Local media reports later revealed the suspect's name as Malkhaz Kobauri.
Israeli Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz accused the EU of "sucking up to Iran" and said the organization "doesn't really represent European nations."
A judge called DiNardo's apology "false" and "insincere."
A White House spokesman told skeptical reporters that blaming Israel for Palestinian deaths was "a propaganda attempt" by Hamas.
Some estimates say there are fewer than 30 vaquitas left in the world.
Six middle-aged white people were killed in similar manners in Missouri.
"I do feel remorse and regret for my actions, and I would like to ask that people stop sending death threats to me and my partner," he reportedly wrote in a Facebook post.
A cousin of the teenage murder suspect's deceased mother told local news that he was a "good kid" who knew "right from wrong."
Soldiers may have become infected with liver flukes—parasitic worms that can cause cancer.
The NAACP called the verdict "another trial for police violence; another officer acquittal."
"I think he needs to go and get counseling before someone gets killed."
Iran has sentenced doctor Ahmadreza Djalali to death for his allegedly being a Mossad agent, despite calls for his release from abroad.
Tens of thousands of social media users are calling for the arrest or execution of a man who filmed himself shooting cats with a rifle in Saudi Arabia.
The video had been viewed about 48,000 times before it was removed from Facebook.
A Pakistani major general took to social media to claim the killing of five Indian soldiers in restive Kashmir, but India denied the claim.
A warrant has been issued authorizing the arrest of former Balch Springs police officer Roy Oliver to face a charge of murder for the death of Jordan Edwards.