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This photo provided Friday, April 24, 2014 by the Oneida County, Wisconsin, Sheriff's Office shows Ashlee Martinson, 17. Martinson is is charged with fatally stabbing her mother Jennifer Ayers, 40, and shooting her stepfather Thomas Ayers, 37, on March 8 at the family's home in the Town of Piehl, Wis. (Oneida County Sheriff's Office via AP)TOWN OF PIEHL, Wis. (AP) — A teenager accused of killing her mother and stepfather in northern Wisconsin is due in court.
Russian President Vladimir Putin waits before a meeting on the sidelines of commemorations marking the 100th anniversary of the Armenian genocide, on April 24, 2015 in YerevanTurkey on Friday condemned Russian President Vladimir Putin for referring to genocide during commemorations of the 1915 mass killings of Armenians during World War I. The foreign ministry said "we reject and condemn... (Putin's) characterisation of 1915 events as genocide despite all our warnings and calls". At a ceremony in Armenia, Putin referred to "mass" killings, but also once used the word "genocide" -- which Turkey strongly objects to -- while mentioning that Moscow is party to several international legal initiatives, including a convention against genocide. "Such political statements which represent a clear violation of law is considered null and void by Turkey," the ministry said.
Mohammed Ali Malek is seen at Catania's tribunalBy James Mackenzie CATANIA, Italy (Reuters) - An Italian judge on Friday ordered that the presumed captain of a migrant boat that sank with the loss of more than 700 lives should remain in custody after prosecutors asked for him to be charged with homicide and people-trafficking. Mohammed Alì Malek, 27, denies that he was in charge of the heavily overloaded fishing boat that capsized off Libya late on Saturday with hundreds of African and Bangladeshi migrants locked in its lower decks. The Tunisian showed little emotion as the preliminary hearing began behind closed doors in a court in the Sicilian city of Catania where he will come face to face with a number of survivors who will be giving testimony. Prosecutors say he mishandled the fishing boat and caused it to collide with a Portuguese merchant ship which was coming to its assistance.
FILE - In this file photo dated Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2013, Zeid Raad Zeid Al Hussein speaks to the media during the 68th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York. The United Nations' human rights chief Zeid Raad Zeid Al Hussein on Friday April 24, 2015, accused Britain's tabloid newspapers of what he called hate speech against immigrants, and urged the British media and regulators to curb incitement to hatred. (AP Photo/John Minchillo, FILE)LONDON (AP) — The United Nations' human rights chief on Friday accused Britain's tabloid newspapers of hate speech against immigrants.
Tunisian captain Mohammed Ali Malek (2nd L) and a man identified as Mahmud Bikhit (2nd R), another survivor and understood to be a crew member of the boat, stand onboard an Italian Coast Guard vessel in Senglea, Malta, April 20, 2015The Tunisian captain of a migrant boat in which at least 700 people drowned was to learn Friday what charges he will face over the deadly disaster. Mohammed Ali Malek, 27, appeared before a judge in the Sicilian city of Catania after being accused by prosecutors of causing the tragedy. The 20-metre (66-foot) former fishing boat Malek was in charge of capsized and sank off Libya in the early hours of Sunday after a collision with a container ship that had answered a distress call. Also in court on Friday was alleged crew member and Syrian national Mahmud Bikhit, 25.
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