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Shocker! Why Girl, 14, Arranged Contract Killing of Her Own Mother

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A young schoolgirl who is just 14 years old, has been detained in Russia.

The girl is being detained on suspicion of ordering the contract killing of her estate agent single mother.

The mother, named as Anastasia Milosskaya, 38, was beaten and strangled to death when she arrived home.

Two days later her body was wrapped in plastic and a mattress and dumped in a garbage skip in Balashikha in the Moscow region.

Her daughter was arrested with a boy, 15, who had been living at the family’s flat.

The mother had ordered him to leave believing he was a bad influence on her daughter, it is alleged.

Law enforcement suspect that the daughter and boy conspired to order two other teenagers to kill her mother for 350,000 roubles (£3,650).

The underage accused are all between 14 and 17, and are suspected of murder or conspiracy to murder.

They were remanded in a young persons’ detention facility for one month pending further investigations.

The daughter and the boy are accused of allowing their ‘accomplices’ into the flat.

They were present as the suspected contract killers allegedly attacked the woman when she returned home.

The alleged killers then left the body on the flat where the daughter and boy were living.

Two days later they returned and carried out the body on a makeshift stretcher, dumping it in a nearby skip – but a janitor found the corpse the next morning.

The Investigative Committee alleged the girl and her male friend intended to live on her mother’s savings of more than £30,000.

‘She was beaten and strangled, as her whole face was red and swollen,’ said an eyewitness.

A friend of the 14-year-old girl also also said: ‘She spoke about hating her mother many times, even though her mother was a good person who loved her.’

The girl’s grandmother said her granddaughter had come under the influence of the boy who was from a ‘difficult family’.

Other sources said the victim had sought to improve her life and always cared for her daughter.

The maximum sentence the suspects face is ten years initially in a youth correctional colony.

Source: Daily Mail UK

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Iran’s President, Raisi, Others, Die in Helicopter Crash

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Iran’s President Ebrahim Raisi has died after a helicopter carrying him and other officials crashed in a mountainous and forested area of the country in poor weather.

The 63-year-old, a figure representing conservative and hardline factions in Iranian politics, was president for nearly three years, and appeared on track to run for re-election next year.

A former chief justice, Raisi was touted as a potential successor to Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, the 85-year-old supreme leader of Iran.

He promised revenge against Israel after it levelled Tehran’s consulate building in Syria and killed seven members of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), including two generals.

And he welcomed Iran’s response, which was to launch hundreds of drones and missiles at Israel, most of which were shot down by a coalition of Israeli allies – but left Iran claiming an overall success.

Raisi was born in Mashhad in northeastern Iran, a religious hub for Shia Muslims. He underwent religious education and was trained at the seminary in Qom, studying under prominent scholars, including Khamenei.

Also like the supreme leader, he wore a black turban, which signified that he was a sayyid – a descendant of the Prophet Muhammad, a status with particular significance among Twelver Shia Muslims.

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Helicopter Carrying Iran’s President Crashes, IRNA Begins Search

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A helicopter carrying Iranian President, Ebrahim Raisi, has been involved in an incident while he was visiting neighbouring Azerbaijan, Iran’s semi-official Tasnim news agency reported on X on Sunday according to CNN.

“Some of the president’s companions on this helicopter were able to communicate with Central Headquarters, raising hopes that the incident could have ended without casualties,” it added.

It is unclear what the exact status is of Raisi’s helicopter, CNN reports.

The helicopter was part of a convoy of three helicopters. Two of those helicopters were carrying ministers and officials who arrived at their destination safely, according to Tasnim.

“Seyyed Mohammad-Ali Al-Hashem, Tabriz’s Friday Prayer Imam, and Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian were also reportedly on the helicopter with the president,” Tasnim said on X.

Meanwhile, the IRNA, according to IRCG, has initiated a Search and rescue operation to locate the helicopter carrying Iranian President Raisi and FM Amir-Abdollahian, which went down in the forest area of Dizmar between the villages of Uzi and Pir Dawood.

More than 20 rescue teams equipped with drones, search dogs, and full equipment, along with groups of rangers and special armed forces, have been dispatched to the site.

The area, located north of Varzeghan in East Azarbaijan province, is difficult to access, and adverse weather conditions, including thick fog, complicate the search efforts.

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Info Analytics Poll: Mahama Gaps Bawumia by 20% Votes

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With nine months before the next General election in Ghana, the presidential candidate of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Dr. John Dramani Mahama, is commanding a 20 per cent lead over his closest rival, Dr. Mahamudu Bawunia of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP).

This was revealed in a new poll conducted by research agency, Global Info Analytics.

The poll show that over 50 per cent of Ghanaians has expressed interest to vote Mahama as against nearly 35 per cent for the incumbent vice president.

Other candidates in the election shared the remaining percentage of a little over 15 per cent.

The Ghana election is expected to hold on December 7.

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