Mystery man left many questions in wake of Paris attacks

Mar 19, 2016

Mystery man left many questions in wake of Paris attacks

Beardless, with short-cropped hair and a mild manner, Salah Abdeslam slipped from one world to another as easily as he slipped for four months through an international dragnet. The fugitive who had evaded several close calls with police — until he was caught Friday ...

Mar 17, 2016

German submarine-maker warns Australia against choosing Japan

A German executive vying for a lucrative Australian submarine contract on Thursday said that awarding the contract to Japan could damage Australia’s relationship with China. German’s ThysennKrupp Marine Systems, Japan’s Mitsubishi and French company DCNS are in the running to build 12 conventional submarines ...

Mar 15, 2016

Paris auction house porters on trial for stealing 250 tons of valuables

Porters from Paris’ most famous auction house went on trial Monday, accused of systematically stealing 250 tons of valuable antiques, jewels and artworks, including a Chagall painting and rare Ming dynasty porcelain. Around 40 “Col Rouge” (red collars), named after their uniforms, along with ...

Germanwings crash report: New rules needed for pilot health issues

Mar 14, 2016

Germanwings crash report: New rules needed for pilot health issues

Seeking to ensure that suicidal pilots can’t crash their jets, French authorities investigating last year’s Germanwings crash are urging new reporting requirements for doctors treating pilots, and new measures to keep pilots from hiding mental health issues. The recommendations are delicate. The investigators from ...