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CCTV links Myanmar suspect to death of homeless woman

SECURITY cameras have linked the 20-year-old Myanmar suspect in the murders of three scavengers in Pathum Thani last week to the death of a homeless woman whose mutilated body was found under a Bangkok U-turn overpass on Sunday.
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News.Az congratulates its readers on the World Azerbaijanis' Solidarity Day and the New Year.
Ukrainian authorities forced a Belavia passenger jet en route from Kyiv to Minsk to return to the Zhuliany airport in Kyiv under the threat of scrambling fighters, Belavia said in a statement.
"Before the Flood" is a documentary about climate change, directed by Fisher Stevens and executively produced by Leonardo himself.
An official welcoming ceremony was held in Baku Oct.22 for Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro, who is on an official visit to Azerbaijan.
"The occupied territories must be returned to Azerbaijan."
The campaign headquarters for presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was evacuated after a white substance was discovered in an envelope, police said.
Any idyllic impressions surrounding the nine-year marriage of Petina Coetzee, 44, and her husband Austin, 66, were shattered.
Venezuela president is on a visit to Azerbaijan.
The Interior Ministry said 35 Turkish diplomatic passport holders had formally applied for asylum.
A Belgian region manages to scupper a trade agreement between Europe and Canada.  Ratings agency Standard & Poor's boosts the French economic outlook. The prospects for the European Mars lander are, u
The OSCE Minsk Group (OSCE MG) will continue to work on resolving the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, the US co-chair of the OSCE MG James Warlick said at a press conference in Baku Oct. 22.
Hillary Clinton’s campaign headquarters in Brooklyn, New York, were rapidly evacuated late on Friday after a suspicious white powdery substance was discovered in one of the letters addr
The rescuers have evacuated all the injured to hospitals, where they receive necessary assistance, and have taken out all bodies from the helicopter
"After summit in Vienna and St. Petersburg, there is a good opportunity to advance in the settlement process."
The OSCE Minsk Group (OSCE MG) will continue to work on resolving the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, the US co-chair of the OSCE MG James Warlick said at a press conference in Baku Oct. 22.
The wheels have come off the Road Accident Fund. It's paying out more to accident victims than it's receiving from the fuel levy every month.
President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela Nicolas Maduro has visited the Alley of Honors to lay a wreath at the tomb of national leader, founder and architect of modern Azerbaijani state Heyda
"Azerbaijan is ready to share its experience and documentation with Belarus to host the second European Games."
Janet Scott's battered body was discovered by neighbours who called PI Brad Nathanson to the "horrific" scene.
Management members of publicly traded corporations in Slovenia were paid an average of 160,568 euros in gross pay last year, with the highest average remunerations at banks at EUR 183,504, a survey ha
Azerbaijan's Prime Minister Artur Rasizade has met President of Venezuela Nicolas Maduro who is on an official visit to Azerbaijan.
Overnight October 21-22 Azerbaijani forces violated the ceasefire regime more than 35 times in the Nagorno Karabakh-Azerbaijan line of contact.
Azerbaijan's Prime Minister Artur Rasizade has met President of Venezuela Nicolas Maduro who is on an official visit to Azerbaijan.
The crash landing of the Mi-8 in 80 kilometers to the north-west of the Urengoy settlement was reported at 6:57pm Moscow time on October 21. On board the helicopter were 22 people - 19 of them died
Armenian armed units violated ceasefire a total of 20 times throughout the day using large caliber machine guns.
Iran says it expects the French energy giant Total to invest as much as $2 billion in its petrochemical industry.
Four polling stations will open at 8am tomorrow morning.
In light of Barama Company Limited’s decision to end its forestry operations, an estimated 500 workers are expected to be laid off within the next three months, according to General Manager Mohindra
Calling gun crimes the “most pressing problem” facing the country, ex-army Chief-of-Staff Brigadier General (rtd) Mark Phillips yesterday urged collaboration with the police to ensure safety and secu
Cabinet has asked Public Health Minister Dr George Norton to investigate reports that staff of his ministry passed insider information to bidders seeking lucrative drug procurement contracts.
Ukrainian law enforcers brought down a passenger from on the plane, who was an Armenian citizen.
A security guard attached to the Electronics City branch in the Fogarty’s building was shot yesterday after he attempted to foil an armed robbery in which a man was relieved of over $1M.
Minister of State Joseph Harmon yesterday confirmed that Cabinet on October 11 discussed the planned acquisition of private property on Carmichael Street and decided to ask Attorney General Basil Wil
Shamir Barker, the accused in the hit and run accident that caused the death of Latoya Thompson last year, was yesterday found not guilty of the crime after police failed to prove that he was the dri

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