Maggie Civantos: “It’s scary that express kidnappings could be something real in Spain”

Although we had seen it in chapter papers, Maggie Civantos (Malaga, 1984) was released in 2014 with the ‘Welcome to Lolita’ series. However, her big breakthrough came a year later with her role as Macarena in the prison drama ‘eye to eye‘, which led to the ‘spin-off’ ‘Vis a vis: El Oasis’, in 2020. In the middle of both productions, it was a from ‘The Cable Girls’, the first spanish series Netflix, and gave life to a police inspector in ‘Malaka’. Now he marks another milestone, starring in the first Spanish Starzplay series: ‘Express’ (produced together with The Mediapro Studio). And giving life to another antiheroine who falls in love.
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Secrets of Playboy Bombshells: Sex Rings, Kidnappings and FBI Investigations

If partitions may discuss, Hugh Hefner could be in some hassle. Within the A&E docuseries Secrets and techniques of Playboy, which premieres Jan. 24, quite a few people discuss their alleged experiences on the Playboy Mansion, the place the founder hosted star-studded events and lived along with his girlfriends. And although it appeared like a spot of limitless enjoyable and pleasure, playmates similar to Holly Madison and Sondra Theodore declare that dangerous issues occurred behind closed doorways.
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Actor Adeniyi Johnson Bemoans High Rate Of Kidnappings Along Lagos-Ibadan Expressway

Nollywood actor Adeniyi Johnson has joined other Nigerians to lament on the high rate of kidnappings that has recently become rampant along the ever-busy Lagos-Ibadan expressway. The Ex-husband of actress, Toyin Abraham took to his Instagram stories to share his experience regarding the expressway, saying it is unsafe to ply....
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Gani Adams reveals why there’s resurgence of kidnapping in South-West

The ‘Aare ona kakanfo’ of Yoruba land, Gani Adams, has revealed why there’s resurgence of kidnapping in the South-West region of the country. Adams blamed the police for foiling the proposed partnership between the Southwest Security Stakeholders Group, SSSG, and the police, which was aimed at securing the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway.

China forcefully brought nearly 10,000 'fugitives' by 'threatening' their families in country, 'kidnappings' abroad: Report

Beijing [China], January 19 (ANI): China's global hunt for "fugitives" hit a new milestone just around Christmas last year, as, since its launch in 2014 as part of President Xi Jinping's anti-corruption campaign, nearly 10,000 are claimed to have been successfully returned from over 120 countries around the globe under Sky Net (and junior partner Fox Hunt) operations, according to a report by Safeguard Defenders. Beijing brought them by threatening to their families in China, targeting victims in foreign countries and kidnappings abroad, the report said.

Violent day in Zacatecas leaves 14 murders and 11 kidnappings

Between the weekend and today, 12 civilians were shot dead; two state police officers gunned down on public roads; two armed confrontations between gunmen belonging to antagonistic organized crime groups in the municipalities of Jerez and Fresnillo; the deprivation of liberty with violence of at least eleven people in a rural community of Pinos, is the balance of violence that occurred in Zacatecas, between the weekend and this Monday.

Police allay fears of Oyo residents over alleged kidnaping on Expressway

The Commissioner of Police in Oyo State, Ngozi Onadeko has allayed the fears of residents and travelers of their safety when traveling on the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway. Onadeko gave the assurance on Tuesday at Onigari on the Lagos- Ibadan expressway, the scene of one of the two reported cases of kidnapping in the state within the past two weeks.

Four suspects arrested for kidnapping and murder

Four men from Bangladesh were arrested for the kidnapping and murder of Rezaul Amin Molla, also from Bangladesh. The deceased was reported missing in December but it became apparent that he was kidnapped when a ransom was demanded. KIDNAPPING AND MURDER SUSPECTS BUSTED. South African Police Service (SAPS) spokesperson Lieutenant...
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“I finally found my baby”: mother reunites with her son 33 years after being kidnapped

Every year, in all the countries of the world, millions of people disappear without leaving any trace, leaving relatives in anguish and pain who only seek a little justice or the certainty of knowing if their loved one is alive or, at worst, of cases, dead. But sometimes these stories have happy results, as happened to a woman in China who was reunited with his son after 33 years who was taken from him at a tender age and whose story impact everyone in social networks What Facebook.

One Breed Of Dog Is Being Kidnapped All Over The U.S

A dog owner in Los Angeles was reunited with his precious pet last week after it was snatched during a violent robbery on the street. Robert Marinelli ran after the thief, but the suspect fought him and drove away, according to surveillance camera footage from the crime scene. He was reunited with Luca a few days later, but there were no details about how the pet was returned. Sadly, this isn’t the first time a dog was kidnapped in the U.S lately. From New York to Los Angeles, French bulldog theft has been on the rise.

Mozambican police say kidnappings are planned in prison

A leader of Mozambique’s National Criminal Investigation Service (SERNIC) says that the kidnappings that have taken place in the country are planned inside prisons. “Regarding the fight against the kidnappings devastating the country, SERNIC has concluded that most criminal actions are planned from prisons,” said Benjamina Chaves, provincial director of Sofala, in the centre of the country.

Mozambique: Wave of kidnappings since 2020 planned from prisons – police

A head of the National Criminal Investigation Service (Sernic), the Mozambican police, has accepted that the kidnappings that have been happening in the country are planned inside prisons. Benjamina Chaves, provincial director of Sofala, in the centre of the country, said the mentors “are prisoners who have been living there...