Baby SURVIVES after being shot twice in ISIS maternity ward massacre

A baby which was shot twice in the leg during an attack on a Kabul maternity unit which killed 24 people including mothers, nurses and newborns has survived.  Three gunmen, suspected to be members of terror group ISIS, entered the building in the Afghan capital dressed as police officers before throwing grenades and opening fire … Read more Baby SURVIVES after being shot twice in ISIS maternity ward massacre

Italian police probe care home ‘massacre’ after 190 deaths

Italian police are investigating the country’s largest nursing home where as many as 190 people have died since the start of the coronavirus outbreak.  The Pio Albergo Trivulzio nursing home in Milan is under investigation after what Italian media has called a ‘massacre’ of elderly residents.  Prosecutors launched an investigation following allegations from staff that … Read more Italian police probe care home ‘massacre’ after 190 deaths

Was cash trouble behind lockdown massacre?

A builder thought to have shot his partner and two young daughters in a murder-suicide was renovating two homes for the family before coronavirus ruined business, it emerged last night. Robert Needham, 42, is believed to have killed Kelly Fitzgibbons, 40, and their daughters Ava, four, and two-year-old Lexi in the £500,000 detached property they … Read more Was cash trouble behind lockdown massacre?

Britain’s first ‘Incel’ bomb maker told friend he wanted to ‘massacre this place’

Britain’s first ‘involuntary celibate’ bomb-maker has pleaded guilty to possessing explosive substances, downloading terror manuals and discussing plans to launch an attack. Anwar Said Driouich, 22, from Middlesbrough, was part of a misogynistic movement named ‘Incel’ which has been associated with at least six mass-shootings in the US. Followers believe in genetic determinism and blame … Read more Britain’s first ‘Incel’ bomb maker told friend he wanted to ‘massacre this place’

Ex-soldier deported from U.S. to face charges over Guatemala massacre

Former Guatemalan soldier wanted for war crime charges over 1982 massacre that left more than 200 villagers dead is deported from U.S. Gilberto Jordan was deported from the United States to Guatemala on Tuesday to face war crime charges Jordan and at least 20 members of an elite force known as ‘Kaibiles’are accused of killing more … Read more Ex-soldier deported from U.S. to face charges over Guatemala massacre