MUNICH — Seven baby corpses have been found in the southern German city of Wallenfels, German investigators announced Friday noon.

According to Police Bavaria, a local resident of Wallenfels found the baby remains in an apartment on Thursday afternoon and then she made an emergency call. (Germany-Baby)
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MOSCOW — Russia’s aviation agency Rosaviatsia has banned flights by EgyptAir, Egypt’s state-owned airline, to Russia from Saturday, the Interfax news agency said, quoting an unnamed source of Moscow’s Domodedovo Airport.

Russia President Vladimir Putin has ordered the suspension of all of the country’s flights to Egypt following the crash of a Russia-bound airliner on Oct. 31 shortly after its takeoff from Egypt’s Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh, killing all 224 people onboard, mostly Russians. (Russia-Egyptian Flights-Ban)
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DHAKA — India has deported a Bangladeshi fugitive wanted in a sensational seven-murder case.
Nur Hosssain, the key accused in the 7-murder case, was handed over to Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) personnel early Friday, a Home Ministry official said. (India-Bangladeshi-Deportation)
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JERUSALEM — Two Israelis were killed in a shooting attack near Hebron in the West Bank on Friday, the Israeli police and military said.

The attack took place on route 60 in the West Bank, near the Jewish settlement of Otniel in the southern Judean Mountains, south of West Bank city of Hebron, police spokeswoman Luba Samri said in a statement. (Palestine-Israelis-Killing) Enditem



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