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CHICAGO : A producer at ABC News in Chicago has been found murdered in Belize.

The body of Anne Swaney, 29, was discovered Friday morning in a river with blunt force injuries to the head and neck, the Chicago Tribune reported.

Her belongings were found on a deck along the river bank, the paper said.

Swaney was executive producer of online operations at Channel 7. “She was a trailblazer in the digital news space,’’ the station’s president, John Idler, said.

Swaney, who was on vacation in the Central American country, was reported missing Thursday evening.



TAIPEI : Millions of voters went to the polls Saturday in an election that was expected to make Tsai Ing-wen Taiwan’s first female president and give her party, which is skeptical of close ties with China, a strong showing in the legislature.

The campaign has largely pivoted on economic issues, as growth in Taiwan has slowed dramatically over the past year. Wages have stagnated and housing prices in major cities like Taipei have remained out of the reach of many people.

Voters have also

Several blasts were heard in the centre of the Indonesian capital Jakarta on Thursday, and casualties were seen lying on the ground, an AFP journalist said.

A police post on a main street was damaged after six blasts were heard. At least three casualties were seen lying on the street, according to an AFP journalist at the scene.

Gunfire was ringing out in the area afterwards, the journalist said.

Jakarta Blasts Caused By Bomb: Indonesian Police

Several blasts Thursday in central Jakarta

THE HAGUE: Relatives of those killed in the MH17 air disaster Wednesday urged Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte to launch a global campaign to obtain radar images which may help pinpoint who fired a missile at the plane.

All 298 passengers and crew onboard the Malaysia Airlines flight jetliner -- most of them Dutch -- died when it was shot down en route to Kuala Lumpur over war-torn eastern Ukraine in July 2014.

Officials with the Dutch safety board (OVV) concluded in their investigation last

JAKARTA - Authorities were on high alert for a terror attack to hit Indonesia, five days before suicide bombings and shootings rocked central Jakarta, the director of the State Intelligence Agency Sutiyoso revealed on Friday (Jan 15).

The State Intelligence Agency had also told police as early as November that “something would happen”. However, it is “very difficult to determine when and where they will strike”, Mr Sutiyoso said.

“We intensified our focus on them, especially during

TOKYO: A strong earthquake with a magnitude of 6.7 struck off the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido on Thursday, the US Geological Survey said, with Japanese authorities saying there was no danger of a tsunami.

The quake hit at 12:25 pm (0325 GMT) off the southern coast of the island, at a location about 750 kilometres (470 miles) north of Tokyo, the Japan Meteorological Agency said.

The quake was measured at a depth of 50 kilometres, it said.

No damage or injuries were immediately

PUTRAJAYA - Malaysia has strongly condemned the terrorist attack in Istanbul on Tuesday that claimed at least 10 lives and injured 15 other people.

The foreign ministry said Wednesday the Malaysian government expressed its deepest condolences to the government and people of Turkey as well as to the families of people affected by the attack.

It said that according to the Malaysian Embassy in Ankara, there had been no report of any Malaysian casualties.

"The embassy is also in close contact

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