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The Dark Fascination of Ilse Koch: The Story of the Witch of Buchenwald
The woman, who unleashed all her cruelty in that place where some 56,000 prisoners were murdered - according to figures provided by the Holocaust Museum - was indicted for war crimes at the end of the world conflict and sentenced to life imprisonment. In 1967, she committed suicide in prison. She would go down in history as one of the most bloodthirsty and ferocious women in the already terrifying Nazi criminal machine.
Unraveling the Mystery of the Bangladesh Bank Robbery: An Intriguing Cyber Odyssey
IN 2016, A MYSTERIOUS SYNDICATE ATTEMPTED TO STEAL $951 MILLION FROM THE CENTRAL BANK OF BANGLADESH AND EXPOSED A DEEP WEAKNESS IN THE SYSTEM BY WHICH MONEY MOVES AROUND THE WORLD.
The Shadow of Decadence: Gilles de Rais, the Knight Killer
Gilles de Rais has the dubious honor of being part of the long list of "infamous" characters that make up black history. Along with figures such as Vlad Tepes or Erzsébet Bathory, who were considered monsters even in times when living with horror was commonplace, Gilles de Rais was defined by his own contemporaries as a serial killer, pederast, sadist, sodomite and heretic, even though he belonged to the nobility of 15th century France.
Epic battle between emos vs. darketos in mexico city 15 years ago
Mexico City, known for its rich cultural history and diversity, has also witnessed various subcultural movements that have left an indelible mark on its social landscape. One of the most notable episodes in this regard was the "Battle of Emos and Punks," an event that captured the attention of public opinion and became a symbol of the tensions and contrasts within the urban society of the Mexican capital.
The monster of Ecatepec: serial killers who disguised themselves as salesmen to kill women
Data from the Attorney General's Office indicate that the now arrested man dedicated himself to hunting his victims along with his partner - identified as Patricia - for six years.
Stuxnet: the malware that compromised nuclear security and forever changed the way we look at cybersecurity
What is Stuxnet? Stuxnet is a computer worm designed and deployed to attack Iranian nuclear facilities. The target of Stuxnet, possibly the world's first cyber-weapon to affect physical infrastructure, was Iran's nuclear centrifuges, and it damaged and destroyed key military capabilities and caused major disruptions to Iran's nuclear program.
The story of the Mataviejitas, from fighter to assassin
Juana Barraza was born on December 27, 1958 in Pachuca de Soto, Hidalgo. Her father abandoned her mother the same day she was born and took her brother with him. Three months later, mother and daughter moved to the then Federal District.
The forgotten history of Mexican Chernobyl
Two years before the Chernobyl catastrophe occurred, the largest nuclear accident on the American continent took place in Mexico. The tragedy known as the Cobalt-60 incident in Ciudad Juarez (in the north of the country) originated in a warehouse of the private hospital Centro Medico de Especialidades. This event is reminiscent of the Goiania accident in Brazil, with similar characteristics. "The Juarez accident was the largest in America due to the area affected and the waste generated," Epifanio Cruz Zaragoza, from the UNAM Nuclear Science Center, explained to Verne in an interview.
Day of the Dead
The Day of the Dead is a traditional Mexican holiday that celebrates the lives of those who have passed away. It is a time for family and friends to come together to remember and honor their loved ones. The holiday is also a time for celebrating life itself.
"GOYO" CARDENAS, THE TACUBA STRANGLER
Gregorio Cárdenas Hernández The ovation in the Chamber of Deputies lasted several minutes and the honoree thanked with his hands in the air. Gone were the 34 years he was held captive in the asylum of La Castañeda and in the Black Palace of Lecumberri, for murdering and burying four women in the garden of his house.
The "Hyena of Queretaro", who was a former beauty queen.
Of all the horrors in the world, none compares to that of a ruthless person who annihilates the dreams of an infant, and worse, the one who murders three children in a single night, in an instant that will be able to last to show to what extent hell is on this earth and ruthless demons lurk in the corners of houses.
the year drugs were legal in mexico
Dr. Leopoldo Salazar Viniegra The current discussions around the drug policy reform in Mexico have motivated to reconsider some events of the past and to dust off archives and family memories of personalities such as the psychiatrist Leopoldo Salazar Viniegra. Today he is recognized as a pioneer in the legalization of drugs in our country for his observations based on scientific studies on the effects of marijuana and other substances. However, this has also led to a series of erroneous interpretations about his work, his positions and his person.