Paul Schaefer, a former Nazi who fled Germany in 1961 and founded a cult-like commune in Chile, died Saturday in a prison hospital.
He was 88.
Schaefer was serving a 20-year sentence at the national penitentiary in Santiago for sexually abusing children at the notorious commune known as Colonia Dignidad. FULL POST
Oil began leaking Saturday from the site of an oil rig explosion in the Gulf of Mexico, according to the U.S. Coast Guard.
Initial reports indicate "there are breaks in the line" where the Deepwater Horizon was drilling when it exploded Tuesday night, Coast Guard Petty Officer Erik Swanson said.
Oil is leaking at a rate of 1,000 barrels a day, he said.
The leak reported Saturday is separate from a 1-by-12 mile slick generated after the disabled rig sank Thursday.
Rescuers on Friday suspended the search for the 11 people missing in the explosion, the Coast Guard said.
The rig - a mobile unit that moves to different locations in the Gulf of Mexico - was about 52 miles southeast of Venice, Louisiana, when the explosion occurred Tuesday night.
The rig had been drilling for oil in its current location since January, said Eileen Angelico, a spokeswoman for Minerals Management Service.
- CNN's Greg Morrison contributed to this report.
Three bombs exploded inside a popular coffee shop in southwestern Baghdad Saturday night, killing three people and injuring 19 others, police officials said.
A U.S. Department of Defense employee has died in Iraq of unknown causes, the U.S. military reported Saturday.
The employee worked as a non-combatant for the Army and Air Force Exchange Service, the military said. The employee's name was withheld pending notification of next of kin.
AAFES is headquartered in Dallas, Texas, and provides merchandise and services to military families.
Indian security forces opened fire Saturday morning on a violent mob in the south Kashmir Shopian district of Indian-administered Kashmir, wounding four protesters, a district official said.
The mob was protesting the killing of a fellow villager in an Indian army ambush in the early morning hours. A companion of the villager was also wounded in the shooting in Chewan village, about 35 miles from the capital, Srinagar, an Indian army spokesman said.
New York State Police have arrested a man accused of posting his children for sale on Craigslist.