A man from an Eastern European country, 60, stole his wife’s share in an apartment they owned after forging her signature and the ratifications by official authorities and his country’s consulate on a power of attorney granting him the right to sell her share.
The husband and his wife, were reportedly married on social media, were seen arguing in the middle of a residential street in Baltimore, Maryland.
The 30-year-old Albanian citizen living in Guidonia Montecelio, outside Rome, "was no longer able to cope with the forced cohabitation with his wife," Carabinieri police from nearby Tivoli said in a statement.
John's daughter, Elena, said her mother convinced her father that he had Alzheimer by telling him he didn't remember going to an appointment, and by making up stories that he was chasing her in the house.
Jordanian media reported that the country’s public prosecutor has arrested the accused on charges of murdering his wife by strangling.
After the defendant discovered that his wife was in a relationship with someone, he tortured her by burning parts of her body with a fork connected to an electric charger cable, mutilating her internal organs.
A normal husband-wife argument turned into big fight and the husband in a fit of rage set his kitchen on fire. Before the desperate wife could call for help the gas cylinder in the kitchen caught fire and exploded.
A Tamil Nadu woman allegedly buried her so-called soothsayer husband alive after he wished to be buried while he was having a life so that he could attain immortality.
Wajiha Swati, a US citizen of Pakistani origin, had been missing since she arrived in Pakistan in mid-October to settle issues with her ex-husband, Rizwan Habib Bangash.