Angry crowd attacks suspected serial killers outside Indian court
Beleaguered Israeli President will not resign
JERUSALEM -- Furiously proclaiming his innocence in the face of a string of expected sexual-assault charges, Israeli President Moshe Katsav asked yesterday to be suspended from his position, but defiantly refused calls from across the political . Mr. Katsav strenuously denied the allegations, which involve four women. He said he is a victim of conspiracy, and said he will resign only if he is formally indicted.
Russian and foreign press comments on the recent meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert. The official meeting between the two leaders started with Putin’s request to say hello to Israeli President Moshe Katsav. Those words became the most unexpected moment of the entire meeting, The Jerusalem Post wrote.“Say hello to your president. What a strong man! He raped ten women! I never expected that from him! We all envy him,” NEWSru Israel quoted Putin as saying. Mr. Olmert was obviously confused with those remarks. Ehud Olmert said that it is not the right time to envy the Israeli president, who will most likely have to face the trial on rape and sexual abuse charges
CFL's HIV sex scandal to play out in Regina court
The sexual assault trial of former Saskatchewan Roughrider linebacker Trevis Smith, accused of having unprotected sex with two women without disclosing his HIV-positive status, begins today in Regina
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