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A man accused of abducting a woman in Seattle, driving her hundreds of miles to his home in Oregon and locking her in a makeshift cinder block cell is facing fresh charges of kidnapping and rape in a separate case involving alleged crimes two months earlier, court documents show. An indictment returned by a grand jury in southern Oregon's Klamath County says that on or around May 6, Negasi Zuberi kidnapped a victim referred to as an unidentified Jane Doe in the county in order to rape her. The indictment also alleges that he knowingly injured the victim by using or threatening to use weapons including a handgun and a stun gun.
Pope Francis on Saturday elevated 21 clergymen from the four corners of the world to the rank of cardinal, saying diversity was indispensable to the future of the Catholic Church."Diversity is necessary; it is indispensable.
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Police released a video of a group of people who smashed their way into a store and took several items in Northeast Philadelphia on Tuesday night, September 26.The footage, recorded by PC Richard & Son surveillance cameras, showed a group of people smashing the glass doors with hammers before entering the store and making off with items, including televisions.The Philadelphia Police Department, which published the video on their official X (formerly Twitter) page, wrote: “Northeast Detective Division is seeking the public’s help identifying the individuals seen in the following video clips. They smashed the glass of the front doors and forced entry into the PC Richard & Son at 2420 Cottman Ave. Taken was various merchandise.”Philadelphia police reported widespread looting in the city on Tuesday night, mostly in Center City. Mayor Jim Kenney thanked police for their “swift response." Credit: Philadelphia Police Department via Storyful
STORY: Pope Francis further cemented his legacy on Saturday (September 30), elevating 21 prelates to the high rank of cardinal.It significantly raises the percentage of electors chosen by him who will have the right to vote for his successor.And therefore increases the possibility that the next pope will share his vision of a more progressive, inclusive Church.The ceremony, known as a consistory, took place in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican.The new cardinals come from 14 different countries around the world. Eighteen of the 21 newly elected cardinals are under the age of 80 and thus eligible under Church law to enter a secret conclave to elect the next pope after Francis' death or resignation. They are known as cardinal electors. There are now 137 cardinal electors and about 73 percent of them were chosen by Francis. The red-hatted "princes of the Church" are the Pope's closest advisers at the Vatican and around the world.Each new cardinal received a ring of office and the red, three-blade hat known as a "biretta."It was the pope's ninth consistory since his election in 2013.
Some of the world’s most significant artworks have been highly controversial. From paintings to installations, these specimens of refined imagination have often been at the heart of serious debates, pitting freedom of expression and rigid societal conventions on opposing sides. For instance, the recent Royal Academy exhibition on Serbian performance artist Marina Abramović. To enter the exhibition, visitors have to squeeze between two nude models. However, those who want to avoid taking on the d
STORY: Steven Nabil is cradling a picture of his fiancé, one of over a hundred people killed in the huge fire that swept through a wedding hall in Iraq last month.He was working as a DJ there. He stepped outside for a break when the disaster happened.On Sunday, Iraq's interior minister announced that investigators are blaming the blaze in Hamdaniya on gross negligence and a lack of safety measures....the latest in a series of similar incidents in recent years, all said to be caused by negligence, lax regulation, and corruption.This fire was accidental and unintentional, according to the government report, which said 900 people had been allowed into a building designed to hold only 400.Flammable decorations also made the fire spread more quickly, said the interior minister, and people became trapped by exit doors that were too small. Previously officials said they had arrested 14 people.Nabil remembers his fiancé's final moments. He's saying she called him on his cell phone and said "I'm going to die. Take care of yourself. I love you so much." When he raced back to the hall he found horrific scenes of people dying. He says his fiancé was found later, dead, sitting on a chair with her phone still in her hand.
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 30 — The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) chief commissioner, Tan Sri Azam Baki, has revea...
At least seven people were killed in northeastern Mexico on Sunday after the roof of a church came crashing down during a service, local officials said."We are experiencing a very difficult moment... the roof of a church has collapsed during the celebration of the Eucharist," the bishop of the local diocese Jose Armando Alvarez said in a video posted to social media.
Hidden behind a heavy black curtain in one of the nation’s busiest airports is Chicago’s unsettling response to a growing population of asylum-seekers arriving by plane. Like New York and other cities, Chicago has struggled to house asylum-seekers, slowly moving people out of temporary spaces and into shelters and, in the near future, tents.
A Virginia jury has convicted a former schools superintendent on a misdemeanor charge in connection with what prosecutors said was the retaliatory firing of a teacher who reported that an elementary school student inappropriately touched her. Former Loudoun County Public Schools Superintendent Scott Ziegler was acquitted on a separate misdemeanor count after the five-day trial, local news outlets reported. The charges stemmed from a special grand jury commissioned by Attorney General Jason Miyares that investigated the school system’s widely criticized response to two sexual assaults committed by a high school student against female classmates in 2021.
STORY: He had also earlier crashed his vehicle into a home, the Warren County Prosecutor’s Office said in a press release. No injuries were reported in the crashes, which occurred on September 20th, the document added.A least one officer narrowly escaped being hit when John Hargreaves, 34, of Belvidere, ploughed his vehicle into the Independence Township police headquarters, causing extensive damage.The video shows him being immediately arrested after getting out of the car.
A United Nations mission visited Nagorno-Karabakh on Sunday, Azerbaijan said, after almost the entire ethnic-Armenian population fled since Baku recaptured the breakaway enclave.- Ethnic hatred - Yerevan has accused Baku of "ethnic cleansing" -- an allegation that Baku rejected -- calling on Armenians not to leave their homes and reintegrate with Azerbaijan where their rights would be respected.
Leaders of various Christian denominations joined an unprecedented ecumenical prayer at the Vatican on Saturday in the presence of Pope Francis, ahead of the opening of a major Synod. Since becoming pope in 2013, 86-year-old Francis has repeatedly reached out to other Christian denominations and to other religions.
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The death toll from a shaft collapse at a disused gold mine in Zimbabwe was expected to rise to 13, the vice president said, according to state media. State-run newspaper The Sunday Mail quoted Vice President Constantino Chiwenga as saying “we believe we have lost about 13” in the mine disaster, which happened on Friday in the gold-rich town of Chegutu, about 100 kilometers (60 miles) west of the capital, Harare. Eight have been confirmed dead, with three bodies removed from the mine and five located but not yet removed, Chiwenga said.