Trial for the murder of Meredith Kercher could be ‘infinite’
Murder of more than 160 in 1982 at issue
Government denies the charge
Updated: 3:45 P.M.
Chaos broke out in Mexico’s famous beach resort of Acapulco on Wednesday. Hotels rationed food for about 40,000 stranded tourists as floodwaters engulfed homes and cars, killing at least 60 people across the country. Acapulco’s international airport terminal is waist deep in water with mud, blocking the main access …
Another surprisingly liberal statement from the Vatican
The family of alleged Mossad spy Ben Zygier, who committed suicide in prison, will receive $1.1 million from Israel, the Justice Ministry said Wednesday. Zygier, a Jewish Australian who became an Israeli citizen and joined the army, was detained in 2010 by the Israeli government, according to Reuters. Australia’s Fairfax newspapers and …
About 70 percent of the country was without power
The former basketball star didn’t say whether he would seek the release of a jailed American missionary
Could lead to a new crop of Nazi trials 70 years after the end of World War II
Assad calls Obama ‘weak’
‘Give peace a chance. Give diplomacy a chance,’ the U.N. chief said.