Court indicts ex-Argentinian president, orders arrest Dec 08, 2017 0 354 12345 ReutersBUENOS AIRESA federal judge in Argentina indicted former President Cristina Fernandez for treason and asked for her arrest for trying to cover up Iran's possible role in the 1994 bombing of a Jewish community center that killed 85 people, a court ruling said.As Fernandez is a senator, Congress would first have to vote to strip her of parliamentary immunity for an arrest to occur. The judge, Claudio Bonadio, also indicted and ordered house arrest for Fernandez's Foreign Minister Hector Timerman, the 491-page ruling said. Fernandez and Timerman have previously denied wrongdoing. Fernandez called a news conference for 4:30 p.m. local time (1930 GMT). Timerman's lawyer could not immediately be reached for comment.While removing immunity from congressional officials is rare in Argentina, Congress voted on Oct. 25 to do so for Fernandez's former planning minister Julio De Vido and he was arrested the same day. De Vido is accused of fraud and corruption, which he denies.Cases involving Fernandez and her allies have picked up, with several high profile arrests and indictments in recent months, after Mauricio Macri, the center-right mayor of Buenos Aires, was elected president in late 2015. POST A COMMENT RELATED ARTICLES UN watchdogs call for probe into Taser assaults in US jails Dec 08, 2017 0 603 Senator Franken resigning amid sexual harassment allegations Dec 08, 2017 0 238 FBI Director defends bureau integrity amid Clinton, Trump probes Dec 08, 2017 0 264 Pentagon braces for possible govt shutdown Washington: The Pentagon on Thursday warned of possible weapons delays and other military ramifications if the government shuts down over a budget deal impasse or passes a stop-gap spending bill to avert it. The .. US cop jailed for 20 years in fatal shooting of black man Charleston: A white former US police officer was sentenced to 20 years in prison Thursday over the fatal shooting of an unarmed black motorist. The death of Walter Scott in April 2015 was one of the most shocking in a series .. Wikileaks faces US probes into its 2016 election role, CIA leaks Reuters WASHINGTON WikiLeaks and its founder, Julian Assange, are facing multiple investigations by U.S. authorities, including three congressional probes and a federal criminal inquiry, sources familiar with the .. Three killed in US school shooting, attacker dead At least three people were killed in a shooting at a high school in northern New Mexico on Thursday, including two students and the attacker, police said. New Mexico State Police said no other injuries were reported after .. Trump Jr. had reasons not to answer panel questions: White House WASHINGTON: The White House said on Thursday that Donald Trump Jr. was on solid legal ground when he refused to answer questions from a congressional committee about a conversation he had with his father, President .. Southern California fires force 200,000 people to flee LOS ANGELES: Hundreds of Los Angeles area schools shut their doors on Thursday as raging wildfires wreaked havoc on Southern California, forcing about 200,000 people to flee and destroying hundreds of houses. .. U.S. lawmakers press FBI on alleged bias in Clinton, Trump cases By Sarah N. Lynch WASHINGTON, Dec 7 (Reuters) - The Republican chairman of the House Judiciary Committee lambasted the FBI on Thursday over how it handled an investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private ..