Zafeiropoulos murder: Police have found DNA traces of killers

Police have found DNA traces of murderers at the office of 52-year-old lawyer, Michael Zafeiropoulos, who was murdered on Thursday night in his office on 154, Asklepio Street.
The material, which is believed to belong to the two killers and found in the meeting room, includes, according to information, hair and other elements.

Previously banned 'dangerous' online video game allegedly causes suicide of Turkish boy

A previously banned "dangerous" online video game may have been the reason behind the death of a 13-year-old boy in Istanbul, daily Habertürk reported on Aug. 4.

Hakan Ekinci was found dead on July 25 in front of his computer where he was playing an online video game called Metin 2 at his house in Istanbul's Esenler district. 

Suspect who kicked woman on Istanbul bus for wearing shorts to undergo mental check

An Istanbul court on Dec. 21 ordered a suspect who injured a young woman on a public bus after kicking her for wearing shorts to undergo a mental examination at a forensic institution to determine if health issues played a role in the assault. 

Dead wrong

According to data presented by the Hellenic Society of Forensic Medicine at a medical conference held in Crete this week, over two-thirds of death certificates issued in Greece contain errors, especially concerning cause of death.

DNA May Help Bosnia Solve Lawyer's Mystery Killing

Police in Bosnia's Federation entity may be on the point of uncovering who set the explosive device which killed a respected 61-year old lawyer, Jasmina Koricic, in Bihac, Bosnian media reported on Thursday, adding that the Center for Forensic and Information Support was providing important support to the probe.