Spanish police arrest suspect in Ukraine embassy letter bomb mystery

Spanish police arrest suspect in Ukraine embassy letter bomb mystery

Spanish authorities have reportedly nabbed a suspect behind a series of letter bombs sent to targets including the Ukrainian ambassador and the Spanish prime minister: a 74-year-old man described by police sources as “lonely” and “strange”. The news, reported by local media El Pais, ABC and La Sexta, comes more than a month after the … Read more

The AP Interview: Pope Francis: “Homosexuality is not a crime”

The AP Interview: Pope Francis: “Homosexuality is not a crime”

VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis has slammed laws that criminalize homosexuality as “unjust,” saying God loves all of his children as they are and called on Catholic bishops who support the laws to welcome people LGBTQ in the church. “Being gay is not a crime,” Francis said in a Tuesday interview with The Associated … Read more

FBI Says North Korea Responsible For $100M Harmony Protocol Crypto Hack

FBI Says North Korea Responsible For 0M Harmony Protocol Crypto Hack

Photo: Alexander Khitrov (Shutterstock) The FBI sayss that cybercriminals linked to the North Korean regime are responsible for an attack on a US-based crypto project, Harmony Protocol, which resulted in more than $100 million in losses last year. Monday, the FBI published a brief statement explaining that he had recently completed an investigation confirming that … Read more

Start of the Hells Angels trial against organized crime in Spain

Start of the Hells Angels trial against organized crime in Spain

MADRID– Prosecutors on Monday requested a 13-year prison sentence for a former Hells Angels leader in Europe, accused of leading a chapter of the motorcycle club linked to organized crime on the Spanish island of Mallorca. German national Frank Hanebuth appeared in court alongside 49 alleged collaborators from numerous countries, at least 34 of whom … Read more