Experts in Sweden said they were not familiar with Nils Bildt, who Fox News dubbed a 'Swedish defense and national security advisor.'
The Associated Press
The use of the highly toxic VX warfare agent to kill the estranged half brother of North Korea's leader has raised questions about Pyongyang's real motives in one of the strangest killings the world has seen.
It isn't the first dispatch sent by the former Iranian president, who can count Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama among his pen pals.
Ildar Dadin was convicted in December 2015 of breaking strict new legislation regulating public demonstrations. He is the only person to have been convicted under the law passed by Russia in 2014.
The probe reportedly focuses in part on de Blasio's relationship with Moishe Indig, once named as one of New York's 10 worst landlords.
In tweet, Trump announces he's skipping high-profile press dinner.
Bill allows Montana to stand in solidarity with Israel after neo-Nazis moved against Jews in Whitefish, Republican House speaker says, but others say state should stay out of global politics.
Keith Ellison, Marred by Allegations of anti-Semitism, Loses to Tom Perez in Bid to Lead Democratic Party
Tom Perez, Obama's labor secretary largely viewed as the 'establishment' candidate, names Keith Ellison deputy DNC chair following vote.
Khaled Khateeb was set to board a flight from Turkey to Los Angeles with visa in hand before finding out that U.S. officials had discovered 'derogatory information' about him.