World Castres: A Leclerc manager kidnapped from her home, her captors steal 40,000 euros
Pictures of the reunion of a Chinese man with his biological parents, 32 years after being kidnapped
© Copyright 2020, L'Obs They wore no mask or gloves. And allowed themselves a hug of circumstances. Mao Yin, a Chinese kidnapped when he was a baby, was able to find his biological parents after 32 years of separation, after reporting to the police, and using facial recognition and DNA testing. > Watch the images Young Mao Yin was 2 years old in 1988 when he was kidnapped in front of a hotel in Xi’an, in central China, said the city’s public security bureau in a press release.
INVESTIGATION - Three kidnappers are said to have used force to force him to go to the supermarket chest on Monday evening. The Toulouse judicial police are in charge of the
case They had prepared their coup. Monday evening, around 11 p.m., three men entered the home of a manager of the Leclerc hypermarket at. This woman was alone at home.
The three attackers then forced him to get into his car and go to the store, reports. After pushing her to deactivate the CCTV cameras and the alarm, her armed kidnappers forced her to open the trunk to empty it, estimated at around 40,000 euros. In order to leave no trace, they took care to set fire to their victim's car, which they had tied up before leaving.
Four Suspects Arrested In Kidnap-Murder Of Santa Cruz High Tech Executive
At least three men were being held in Santa Cruz County jail Thursday on murder, robbery and kidnapping charges, but officials would not confirmed they were in custody related to the October 2019 slaying of tech executive Tushar Atre. © Provided by CBS SF Bay Area Santa Cruz County Sheriff Jim Hart said 22-year-old Kurtis Charter, 23-year-old Joshua Camps and 22-year-old Stephen Lindsay — all three from were from Southern California — and being held in county jail. They were all arrested by deputies on Tuesday morning.
Slightly injured but very shocked, the store manager was hospitalized. It is the investigators of the regional service ofof who are responsible for the investigation.
Increase in old-age benefits: Federal Council approves pension increase .
© dpa-tmn As of July 1, pensions in Germany should increase. The over 21 million pensioners in Germany can once again enjoy a significant increase in their pensions. The Federal Council approved the increase in retirement benefits on July 1 on Friday. This increases pensions in the west by 3.45 percent and in the east by 4.20 percent. With the current increase, pensions in the east will rise to 97.2 percent of the western level. In future, the so-called standard pension will be 1538.55 euros pe