Thursday, December 13, 2018 Headlines & Global News

Crime & Justice

Suspects in Paris and Brussels Attacks Identified

Suspects in Paris and Brussels incidents recognized by counterterrorism officials

Nov 24, 2016 03:21 AM EST

The US State Department has divulged that a suspect identified as Abdelilah Himich portrayed a prominent role during the Paris attacks in November 2013. Meanwhile, another suspect named Osama Atar, a one-time co-inmate of ISIS founder Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi at Abu Ghraib prison in 2005, is being pursued by American and European counterterrorism officials.

Priests Can Now Grant Clemency to Abortion Sinners

Pope Francis Grants Priests the Power to Forgive Abortion Sinners

Nov 22, 2016 09:03 AM EST

Pope Francis has issued an apostolic letter that will allow priests to forgive abortion offenders. The move has amended the long-running law that only bishops are allowed to grant clemency to violators of the grave sin.

JP Morgan Settles Bribe Case in China with $264M-Payment

JP Morgan Settles Chinese Bribery Case with $264-million Payment

Nov 19, 2016 01:44 PM EST

JP Morgan Chase will pay around $264 million to settle its bribery case in China. Investigators have learned that the banking group had been using its recruitment process to increase its influence and network in bagging profitable business deals.

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