DNA: The poignant photo of a Syrian girl surrendering to a camera

A poignant photo of a four-year-old Syrian refugee surrendering to a camera she faulted as a deadly weapon has went viral on social media.

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Judd Apatow doubts Bill Cosby's innocence
Judd Apatow doubts Bill Cosby's innocence

 Judd Apatow has recently said that he doubts Bill Cosby's innocence and ability to secure gigs.

De facto boss Bernie Ecclestone returns to F1 board
De facto boss Bernie Ecclestone returns to F1 board

The larger-than-life figure of Bernie Ecclestone once again wielded it's power on Thursday. Having successfully negotiated the retirement rumours, the de facto boss of Formula One was re-instated to the board that runs this lucrative sports as a business.

Presumption of innocence is a human right: SC

SC has ruled that it is fundamental right of an accused to be presumed innocent and he cannot be held guilty on the basis of suspicion.

Adarsh society scam: Ashok Chavan claims innocence

Former Maharashtra chief minister
Ashok Chavan, who had to leave the office over his alleged
role in the Adarsh housing society scam, on Saturday maintained that
he was innocent and would come out clean in the case.

Hasan Ali produced before court, claims innocence

Pune-based stud farm owner Hasan Ali
Khan, arrested in connection with alleged massive money
laundering, was on Tuesday produced before a court which remanded
him in Enforcement Directorate`s (ED) custody for a day.

Muslim warlord protests innocence over Philippine massacre

A Muslim warlord accused of
carrying out the Philippines` worst political massacre
insisted he was innocent on Tuesday as he held a bizarre jailhouse
press conference.

Amarinder says he will prove his innocence in courts

A day after members in Punjab Assembly favoured withdrawal of cases registered against top leaders due to "political vendetta", former CM Amarinder Singh on Friday said he would prove his innocence in courts.

Hatoyama says he believes Ozawa`s claim of innocence

Japanese PM Yukio Hatoyama said on Wednesday that he naturally believes DPJ Secretary General Ichiro Ozawa`s claim that he is innocent of accounting
irregularities involving his fund management body.