VANCOUVER - Jailed Air India Kanishka bomber Inderjit Singh Reyat's petition to challenge his latest conviction has angered families of the victims of the 1985 tragedy.
VANCOUVER - Kanishka bomber Inderjit Singh Reyat finally shed tears and issued a heart-felt apology Thursday to the families of 329 victims who perished in the Air India bombing 25 years ago.
VANCOUVER - Inderjit Singh Reyat, the only man convicted in the 1985 Air India Kanishka bombing, should be locked up for another 14 years for lying under oath during the trial, the prosecution demanded in the provincial court here Wednesday.
VANCOUVER, Wash. - Her face red and blotchy, the woman who splashed acid in her face in what was a bizarre hoax made a brief court appearance Wednesday and was ordered by a judge to live in a mental health facility while she awaits trial.
VANCOUVER, Wash. - A Washington state woman who falsely claimed a stranger threw acid in her face is due in court, and her defense attorney says the woman will plead not guilty to theft charges.
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- Wash. woman burned in acid hoax charged with theft
- Arrest warrant issued in Washington acid hoax
- Theft charges for Wash. woman burned in acid hoax
- Air India bomber found guilty in perjury trial
- Acid Attack Hoax Infuriates People
- Air India bomber’s jury trial over
- Police say Wash. acid attack self-inflicted
- Russia probes spending on Vancouver Games
- Man killed by Vancouver police was Iraq veteran
- Bethany Storro Talks About Assailant
- LA police ID owner of trunk containing baby bodies
- Air India bomber faces fresh trial next week
- 2 Washington men indicted in alleged racial attack
- Canada hints LTTE behind human-smuggling ship
- Tamil migrant ship docks in Canada
- Canadian navy boards migrant ship
- Tamil Tigers’ entry into Canada feared
- Top court rejects Canadian serial killer's appeal
- Canadian man gets 11years for sex tourism charges
- B.C. inquiry: Police not justified in Taser death
- Inquiry: Police not justified in Pole Taser death
- Canada's 'Prince of Pot' extradited to Seattle
- 'Prince of Pot' Emery to plead guilty
- Tamil jailed in Canada for funding LTTE
- Air India Kanishka bomber faces fresh trial next month
- First Tamil to be jailed in Canada for funding LTTE
- Canada's 'Prince of Pot' ordered extradited to US
- Khalistanis want Indo-Canadian leader assassinated
- ‘Extremist views from old conflicts not welcome in Canada’
- Khalistani flags, slogans raised at Vancouver Vaisakhi parade
- India warned about growing Khalistani pockets in Canada
- Russia to enhance Olympic security after attacks
- Police apologize for Polish man's death
- Air India bomber’s perjury trial stalled as jury dismissed