Alleged evidence implicates UK troops in murder of children in Afghanistan and Iraq The UK government and the British army have been accused of covering up the killing of children in Afghanistan and Iraq. Leaked documents allegedly contain evidence implicating troops in killing children and the torture of civilians. Continue readingthe Guardian
An investigation has spoken to 11 British detectives who said that they have found evidence of war crimes as insiders say soldiers should have been prosecuted for the killings.Mail Online
U.S. drivers covered 1.7% more miles in September than a year earlier, traveling a total of 267.7 billion miles, the U.S. Department of Transportation said in a monthly report on Friday.U.S.
Only 2 per cent of waste carpet is fully recycled into 'non-shredded, high quality products' such as carpet underlay and automotive wadding, say pressure groups.Mail Online
‘This case should be a lesson to everyone that the search for quick answers can lead to tragic results’The Independent
Ruben Martinez was released from prison on Tuesday after 12 years. Now he and his wife can finally start their life together Ruben and Maria Martinez are having a honeymoon this week – 12 years after their wedding day. Ruben was arrested in 2007, just five months after they tied the knot, accused of a string of armed robberies in Los Angeles he did not commit. He was sentenced to 47 years in prison in 2008, and for more than a decade Ruben and his wife fought to prove his innocence, with appeals...the Guardian
A Florida man has been sentenced to eight years in prison after pleading guilty to a lesser charge in the hate crime beating death of a Guatemalan man. The Palm Beach Post reports that 22-year-old Jesse Harris pleaded guilty Friday to aggravated battery while committing evidence of prejudice. He had been facing a first-degree murder charge. Authorities say Harris, his brother David Harris and Austin Taggart attacked 18-year-old Onesimo Marcelino Lopez-Ramos in April 2015. Prosecutors say the...WPLG