A German woman who joined the Islamic State group has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for letting a Yazidi girl die of thirst. A German court found Jennifer W. guilty of "two crimes against humanity in the form of enslavement." She and her former husband had kept the five-year old Yazidi girl as a slave, chained her up and let her die in extremely hot conditions.
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The search for Brian Laundrie is over and the nature reserve where he was discovered is now open. The FBI says dental records confirm his identity, but more information is needed to determine how he died.
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Investigators returned to the woods of Abington, Massachusetts Saturday and found what they believe to be the body of a New Hampshire boy who has not been seen for about a month, Plymouth County District Attorney Tim Cruz said.
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The search for Brian Laundrie, a person of interest in the disappearance of his fiancée Gabby Petito, is over. The FBI used dental records to confirm remains found in Florida at a nature preserve belong to Laundrie. Justin Kase of CBS affiliate WINK-TV reports on reaction to the news, and Thuy Lan Nguyen of CBS affiliate WTSP-TV joined "CBSN AM" to discuss the investigation.
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