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Investigators go to enter Andreas Lubitz's home Panske Nike Air Max 97 Biele Cierne Vypredaj , the co-pilot who was charged of deliberately crashing Germanwings A320 flight, in Montabaur, western Germany, on March 26, 2015. German police are keeping the Germanwings' co-pilot's home in the town of Montabaur, about 100 km northwest of Frankfurt, under surveillance. (XinhuaShen Zhengning) Photo taken by a cellphone on March 26, 2015 shows Andreas Lubitz's home, the co-pilot who was charged of deliberately crashing Germanwings A320 flight, in Montabaur, western Germany. German police are keeping the Germanwings' co-pilot's home in the town of Montabaur, about 100 km northwest of Frankfurt, under surveillance. (XinhuaShen Zhengning) Photo taken by a cellphone on March 26, 2015 shows investigators entering Andreas Lubitz's home, the co-pilot who was charged of deliberately crashing Germanwings A320 flight, in Montabaur, western Germany. German police are keeping the Germanwings' co-pilot's home in the town of Montabaur, about 100 km northwest of Frankfurt, under surveillance. (XinhuaShen Zhengning) An investigator enters Andreas Lubitz's home, the co-pilot of the fatal Germanwings A320 flight who appeared to have deliberately crashed the plane, in Montabaur, western Germany. German police are keeping the Germanwings' co-pilot's home in the town of Montabaur, about 100 km northwest of Frankfurt, under surveillance. (XinhuaLuo Huanhuan) Investigators search Andreas Lubitz's home, the co-pilot of the fatal Germanwings A320 flight who appeared to have deliberately crashed the plane, in Montabaur, western Germany. German police are keeping the Germanwings' co-pilot's home in the town of Montabaur, about 100 km northwest of Frankfurt, under surveillance. (XinhuaLuo Huanhuan) Investigators enter Andreas Lubitz's home, the co-pilot of the fatal Germanwings A320 flight who appeared to have deliberately crashed the plane, in Montabaur, western Germany. German police are keeping the Germanwings' co-pilot's home in the town of Montabaur, about 100 km northwest of Frankfurt, under surveillance. (XinhuaLuo Huanhuan)
MOGADISHU, Aug. 14 (Xinhua) -- A taxi driver was killed and a passenger injured when a bomb suspected to have been planted in the car exploded near the airport in Mogadishu on Monday.


Police said the bomb went off as the car drove by Jazeera hotel which has in the past been bombed by the militant group Al-Shabaab killing the driver.


"An innocent taxi driver was killed and his passenger injured after an explosive device hidden in his car exploded. Security officials have cordoned off the area," a police officer Muse Mohamud told Xinhua.


Witnesses said a huge blast went off near the hotel suspecting it was under attack.


"We heard a heavy blast near Jazeera Hotel and we thought it had been bombed. Police have since closed the road heading to the airport," Said Hussein told Xinhua.


Witnesses said the vehicle was heading to the city center from a parking bay near the airport in Mogadishu when the improvised explosive device exploded near Jazeera hotel.


The attack happened barely a day after former Al-Shabaab deputy leader Mukhtar Robow was flown in to Mogadishu after surrendering to government forces in Bakool region in southwestern Somalia.


Robow's fighters had been fending off a deadly Al-Shabaab onslaught in the last few weeks which resulted in tens of deaths from both sides.


The motive of Monday's attack is however not clear but Al-Shabaab has deployed such low scale attacks in the past.


The group has not claimed responsibility for the attack which comes amid increased assaults on the government and African Union bases in Mogadishu and across the Horn of Africa nation.


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NEW DELHI, Feb. 15 (Xinhua) -- V.K. Sasikala, head of ruling party All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Khazagham (AIADMK) in southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu was Wednesday evening jailed after she surrendered before a special court, officials said.


Sasikala, a lifelong associate of J Jayalalithaa, the four-term chief minister of Tamil Nadu, was Tuesday found guilty of corruption in a 21-year-old Disproportionate Assets case by India's Supreme Court.


"Sasikala arrived at the court this evening and surrendered before Judge Aswatha Narayana," SND Kulasekaran, counsel for Sasikala told media. "After completing the formalities Sasikala walked to the jail."


She along with the two co-accused will have to serve the four-year jail term in Parappana Agrahara central jail on the outskirts of Bengaluru city.


Earlier in the morning Sasikala's lawyers submitted a plea in Supreme Court seeking more time to surrender. But the court rejected the request.


The Disproportionate Assets case was originally against Jayalalithaa and Sasikala along with two others co-accused. The case dating back to the 1990s was based on the fact that during Jayalalithaa's first term as chief minister, she misused her office to amass assets in a shared fortune with Sasikala and other two.


Jayalalithaa died of illness in December last year at the age of 68.


Sasikala has already served almost six months in jail in the case and now has to serve the remaining imprisonment of three years and six months.


The conviction will bar Sasikala from contesting elections for the next 10 years and has dashed her dreams to becom. NBA Jerseys China Custom Soccer Jerseys Cheap Football Jerseys Wholesale NHL Jerseys Free Shipping Nike NFL Jerseys Cheap Authentic MLB Jerseys Cheap College Basketball Jerseys Cheap Authentic NHL Jerseys From China Soccer Jerseys Online Baseball Jerseys Cheap

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