South Korea's president is named Moon Jae-in. But you'll rarely hear that name come from US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. In a recent interview with The Wall Street Journal, which was published in full last week, Trump never referred to Moon by name. Show More Summary
The Danish inventor at the center of the mysterious death of Swedish freelance journalist Kim Wall, whose dismembered body was found off the coast of Copenhagen in August, was formally charged with killing her Tuesday. Prosecutors say that during a trip on his private submarine, Peter Madsen, 47, either strangled or cut Wall's throat before severing her body and […]
Peter Madsen, an eccentric inventor who gained notoriety for his DIY submarine and mini-rocket projects, has been charged with the murder of Kim Wall, a young journalist that was writing a story about him. After months of shifting stories, prosecutors believe that Madsen intentionally killed Wall and that the act was premeditated. More »
A Danish inventor was charged with the submarine killing and dismembering of Swedish journalist Kim Wall on Tuesday in what a prosecutor described as an "extremely disturbing" case. Read mores | Comments
Prosecutor claims Wall's death was premeditated, involved "dangerous" sexual acts.
Inventor Peter Madsen was charged Tuesday with killing Swedish journalist Kim Wall during a trip on his private submarine, with prosecutors saying he either cut her throat or strangled her before dismembering her body and dumping it into the sea. Prosecutor Jakob Buch-Jepsen called the case "very...
Police have charged a Danish inventor with murdering Swedish journalist Kim Wall on his private submarine. Peter Madsen was formally charged on Tuesday with killing the journalist, who had boarded his homemade submarine in August with plans to write a story on the inventor....
The Danish inventor set out in his submarine with the Swedish journalist in August — but she never returned alive. On Tuesday, after months of shifting stories, he was charged with homicide.
A Danish inventor was charged with the submarine killing and dismembering of Swedish journalist Kim Wall.
The 46-year-old had previously pleaded guilty to the indecent handling of Wall’s body but has denied killing her.
Danish prosecutors on Tuesday formally charged inventor Peter Madsen with last year's murder of Swedish journalist Kim Wall, whose dismembered body parts were found at sea after she interviewed him on his homemade submarine. Madsen,Show More Summary
Inventor Peter Madsen was charged Tuesday with killing Swedish journalist Kim Wall during an Aug. 10 trip on his private submarine, with prosecutors saying he either cut her throat or strangled her. Prosecutor Jakob Buch-Jepsen said the case is "very unusual and extremely disturbing." Madsen is charged with murder as...
He either cut journalist Kim Wall's throat or strangled her, a Danish prosecutor said.
Prosecutor says Peter Madsen either strangled or cut throat of Swedish journalist Kim Wall during a trip on private sub
Donald Trump told the Wall Street Journal in an interview last week that he probably has a good relationship with Korea’s supreme leader Kim Jong Un. Apparently, Donald Trump denied this by posting on his Twitter that he used the words “I’d probably” which emphasized that he said the words in a conditional tense. Show More Summary
The Wall Street Journal quoted President Donald Trump as having said he probably has a very good relationship with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, now the President is disputing this account.
This week the Wall Street Journal quoted U.S. President Donald Trump as having said he probably has a very good relationship with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, now the President is denying this account of the interview which was done on Thursday. Show More Summary
This weekend, the White House has been lashing out at the Wall Street Journal, quibbling over a quote President Donald Trump made about his relationship with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. The Journal reported that Trump said, “I probably have a very good relationship with Kim Jong Un of North Korea,” while the White […]
When the Wall Street Journal quoted President Trump as saying that he has a “good relationship” with Kim Jong-un, the North Korean leader, many reacted with surprise, considering just days ago, he had called Kim “Little Rocket Man” and “a sick puppy” over nuclear weapons testing. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments