• Reuters

    Cold-case investigation leads to surprise suspect in Anne Frank's betrayal

    A six-year cold case investigation into the betrayal of Anne Frank has identified a surprising suspect in the death of the famous diarist, who was discovered in her canal side hideout and died in a Nazi concentration camp in 1945. A relatively unknown figure, Jewish notary Arnold van den Bergh, has been named by a team that included retired U.S. FBI agent Vincent Pankoke and around 20 historians, criminologists and data specialists. More than 75 years after Nazis stormed the annex in Amsterdam, researchers concluded it was "very likely" Van den Bergh gave the Frank family up in order to save his own family, research team member Pieter van Twisk told the daily NRC newspaper on Monday.

  • The Guardian

    Craig Tiley and Tennis Australia created an exemption system that many saw as a ‘get Novak Djokovic in’ process

    For tennis fans, the gamble – which has backfired so spectacularly – was offensive. For tennis players, it must have felt even worse

  • Reuters

    Delfin's Romolo Bardin resigns from Generali board

    The Chief Executive of Leonardo del Vecchio's holding company Delfin, Romolo Bardin, has resigned from the board of Generali, Italy's top insurer said in a statement on Monday. The exit of Bardin follows that of Generali's second-largest investor - Italian entrepreneur Francesco Gaetano Caltagirone - on Thursday, in a challenge to the reappointment of current Chief Executive Philippe Donnet.