I (Almost) Got Away With It

Turkish-American woman falls victim to femicide in US

A missing Turkish-American woman living in New Jersey was found dead in Tennessee after an alert for her son was canceled, according to the U.S. authorities.

The U.S. police issued an amber alert for Yasemin Uyar and her 2-year-old son, Sebastian, on July 9 afternoon after the tot didn't show up for daycare and his mom didn't arrive at work.

After the assassination of the president, the shooting lasted all night long

After the assassination of the president, the shooting lasted all night. The suspects were killed and arrested, but not all. Some cops were held hostage.
Security forces are still fighting some of the remaining suspects in the state capital Port-au-Prince, reports the BBC.

Family torturing woman seeking divorce given jail terms

An Istanbul court ruled jail terms between 5 to 16 years for family members that tortured a woman who wanted to divorce her husband on June 7.

According to the lawsuit, a woman called police at midnight on May 11, saying "My daughter is kidnapped."

The police found out that Ceylan Yıldırım, a mother of two children, was kidnapped by her husband, Ersin Yıldırım, in a minivan.

Bulgaria: Daring Robbery on Struma Highway in Pernik Region

A cash collection car which was transporting the turnover of a restaurant near the Struma highway was robbed.

 According to information from BTV and Nova TV, the stolen amount is about BGN 500,000.

The car was transporting the money from a fast food restaurant. The robbers were in two cars, which probably  had stolen license plates.

Man flees after abandoning his car on pedestrian overpass

Police teams are on the lookout for an unknown driver who drove his car over a pedestrian overpass in the southern province of Adana's Beyazevler neighborhood and later abandoning it on the bridge after it got stuck in the barriers.

"We have no idea why the man did such a thing," said police teams who found the car stuck on a pedestrian overpass on late April 20.

Plovdiv Police Launches Raid on Funeral Agencies

A large-scale police operation is underway in Plovdiv, NOVA has learned from its sources. Police raided the offices of the city's funeral agencies to carry out checks.

The reason - alerts about frauds with prices for funerals, especially of those who died of coronavirus. These mourning ceremonies were by many times more expensive, victims say.

The crematorium is also targeted.