More details revealed after DNA leads to arrest in cold-case murder

New details were revealed during an arraignment for the suspect charged in the 22-year-old murder of a 13-year-old girl in the Bronx.

Joseph Martinez, 49, was arraigned Tuesday following his arrest on Monday.

He is accused of killing 13-year-old Minerliz "Minnie" Soriano in the Bronx in 1999.

Soriano’s body was discovered in a dumpster. She was apparently on her way home in Co-Op City at the time of the murder.

Officials allege that Martinez, who now goes by "Jupiter Joe" and teaches astronomy to children, strangled the victim sometime between Feb. 24 and Feb. 28 of that year.

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Royal family fractures revealed in court proceedings

Private messages exchanged between the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and their former press aid have been made public at a Court of Appeal hearing.

The text messages claimed Prince Harry faced "constant berating" from members of the Royal Family over the strained relationship she had with her father.

Meghan successfully sued Associated Newspapers Limited (ANL), publisher of MailOnline and The Mail on Sunday however ANL is now appealing the decision.

Sky’s Milena Veselinovic has this report.

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