eskişehir, about 250 kilometers west of Ankara, told reporters that the shooter shot and killed a deputy …

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Russia calls diplomatic expulsions a "ridicule" of the law

On Thursday, April 5, 2018, buses are waiting to bring certified diplomats from the US Embassy in Moscow. Last week, Russia ordered 60 American diplomats to leave the country in retaliation for the US, which is the same number expelled by Russians. (Pavel Golovkin / Associated Press) By Vladimir Isachenkov and Jim Heintz | AP By Vladimir Isachenkov and Jim …

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Philippines & # 39; Duterte lets Attorney General resign, elects heads of security forces

MANILA (Reuters) – Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said on Thursday that he had accepted the resignation of his secretary of justice, the eighth cabinet member who wanted to leave since last year, and selected the country's security chiefs. FILE PHOTO: Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte announces the dissolution of police action against illegal drugs at the Malacanang Palace in Manila, Philippines, …

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What to see in the elections in Hungary

BUDAPEST (Reuters) – Hungary's right-wing Prime Minister Viktor Orban aims for the third time in a row in Sunday's parliamentary elections following two landslide victories in 2010 and 2014. Most opinion polls show that Orban is the best Fidesz party can achieve, gaining a simple majority, which is also the most likely outcome, since Fidesz has a firm leadership in …

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What is known and unknown about the poisoning of ex-spy in the UK

LONDON (Reuters) – Former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal is in hospital more than a month after being poisoned with a nerve agent in Salisbury, southern England. Police officers guard the cordoned-off area around the home of former Russian intelligence officer Sergei Skripal on April 3, 2018 in Salisbury, UK. REUTERS / Hannah McKay We know this – and do …

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