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3 Stories You Should Read 1/14/202: Bruce Lindahl, Burisma, Iran

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In the category of:  Them bones

‘We finally put a name and a face to this monster.’ Illinois officials ID killer of 16-year-old girl in 1976. Man, now dead, believed to be linked to other cases.

 An unsolved string of killings of young suburban Chicago women in the 1970s frustrated police for decades. Now authorities in DuPage County, Ill., believe that by cracking one of those cold cases, they may have uncovered the trail of a serial killer.

By digging up the remains of the suspect, and matching his DNA to the crime, investigators were able to identify Bruce Lindahl as the killer of 16-year-old Pamela Maurer in Lisle in 1976.



In the category of:  Repeat offender

Russians reportedly hacked Burisma, the Ukrainian gas company tied to Hunter Biden

The hacking suggest the Russian government might want to interfere in the US presidential election again.

Is the Russian government trying to help President Donald Trump’s electoral chances yet again?

Burisma — the Ukrainian natural gas company whose board Hunter Biden served on — was hacked by the Russian military late last year, the New York Times’s Nicole Perlroth and Matthew Rosenberg reported Monday, citing a security firm that attributed the hack.

Trump has long been obsessed with the idea that there is some sort of corruption involving Burisma and the Bidens, though he’s had no evidence to prove it. And he tried to pressure the Ukrainian government to investigate the topic earlier this year, a request that spurred a whistleblower complaint from a government official and, eventually, Trump’s impeachment.



In the category:  Isolation 

France, Germany, UK pull diplomatic trigger on Iran deal dispute

E3 bloc says Iran failing to respect its side of nuclear pact but adds it is not joining US ‘maximum pressure’ campaign.

The European signatories to a nuclear deal signed between Iran and world powers in 2015 have triggered a diplomatic “dispute mechanism”, in their strongest response yet to Tehran’s steps away from the unravelling pact.

Following Washington’s decision to withdraw from the deal in May 2018, Iran began dropping its commitments under the deal, formally known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).




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