Thursday, 3 April 2014
Seven more professional footballers have been arrested in connection with alleged spot-fixing and another six rearrested over the claims.
A suspected ritualist was arrested yesterday after severed human parts were found on him after he tried to apprehend a woman who was miraculously saved by a passer-by. The passer-by also demanded to see what the suspect had in the cellophane bag with him, but he declined and made to flee before the man forcefully tore it only to find different human parts.
The new 100,000sq ft Dublin campus was officially opened today.
Jealous husband Robert Arundel (left) narrowly avoided jail after a court heard that he treated his wife like a slave.
Almost 150 criminals have been let out of jail by mistake in the last four years, and at least 24 of them are still on the run.
Company director Richard Stabler, 33, (centre) had been guzzling drinks at a pre-Christmas party at the Le Meridien Mina Seyahi hotel when he got drunk and rowdy, and was arrested for a 'naked protest'.
A man suspected to be infected with HIV has allegedly beaten his wife to death in Plateau State, north central Nigeria.
The man identified as Benjamin Toma has been arrested after the incident which happened recently.
Toma beat his wife to death and later hanged her body to cover up the criminal act.
Pakkirappa Hunagundi, 30, in Karnataka, south west India, first developed a taste for building materials aged ten. Incredibly, he sports a full set of teeth and claims to suffer no ill effects.
Police suspect the bomber planted an explosive device under a Volvo SUV in the centre of Dublin, only to return to the car to investigate why it had not detonated.
They all admit that their faces show signs of the ravages of time.