Husband accused of stabbing wife to death as she protected their baby

Husband accused of stabbing wife to death as she protected their baby

Posted April 07, 2017 18:18:30 Photo: Al Harazi denied he attacked his wife in their Canberra home two years ago. (ABC News: Ian Cutmore) Maged Al Harazi, who accused of killing his wife in their Canberra home two years ago, has faced off with prosecutors as his long-running trial comes to an end. The 36-year-old is charged with murder, after his wife Sabah Al Mdwali was found dead, with 57 stab wounds. Al Harazi has denied the killing, saying his wife’s father and brother came to the house and asked…

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From The Simpsons to The Smurfs

From The Simpsons to The Smurfs

FROM Chekhov to the Smurfs … it might not be an obvious career trajectory, but Hank Azaria and Rainn Wilson have nailed it. The two funny men, who went to acting school together, appeared opposite each other in the same college production of Uncle Vanya more than 30 years ago. “If you were one of the lucky, couple of hundred people who saw that production, you saw two future Gargamels,” says Wilson, who plays the outlandish Smurfs villain in the just-released reboot, Smurfs: The Lost Village. Azaria appeared as the…

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Di Grassi: 'Formula E has great momentum now'

Di Grassi: 'Formula E has great momentum now'

Down and all but out of the Mexico City ePrix, di Grassi came back to claim an improbable win in one of the most thrilling races in the all-electric series’ short history. “The race at Mexico showed what Formula E is all about, on track and around the racing itself,” di Grassi told CNN’s Supercharged show. “Formula E has a great momentum right now and I am sure it has a great future ahead.” Starting from 15th on the grid, di Grassi’s task was made ever harder when he was…

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Three killed in 'act of terror' after truck driven into Stockholm crowd

Three killed in 'act of terror' after truck driven into Stockholm crowd

Updated April 08, 2017 00:46:40 Photo: The truck crashed into department store Ahlens on Drottninggatan, in central Stockholm. (Reuters: TT News/Anders Wiklund) Three people have been killed and many injured when a truck drove into a crowd on a shopping street and crashed into a department store in central Stockholm, police said. People in the downtown area fled in panic, and the country’s intelligence agency said a large number of people were injured. Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven said everything indicated that the incident was “a terror attack”, according to…

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Why O'Reilly could survive scandal at Fox

Why O'Reilly could survive scandal at Fox

It is, still, a reasonable question whether any of that will change, even as O’Reilly faces the biggest challenge of his long career to his status as big dog: a burgeoning advertiser boycott of his show in reaction to the report in The New York Times that he and his employers have shelled out $13 million to five different women to settle allegations of sexual harassment or verbal abuse against him. After all, O’Reilly is still the most potent audience draw in cable news, with an average of almost 4…

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