Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 18 December 2014

World News in Brief: Family identify suicide bomber

A teacher has been identified by her family as the second of two suicide bombers who killed dozens of people in Moscow a week ago.

Rasul Magomedov said he had recognised his daughter Maryam after being shown photos of her remains.

US teenagers in Easter body find

Two US teenagers who wandered away from an Easter egg hunt stumbled on a body at a Des Moines park. Police said the teens came across the man's body in a wooded area, after straying from the seasonal hunt on Saturday.

Girl arrested for writing on desk

A girl who was hauled out of her New York City school in handcuffs for doodling on her desk has started legal action against the city over her arrest. Alexa Gonzalez (12) was arrested at her school in February after scribbling on her table.

Ambulance used to transport cow

A Pakistani doctor has been suspended for using an ambulance to transport a cow he bought at a local market. He was intercepted by police on Saturday as he was making his way home in the vehicle.

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