The unsolved cases were first brought to light by news reports in 2009.
The death remains a mystery, unsolved and—like most royal matters—never discussed in public.
Montreal police are also interested in reviewing other unsolved cases for any link to Magnotta.
It was a sign of a deeper and as yet unsolved problem: Budget rules often run counter to common sense.
In February, he cohosted an event with the Discovery Channel and the NAACP about unsolved hate crimes.
But what course we are to take in order to arrive at this most desirable condition seems to remain a difficult, unsolved problem.
Further, there is also the important question yet unsolved, as to what Matter is.
"The Burr Conspiracy" still remains after a hundred years an unsolved enigma.
And that is why the mystery of the Black Killer is yet unsolved in the Daleland.
In spite of much discussion and investigation, the case of Maria Stella remains one of the unsolved problems of history.
late 14c., "to disperse, dissipate, loosen," from Latin solvere "to loosen, dissolve; untie, release, detach; depart; unlock; scatter; dismiss; accomplish, fulfill; explain; remove," from PIE *se-lu-, from reflexive pronoun *s(w)e- (see idiom) + root *leu- "to loosen, divide, cut apart" (see lose). The meaning "explain, answer" is attested from 1530s; for sense evolution, see solution. Mathematical use is attested from 1737. Related: Solved; solving.