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Moroccan police arrest three more suspects in killing of Danish, Norwegian women

COPENHAGEN/RABAT (Reuters) - Moroccan police arrested on Thursday three people it had sought in a manhunt over the killing of two female tourists from Norway and Denmark in a suspected militant attack in the Atlas Mountains.

Morocco arrests three more suspects in killing of Scandinavian women

RABAT (Reuters) - Police in Morocco have arrested three more suspects in the killing of two female tourists, one from Norway and one from Denmark, in the Atlas Mountains, a spokesman said on Thursday.

Morocco links suspect in Scandinavian women's killing to militant group

RABAT (Reuters) - A man suspected in the killing of two female tourists from Norway and Denmark in Morocco's Atlas Mountains belongs to a militant group, a prosecutor said on Wednesday, without identifying the group.

Man held after Norwegian and Danish women stabbed in Morocco

RABAT (Reuters) - Moroccan police on Tuesday arrested a man suspected in the death of two female tourists from Norway and Denmark, found in the Atlas Mountains with knife wounds to the neck, the Interior Ministry said.

Two Scandinavian women found dead in Moroccan mountains - statement

RABAT (Reuters) - Two female tourists from Norway and Denmark were found dead on Monday in the Atlas Mountains in central Morocco, with both having neck wounds caused by knives, the country's interior ministry said.

Has globalisation hastened the death of minor languages?

Around the world, languages die at the rate of one every few weeks. In America and Australia, hundreds of aboriginal languages are extinct. Many more are on the decline in Asia and Africa. The main reason being the pressure from dominant languages.

Videogame action heads for the cloud

Videogames are following television and music into the cloud, with console-quality play on its way to being a streaming service as easy to access as Netflix or Spotify.

Fake moon plans for Chinese city laughed off as pie in the sky: ‘Is this The Onion?’

An ambitious idea to replace street lights with the ‘soft glow’ of a satellite has been met with derision There are also serious concerns for impacts on human and wildlife well-being

Investor AB gears for downturn

STOCKHOLM: The Swedish Wallenberg family’s holding company Investor AB, which owns stakes in about a fifth of the companies listed on the country’s benchmark large-cap index, is preparing for a potential weakening of the global economy.

Teacher wins two categories to earn Strongman title

JULAU: Marcus Enggai showed that he is the strongest man in the region by winning the Julau Strongman Competition.