The family of Otto Warmbier announced on Monday (19 June) that the American student who was recently freed from detention in North Korea, died. The 22-year-old University of Virginia student had been in a coma since he returned from Pyongyang, where he was held for 17 months.US President Donald Trump denounced North Korea as a brutal regime following the death of Warmbier.Warmbier traveled to the reclusive state as a tourist in January 2016 and as he was leaving, he was arrested for allegedly stealing a political propaganda sign from a hotel in Pyongyang. He was sentenced to 15 years in prison with hard labour after a televised tearful public confession.
Jun 20, 2017
Trouble for Lalu and clan: I-T Dept attaches properties of wife Rabri, daughter Misa and son Tejaswi
A number of armed burglars attempted to burgle a house in Sarasota, Florida on 15 June, but were chased from the property by the machete-wielding homeowner. CCTV footage shows the burglars, armed with shotgun, machete and a crowbar, attempt to rob the victim in his backyard. He is then seen rushing inside the house, before emerging with a machete of his own. He then chases most of the burglars away, as well as disarming and fighting another.
Jun 19, 2017
IBTimes UK interviews Nooralhaq Nasimi, director and founder of Londons Afghanistan and Central Asian Association.
Jun 19, 2017
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