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December 18, 2018

Scandinavian tourists found dead with ‘knife wounds’ in Morocco’s High Atlas mountains

vmargineanu/iStock(LONDON) -- Two female tourists from Scandinavia have been found dead in Morocco, local police announced today. The bodies of the women, from Norway and Denmark were found near the town of Imlil in the High Atlas mountains with knife wounds to their necks. A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder, the Moroccan Central Bureau of Judicial Investigation said on Facebook. A man has been arrested in the major city of Marrakesh on suspicion of murder, but police are looking for..
December 18, 2018

‘Ross from Friends’ lookalike on the run once again after skipping court date

Blackpool Police(LONDON) -- Police in England are once again searching for a suspect with an uncanny resemblance to the Friends character Ross Geller. Abdulah Husseini, who has been accused of stealing from a restaurant, did not show up for his court date Tuesday. A district judge has now issued a warrant for his arrest. The case went viral after police in Blackpool, England, appealed for help in the alleged theft of a coat, cellphone and wallet from a restaurant in Blackpool on Sept. 20. Social..
December 18, 2018

Meghan Markle visits nursing home residents before Christmas

Samir Hussein/Samir Hussein/WireImage(LONDON) -- Meghan Markle, who rose to fame as an actress, visited a nursing home in Twickenham, England, Tuesday that cares for people who have worked in the entertainment industry. Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, met elderly residents and enjoyed carols around a Christmas tree at Brinsworth House, a nursing home for the Royal Variety Charity. Meghan and Prince Harry attended the charity's gala event, the annual Royal Variety Performance, in November. Mo..
December 17, 2018

Egypt discovers 4,400-year-old priest tomb in ‘exceptional’ condition

KHALED DESOUKI/AFP/Getty Images(CAIRO) -- An Egyptian archeological mission in the south of Cairo unveiled a 4,400-year-old tomb maintained in an “exceptionally well-preserved condition,” according to a statement by the country's Ministry of Antiquities. The tomb belonged to a Fifth Dynasty royal purification priest named Wahtye. The discovery was made at the Saqqara archeological site, home to Egypt’s first pyramid, or the step pyramid. The tomb, which is 33 feet high and 10 feet wide, con..