A woman in South Korea is thought to be the mother of the two kids
Growing the Voices of Our FutureThe Westside Gazette Newspaper is honored to feature these editorial contributions made by local students. A woman in South Korea is thought to be the mother of the two kids, whose remains were discovered in luggage in New Zealand earlier this month. Before obtaining New Zealand citizenship, the woman was a citizen of Korea. The kids, who range in age from 5 to 10, may have been gone for a while. At this point in the investigation, New Zealand police are unable to confirm the information provided by South Korean officials.thewestsidegazette.com
3 Arkansas officers suspended after video captures beating
Federal authorities say they have started a civil rights investigation following the suspension of three Arkansas law enforcement officers after a video posted on social media showed two of them beating a man while a third officer held him on the ground.
Dubai police arrest 2 in South African corruption case
Dubai police say they have arrested two brothers from the Gupta family wanted in connection with a corruption case involving former South African President Jacob Zuma, the latest high-profile extradition case involving the United Arab Emirateswashingtonpost.com
Former Qatar princess found dead at home in southern Spain
Spanish police have found a 46-year-old former princess of Qatar dead in her bed at home in southern Spain, authorities said Wednesday. Kasia Gallanio was found dead Sunday morning in her apartment in Marbella, a Malaga province a police spokeswoman said. Gallanio was married to Abdelaziz bin Khalifa Al-Thani, the 73-year-old uncle of the Emir of Qatar, according to French newspaper Le Parisien.news.yahoo.com
‘It was the wrong decision’: Officials admit police failures amid intense scrutiny of Uvalde shooting response
A top Texas law enforcement official admitted Friday that local police failed in their response to a mass shooter who took the lives of 21 people, including 19 children, at an elementary school in Uvalde Tuesday.
Police speak to Scottish leader Sturgeon over mask slip-up
Police said Monday that they spoke to Scotland’s leader to reminder her about sticking to coronavirus mask rules after she was filmed without a face covering indoors, Police Scotland said officers reminded First Minister Nicola Sturgeon of the “importance of wearing a face covering when there is a legal requirement to do so.”.
Hialeah police locate 2 girls reported missing after trip to beauty salon
Hialeah police confirmed Tuesday that a 14-year-old girl and a 9-year-old girl who were reported missing after they failed to return home Sunday from a trip to a beauty salon, have been found safe and have been reunited with their families.