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    A Russian cannibal killer has been jailed for life after stabbing three people to death and eating their raw flesh with vodka. Vladimir Yadne, 32, murdered the two men and one woman in one night in the remote Siberian village of Gaz-Sale. He carried out the first killings when he found two friends, a man and a woman, embracing when he returned from a shop to buy alcohol.    A Russian cannibal killer has been jailed for life after stabbing three people to death and eating their raw flesh with vodka, Pictured: Vladimir Yadne Yadne, 32, murdered the two men and one woman in the remote Siberian village of Gaz-Sale This led to a dispute in which he stabbed the man, 51, and woman, 59. 'He then decided to taste the flesh of recently killed people,' said Inna Nosova, head of the criminal justice department in Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Region. 'He came in with alcohol on him, and drank it as he was eating the meat.' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Horrifying moment Chinese officials in Hazmat...
    The American company SpinLaunch carried out the first test with a catapult catapult. The test facility seen in the picture above is called a suborbital accelerator, and it can reach speeds of up to 8000 km / h when it launches a projectile into space. SpinLaunch plans to create a larger version of the Suborbital Accelerator called the L100 Orbital Mass Accelerator, which you can see in the image below. Satellites weighing up to 200 kg are planned to be launched into space and can enter orbit around the Earth. According to SpinLaunch, their satellite launches cost only one-tenth as much as traditional satellite launches. The company claims that satellite missiles typically require only a quarter of the fuel consumed and that their systems are more environmentally friendly than conventional rockets. SpinLaunch plans to build and test its settings next year. By 2024, the company plans to launch its first commercial satellite into space. In the clip below, you can hear Scott Manley talking about SpinLaunch and their catapult technology. See also  The Land of the Olives: Igovos...
    JAMIE CARRAGHER'S son James had to be carried off on a stretcher as Wigan beat Shrewsbury in the EFL Trophy. Just 22 minutes into the game at the DW, Carragher Jr was injured after a heavy collision in a 50-50. 3Jamie Carragher's son James had to be carried off on a stretcher as Wigan beat ShrewsburyCredit: Getty 3The centre-back was hurt in a 50-50 at the DWCredit: Getty 3It is not yet clear how serious his injury isCredit: Getty Appearing in some pain, the centre-back fell to the ground before immediately waving for help. After treatment on the pitch, the defender - who turned 19 on Thursday - was carried off the field on a stretcher. Wigan are yet to announce any update on his condition either on their social media pages or club website. It was only Carragher's third professional appearance after starting his youth career with Liverpool before moving to Wigan in 2017, aged 15. He signed his first pro contract in August after captaining the Latics' Under-18s to the Professional Development League title last season. Adam Long...
    New footage shows a serial mugger hold a knife to the neck of a store clerk in one of the fifteen attacks he carried out last month - with the violent robber still on the loose. Police say they need help apprehending a robber who is on a 'disturbing' robbery spree in Manhattan where he has mugged 11 people and held up four stores across the borough since October 9.  They have released grabs of the previous attacks in a bid to track the robber down.   The robber's MO is flashing a knife, demanding money and sometimes holding the knife to victim's necks and using physical force, NYPD Chief of Detectives James Essig said.  Scroll Down For Video:   Police released security footage of the crook in action, holding up a Smoke Shop in Hells Kitchen on October 10 Dressed in all-black, the suspect is captured pointing a knife to the clerk's head and placing it under his neck as he follows him behind the counter Police released security footage of the crook in action, holding up a smoke shop in...
    BANGKOK (AP) — A top executive of Myanmar’s military-linked telecommunications company was fatally shot Thursday near his home in Yangon, the country’s commercial capital, in an apparent assassination linked to the country’s violent political unrest. Thein Aung, chief finance officer of Mytel Telecommunications Co., was shot by three men on bicycles at 7:30 a.m. while walking with his wife near their home in Mayangone township, ward administrator Ye Win Aung said. His wife, Theint Aung Thu, was wounded and taken to a hospital. The military’s information office confirmed the attack on the 56-year-old executive, who was a former naval officer. It said no one had claimed responsibility. Mytel, Myanmar’s fourth-largest telecoms operator, is a joint venture between the Myanmar military and Vietnam’s Defense Ministry and was launched in 2018. The shooting was apparently carried out by militant opponents of Myanmar’s military-installed government, which took power in February when the army ousted the elected government of Aung San Suu Kyi. Mytel, as an enterprise that provides revenue to the government, is a major target of the government’s foes. It is...
    (CNN)US Cyber Command head and director of the National Security Agency Gen. Paul Nakasone said Wednesday that the US had "conducted a surge" over the past three months to address the problem of ransomware attacks on US interests.Nakasone said the US government had taken aim at sources of funding for ransomware operatives, many of whom are based in Russia and Eastern Europe and who have made millions extorting US companies."We bring our best people together, the really good thinkers of, how do you get after folks that are doing this?" Nakasone said at the Aspen Security Forum in Washington. "How do you get after the capabilities that they're producing, how do you get after the flow of money?"After a spate of ransomware attacks on key US companies, President Joe Biden in June exhorted Russian President Vladimir Putin to crack down on ransomware gangs operating from Russian soil. US cyber officials issue sweeping directive requiring federal agencies to update systems vulnerable to hackingWhile it's unclear to what extent the Russian government has done that, US law enforcement officials have racked up...
    A 98 year-old World War Two veteran who died of COVID donated his body to medical science - only for it to be dissected in front of a live audience at a $500-a-ticket event in a Portland Marriott hotel ballroom.    The body of David Saunders was dissected before a paying crowd in the conference room of a Marriott hotel in Portland, where a ‘cadaver class’ was put on by a group called Death Science.  Saunders' stunned widow says she had no idea her late husband's body would be used for a 'pay-per-view' autopsy, and has condemned the event. She told DailyMail.com that she's also considering legal action. It was held as part of an 'Oddities and Curiosities' event, whose titillating website describes its events as 'for lovers of the strange, unusual and bizarre'.  Grim video footage shot by an undercover journalist showed Saunders' remains being cut-up under the spotlights of a ballroom by an anatomist in a gray t-shirt. Top price ticketholders - those who paid $500 - got to sit just inches away from the autopsy, which was filmed...
    (CNN)The United Nations has condemned atrocities uncovered in a joint investigation into the conflict in Ethiopia's northern Tigray region on Wednesday, a day after the country's government announced a nationwide state of emergency and called on citizens to take up arms against the advance of Tigrayan forces toward its capital. The highly-anticipated report, carried out by the UN Human Rights Office and the state-appointed Ethiopian Human Rights Commission, found that all parties in the Tigray conflict have "committed violations of international human rights, humanitarian and refugee law, some of which may amount to war crimes and crimes against humanity," to varying degrees.This is a developing story, more to follow...
    KABUL, Afghanistan -- Islamic State militants set off an explosion at the entrance to a military hospital in the Afghan capital on Tuesday, killing at least seven people, a senior Taliban official said. It was one of the most brazen IS attacks yet since the Taliban took control of Afghanistan in the summer.Among those killed were three women, a child, and three Taliban guards, said Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid. Five attackers were also killed, he said, adding that Taliban guards prevented them from getting into the hospital. He said the attack was over within 15 minutes."No one was killed inside the hospital," the spokesman said. He said Taliban guards thwarted IS plans to target medical staff and patients in the 400-bed facility.He said Taliban special forces were subsequently deployed and searched the hospital and that a helicopter was used in the operation.RELATED: Chaos, security questions remain after Taliban takeover of AfghanistanHealth officials said 16 people were wounded in the attack on the Sardar Mohammad Dawood Khan hospital in Kabul's 10th district. Mujahid said five Taliban fighters were among the wounded.Earlier,...
    China has carried out its first-ever demolition of a port using underwater explosives, a tactic that state media said could be used against the US in the event of a war. Beijing's military carried out the test on Saturday, using underwater charges to destroy a dummy wharf at an undisclosed location somewhere in China. The technology is designed to cut off enemy supply lines in the event of a conflict, state-owned Global Times newspaper said, adding that sneak attacks using underwater charges will make large vessels like US aircraft carriers vulnerable. It is just the latest in a string of Chinese military tests - including the launch of a satellite last week that the US warns could attack other spacecraft, and two tests of an orbital weapon that analysts think is a hypersonic nuke. 
    (CNN)The ISIS-K suicide bomber who carried out a terrorist attack at Kabul international airport in late August, killing 13 US service members and dozens of Afghans, had been released from a prison near Kabul just days earlier when the Taliban took control of the area, according to three US officials. Two US officials, as well as Rep. Ken Calvert, a California Republican who said he had been briefed by national security officials, said the suicide bomber was released from the Parwan prison at Bagram air base. The US controlled the base until it abandoned Bagram in early July. It had turned over the prison to Afghan authorities in 2013.The revelation underscores the chaos around the final days of the withdrawal from Afghanistan and the struggle of the US to control a rapidly deteriorating situation around the airport as it relied on the Taliban to secure the perimeter of the airport. Women in Kabul return to work, school and the streets, in defiance of the TalibanThe Parwan prison at Bagram, along with the Pul-e-Charkhi prison near Kabul, housed several hundred members...
    A MUM who refused a Covid vaccine was killed by the virus before meeting her ninth child after doctors were forced to carry out an emergency C-section. Jennifer Rosebluff-Thomas was 29 weeks pregnant when she caught the delta variant in August and never recovered. 1Mum-of-nine Jennifer Rosebluff-Thomas was 29 weeks pregnant when she fell ill with CovidCredit: Facebook The mum-of-eight from Edmonton, Canada, was given an emergency C-section in the hope it would ease her breathing but unfortunately, it wasn't enough to save her. Sister Carol Charles spoke to Jennifer moments before she was rushed into ICU and said her sibling was scared she was dying. "She told me 'sister I’m dying. They’re taking me to the ICU'," she told CBC News. "In the last video chat I had with her, I just told her 'don’t worry,' I said, 'I’m going to see the kids. I’ll be there, don’t worry'. And she was crying. I could tell she was scared." Carol, who described Jennifer as a "generous" and "beautiful" person, said she then received a call from medical staff saying...
    This is the 96-year-old death camp secretary who was caught after going on the run in Germany ahead of her trial for aiding and abetting in mass murder for the Nazis. Irmgard Furchner, who has been dubbed the 'secretary of evil', had been due to stand trial in Itzehoe Regional Court yesterday on charges of assisting in the deaths of 11,412 prisoners at the Stutthof death camp between 1943 and 1945. She was just 18 when she started work at Stutthof camp on the Baltic coast in Nazi-occupied Poland, and is the first woman to stand trial in decades over crimes connected to the Third Reich.  Imgard Furchner, a 96-year-old woman who worked as a secretary for a Nazi concentration camp commandant, was set to face trial on September 30 on charges of aiding and abetting the murder of thousands of prisoners, but did not appear.  Irmgard Furchner (left and right, in 1944), 96, was supposed to appear before the Juvenile Chamber of the Itzehoe Regional Court on Thursday, to face charges of assisting in the murder of 11,000 prisoners at...
    It’s a scientific story with a sting in the tale.  Bees can create an electrical charge to charm flowers into releasing their scent. Experts are buzzing after proving for the first time that some blooms use the presence of pollinators as a cue to give up more of their perfume. This in turn boosts the plant’s chances of being visited again. The tiny electrical charge carried by bees was thought to help pollen stick to them during flight, but a study found that it can also announce their presence to the flowers they visit. Bees can create an electrical charge to charm flowers into releasing their scent. Experts are buzzing after proving for the first time that some blooms use the presence of pollinators as a cue to give up more of their perfume. Lead author Dr Clara Montgomery said the trait possibly evolved in plants to maximise the effectiveness of the attractive chemicals they release. ‘Flowers have a limited supply of these scents, so it makes sense they only release them when their pollinators are around,’ she said. ...
    Tucker Carlson slammed the Biden administration on Friday night for carrying out a drone strike in Kabul last month that killed 10 civilians, including seven children. Initially, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley called it a “righteous strike.” But after a New York Times investigation revealed the attack had killed civilians, including a father and his children, the Pentagon admitted on Friday it had made a “tragic mistake.” Carlson cited the suicide attack in Kabul that preceded the drone strike. In that incident, a suicide bomber killed about 170 Afghan civilians and 13 U.S. service members. The Fox News host said the drone strike was motivated be a desire by the Biden administration to demonstrate competency, after it had come under heavy criticism over the deadly suicide attack. “At the time, even Democrats were pointing out the obvious: Joe Biden is senile and totally incompetent,” Carlson claimed. “So the administration at that moment desperately needed something to prove they are not senile and incompetent, they are instead decisive and strong. And what better way to...
    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korea says it has carried out its first underwater-launched missile test. Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    Two Florida middle schoolers who allegedly planned to carry out a mass shooting attempted to recruit other students to join them, according to police. Two male middle schoolers who attend Harns Marsh Middle School, one 13-year-old and one 14-year-old, were arrested last week after it was discovered that they had made up plans to carry out a shooting and had researched how to build weapons like bombs. Both were charged with conspiracy to commit a mass shooting. After they were arrested, both suspects underwent a mental health assessment. Citing the arrest report from the Lee County Sheriff's Office, CNN reported that the boys carried out their recruitment effort "during classes, in the cafeteria, and through Zoom virtual meetings." According to the arrest report, the suspects "both approached each of the students and verbally asked them if they wanted to participate in the school shooting. All the students declined to take part." According to authorities, the two students told their classmates that their inspiration was the Columbine massacre in 1999. They also reportedly said that they planned on shooting themselves after they had...
    Washington (CNN)A Russian-speaking cybercriminal group responsible for a series of ransomware attacks on major US firms brought some of its infrastructure back online this week in a sign that it could be back in business, according to cybersecurity experts. Payment portals and a victim-shaming website used by the so-called REvil group had been quiet since the hackers claimed responsibility for a July ransomware attack on IT provider Kaseya that affected an estimated 1,500 businesses around the world. "Currently, we have not observed any new victims, but ultimately the group is back to make money as ransomware is very profitable," said Adam Myers, senior vice president of intelligence at security firm CrowdStrike. The development comes three months after a meeting between President Joe Biden and Russian Vladimir Putin in which Biden said he urged Putin to crack down on cybercriminals operating from Russian soil. Ransomware gang that hit meat supplier mysteriously vanishes from the internetUS National Cyber Director Chris Inglis said Thursday that public reports indicate some Russian-speaking ransomware groups have been less active since the Biden-Putin meeting, but that...
    DEVASTATED friends of Fuquan Johnson and Enrico Colangeli will host a memorial for the two comics next week after they died from a suspected fentanyl-related drug overdose over the weekend. Johnson, 42, and Colangeli, 48, were found dead inside an apartment in Venice Beach, Los Angeles early Saturday morning along with Natalie Williamson, 33. 9Johnson, right, and Colangeli, left, were found dead on Saturday. They're pictured above with friend Jack Assadourian JrCredit: hahacomedyclub/Instagram 9Actress and comedian Kate Quigley, 39, was found unresponsive inside the apartment in a critical condition but is expected to surviveCredit: Getty A fourth person, actress and comedian Kate Quigley, 39, was found unresponsive inside the apartment in a critical condition. Quigley is expected to survive. She texted a friend on Saturday evening: "I'm alive. I'm not great. But im. Ok." Investigators believe the four friends all consumed a batch of cocaine that had been laced with fentanyl, a powerful synthetic opioid that is more than 50 times more potent than heroin. Autopsies will be carried out on Johnson, Colangeli and Williamson this week to confirm...
    A BOXER is in critical but stable condition after she was knocked out by her opponent during an event in Montreal on Saturday evening. Jeanette Zacarias Zapata, 18, was stopped by Marie-Pier Houle before collapsing to the floor moments later and being hospitalised. 3Zapata was hit several times towards the end of the fourth round 3The teenager was standing when the referee called time on the fight 3But Zapata collapsed seconds later and is now in a critical condition Zapata was taking part in her sixth professional bout at the GYM Gala Boxing event in Montreal, Canada. The teenager was hit several times by Canadian boxer Houle towards the end of the fourth round and was hanging on to the roles as the bell rang. The referee immediately went over to Zapata to check on her condition and ended the fight seconds later - initially as a precautionary measure. Although it was clear the Mexican star couldn't continue, she was still on her feet at this stage as Houle started celebrating her TKO victory. But just moments later, Zapata...
    The United States carried out a “defensive” drone attack on a vehicle loaded with explosives on Sunday in Kabul to “eliminate an imminent threat” from the Islamic State of the Khorasan (IS-K) group against the airport, the Pentagon reported. “US forces today carried out a defensive drone airstrike,” launched from outside Afghanistan, “against a vehicle in Kabul, eliminating an imminent threat from IS-K to the international airport,” said Bill Urban, spokesman for the command. central. “We are sure we have hit the mark,” he added. “We are verifying the possibility of civilian victims,” ​​he said, and specified that “he has no evidence at this time” in that regard. “Strong secondary explosions from the vehicle showed the presence of a significant amount of explosive material,” he added. “We remain vigilant for possible future threats.” US President Joe Biden had said on Saturday that a new attack was “highly probable” after Thursday’s attack on the Kabul airport, claimed by IS-K and that left more than a hundred dead, including 13 soldiers. Americans. In retaliation, the United States carried out a drone strike...
    The file photo shows an airstrike against Islamic State (IS) militants in Nangarhar on April 14, 2017. Photo: NOORULLAH SHIRZADA / . / . The US military announced its first retaliatory strike in Afghanistan, since An attack at the Kabul airport on Thursday killed around 170 people, in addition to causing the death of 13 US servicemen. US authorities again warned Americans in Afghanistan to leave the Kabul airport entrances, due to security threats, according to The New York Times. “The United States military forces carried out a counterterrorism operation over the horizon today against an ISIS-K planner,” said Captain Bill Urban, spokesman for the US Central Command, in a statement, referring to the organization. Islamic State (ISIS) affiliate terrorist in Afghanistan, also known as Islamic State Khorasan, which claimed responsibility for Thursday’s attack. “The unmanned aerial attack occurred in Nangahar province in Afghanistan,” Captain Urban said. “The first signs are that we killed the target. We do not know that there are civilian victims ”. Acting swiftly on President Joe Biden’s promise to...
    AN influencer has died while undergoing a £4,000 nose job operation at an elite clinic after a possible deadly “reaction to anaesthetic”. Image guru Marina Lebedeva, 31, wanted the rhinoplasty procedure to “correct” the shape of her nose, say reports. 5Marina Lebedeva died while surgery was being carried on her noseCredit: East2West 5It's thought Marina may have had a lethal reaction to the anaesthetic usedCredit: East2West As surgery was underway at a Russian clinic her temperature soared possibly as a result of a reaction against the anaesthetic. She died as the plastic surgeons and paramedics fought to save her at Artibeaut clinic in St Petersburg. The private clinic had called an ambulance as soon as they realised she was in trouble. A video recorded the surgery and released by RenTV will be used as evidence. A criminal case into medical negligence has been opened in St Petersburg, with surgeons facing up to six years in jail if convicted. The image consultant’s husband rushed back to the city from a business trip when he was told about her tragic death. Most...
    A woman who refused to put her mask back on at a public board meeting in Texas was carried out of the building in her chair by police.  The Tuesday incident, which spread quickly online,  comes weeks after an executive order by Governor Greg Abbott forbidding mask and vaccination mandates was overturned.  The woman was wearing her mask when she arrived at the Northside Independent School District Board of Trustees meeting, district spokesman Barry Perez told KSAT. But at some point she removed it and refused to put it back on when asked by district officials and then police.  'The individual refused [to place her face covering back on], and then when asked to leave, also refused,' Perez said.   'Northside ISD police officers did then lift her chair and carried it, with her still seated, outside of the room.' 'The individual refused [to place her face covering back on], and then when asked to leave, also refused,' said Northside Independent School District representative Barry Perez. 'Northside ISD police officers did then lift her chair and carried it, with...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — US official says attack outside Kabul airport is ‘definitely believed to be’ carried out by the Islamic State group. Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    Real Madrid continues to work at forced marches to be able to specify the arrival of French striker Kylian Mbappé from PSG for this season, but without first giving way to more players who would not have a place in Carlo Ancelotti’s team as the full-back Alvaro Odriozola who would leave yielded to the Fiorentina from Serie A. According to information from José Luis Sánchez in the Chiringuito de Jugones, Odriozola, not having a place in Ancelotti’s team, would already be looking for an exit in the Real Madrid board of directors, so that he has minutes and participation in the next football year, for what the Fiorentina of Serie A would be a good start. Also read: PSG would ask for 200 million euros for Kylian Mbappé; Real Madrid would not ‘fall in the game’ As detailed in the information, the operation could be completed as soon as possible and would leave the number ’19’ vacant, which could be worn by the Mbappé since the ‘7’ already has the Belgian Eden Hazard and would not release...
    08/24/2021 at 1:17 PM CEST . The Tour of Spain continues in good health and keeping Covid-19 at bay, as shown by the 580 negative results in the tests carried out in the last days between Murcia and Almería. The bubble that makes up the Vuelta caravan, including the 171 runners who finished the Velefique stage, passed the tests successfully, with zero positives in the 580 PCR tests carried out. The result that confirms the maximum health security was the same as that of the starting point in Burgos on August 14. The organization continues to apply the regulatory sanitary measures at each stage of the Vuelta, which involves the cycling peloton and the rest of the competition bubble.
    Israel Defense Forces announced on Twitter Monday that it carried out strikes against Hamas targets in Gaza in response to an earlier arson balloon attack. "All summer, Hamas launched arson balloons from Gaza into Israel," the tweet read. "In response to Hamas’ renewed attacks today, we struck a weapons manufacturing site, rocket launch site & tunnel entrances in Gaza." CLICK HERE FOR THE LATEST FROM AFGHANISTAN The strikes occurred late Monday night and into Tuesday morning, according to the Jerusalem Post. The paper said fighter jets targeted a weapons site in Khan Younis and a tunnel in Jabaliya. There was no immediate information on casualties or damage after the airstrikes. The paper said the balloon attack was blamed for sparking 10 fires.  The paper said a Hamas official said the bombing demonstrates Israel's "confusion and failure regarding the steadfastness and stability of our Palestinian people and our people and our resistance to the extent of the challenge. The bets of the occupation will fail and we will continue, and the bombing will only increase our determination and perseverance to extract...
    CIRCUMCISION is a common practice in some religions but rates of the procedure have dropped in recent years. Many people say that the procedure helps reduce the risk of sexually transmitted infections - which can cause kidney issues in later life. 1Circumcision is carried out for two main reasons - medical and non-medicalCredit: Getty The procedure can be carried out for a number of reasons, including medical and non-medical. With that in mind, experts reveal what you need to know about the procedure and whether or not it could be for you. What is circumcision Male circumcision is the removal of the foreskin. The NHS explains that the foreskin is the retractable fold of skin that covers the end of the penis - it's a continuation of the skin that covers the whole penis. There are two main reasons why people are circumcised, medical and non-medical. Most read in HealthTAKE THE STING OUT Men are putting VINEGAR on their penises for growth - docs say DON’TSIZE MATTERS Best penis size to make women orgasm revealed - & 8 tips to...
    Electrics also go through the tough homologation tests of the WLTP cycle. Its requirements are, in part, inherited from the method for combustion models. We will tell you how the consumption of these models of sustainable mobility powered exclusively by battery is measured. The WLTP cycle revolutionized everyone, manufacturers and customers, demonstrating the most realistic fuel consumption figures possible. Gone is the NEDC measurement cycle that took for granted standard quantities for a whole range of models, regardless of optional equipment and other conditions. The new standard has not only affected combustion models, but also plug-in hybrids and electric. These more efficient models undergo extensive testing, the vast majority of which bear the same witness to the requirements of gasoline and diesel models. If you are interested in buying a car with these technologies, or simply curious, surely you are interested in knowing howHow electrical energy consumption is measured and that it is mandatory to achieve type approval. Manufacturers have mobile electric chargers for electric car testing Electric cars determine their consumption with a special cable One of these...
    Washington (CNN)The US military cargo plane whose hold filled with Afghans evacuating their country captured in a now famous photo flew more than 800 people on board, far more than originally confirmed by the US Air Force, according to the crew who flew the mission.The C-17 US military cargo plane flew 823 people out of Kabul on the evacuation flight on August 15, the crew said in an interview Friday on CNN's New Day. It was previously believed that the plane carried 640 people.The photo of Afghans sitting shoulder to shoulder, packed into the hold, went viral after it was published by Defense One, and became instantly symbolic of the desperate need to boost the US efforts.The number is a record for the Air Force's C-17 Globemaster III, a military plane that can be used to carry both cargo and passengers when needed, Air Force Spokesperson Hope Cronin said. The C-17 has been in operation for almost three decades. Chaos and confusion continue outside Kabul airport as people seek to flee"Our 640 number was a little underestimated, we actually carried...
    A 33-year-old man was arrested after being spotted being a toddler with a tree limb and then carrying him away by his hair, authorities in Bayonne said. Police K9 Ranger was able to track the toddler and Dennys Narvaez down using an article of the child's clothing left at the scene around 9 a.m. Aug. 19, Police Capt. Eric Amato said. The scent led officers to a nearby apartment complex where officers located Narvaez and the 3-year-old boy in an apartment, Amato said. Narvaez was arrested and the boy was evaluated at a nearby hospital as a precaution.
    Robert Francis Krebs has spent most of his adult life in prison for robberies. With the sentence he received for a 2018 bank robbery in Tucson, the 84-year-old will probably be locked up for the remainder of his life An 84-year-old serial bank robber has been sentenced to more than 21 years in prison after he committed another armed heist to 'get back to the penitentiary.'   Robert Francis Krebs had been out of prison for just seven months when he held up a credit union in Tuscon, Arizona, on on January 13, 2018, and had struggled to adjust to life outside prison. Krebs had previously served more than 30 years for a 1981 bank robbery in Florida and was sentenced to three years in prison after a 1966 conviction in Chicago for embezzling $72,000 from a bank where he worked as a teller. He also served an additional 17 years for theft and armed robbery convictions from Arizona dating to 1980. He was convicted of the latest robbery in March last year and was sentenced Tuesday. It is likely...
    Updated on Monday, August 16, 2021 – 19:35 The data is from the control campaign of the first week of August and represents a decrease compared to the 450 sanctions per day in June. Sentences The voracity of the City Councils and Traffic when imposing fines Campaign The DGT distributes the 39 drones that will monitor the Spanish roads this summer A total of 2,945 drivers were reported in the last DGT campaign to control alcohol and drug use at the wheel. The data represents 1.9% of all tests (154,041) and is equivalent to a daily average of 420 positives. That is, a slight decrease compared to the campaign carried out in June, when there were 450 a day. The data for the latter correspond to the week of August 2 to 8. preventive controls Specifically, the agents of the Civil Guard of Traffic carried out 150,858 breathalyzer tests, with 1,559 positives (1%). Of that figure, 250 were prosecuted as a crime, either because the driver gave a rate higher than 0.60 milligrams per liter in exhaled air;...
    08/16/2021 at 9:07 AM CEST Every year millions of tons of dust from the Sahara fly through the air in all directions. To the north, they reach the Iberian Peninsula and the Balearic Islands (and beyond), while to the west they reach the Canary Islands and, crossing the Atlantic Ocean, they reach the American continent. It is a natural phenomenon that we are familiar with. Now, what risks does haze carry and why can it be harmful to health? The suspended dust of the haze it is generally composed of aluminosilicates (aluminum oxide and silica), clay, gypsum, calcite and other minerals. It also contains microscopic particles of other bacteria, fungi, pollen, and other not-so-natural elements. They are, therefore, tiny particles that measure less than ten microns and enter our body through the respiratory tract, reaching the lungs and, therefore, the blood supply. The World Health Organization indicates that the The maximum level to which one must be exposed to this air is 50 mg per cubic meter. And yet, last year in Gran Canaria almost 2,000...
    VERACRUZ The facilities of the Veracruz Prosecutor’s Office in the municipalities of Fortín and Tezonapa were attacked by an armed commando, in response to an operation carried out by police corporations that discovered a safe house in the Campo Grande community in the municipality of Ixtaczoquitlán. The mobilization left at least three dead, five arrested and vehicles damaged and burned. The motive was the capture of members of a criminal organization who were holding two people hostage, whom they executed when discovered. At that site, the Civil Force arrested one of the hit men, his accomplices escaped and a confrontation began during the persecution. An armed group carried out another violent act; now they set fire to vans of the Ministerial Police in Tezonapa pic.twitter.com/0W7elfe4vv – Quadratin Veracruz (@Quadratin_Ver) August 11, 2021 Near the site were the members of the Orizaba-Córdoba Disappeared Families Collective, who were guarded by authorities who were searching clandestine graves. To try to confuse the authorities, the criminals carried out roadblocks with heavy units, which were taken from their drivers. By doing this, they were apparently...
    I had agreed to come to Barça to be able to fulfill his dream of sharing a dressing room with Messi, his eternal companion of concentrations in Argentina. But the departure of Leo has been an especially hard blow for Sergio Aguero that, for the moment, will not wear the Barça shirt until October. As soon. As reported by the Blaugrana team, “it has a tendon injury to the inner calf of the right leg“. Annoyances that prevented him from attending the farewell to Leo on Sunday and also to Gamper against Juve. The MRI carried out this Monday has confirmed an injury that will not only allow him to play the league debut this Sunday against Real Sociedad but will also keep him off the pitch 10 weeks. MEDICAL RELEASE‼ The tests carried out on the first team player Kun Agüero have confirmed the tendon injury in the inner calf of the right leg. The approximate time of withdrawal will be about ten weeks pic.twitter.com/YONWGIfkB5 – FC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona_es)...
    In addition to the medals and the finalists, an event the size of the Olympic Games leaves many other figures that offer an idea of ​​the impact of this event, which for the first time has been held in an odd year due to its delay due to the pandemic. With no public in the stands of the facilities, due to restrictions due to COVID, more than 115 million spectators followed the Games on television. Despite his initial reluctance, which the polls had shown for months, more than 91% of the Japanese population has watched television broadcasts. And, without a doubt, they have been the Games of the pandemic, of restrictions and anti-COVID measures. The organization has carried out 651,296 tests during the Games to members of the Olympic family, of which 151 have been positive, that is, 0.02%. In addition, another 42,711 COVID tests have been carried out at the airport, with 37 confirmed positives, representing a positivity rate of 0.09%. They have also been the Games of social networks. In fact, the messages on the IOC and Tokyo...
    LIVERPOOL'S woeful luck with defensive injuries has continued as Andy Robertson went off injured during their friendly against Athletic Bilbao. The 27-year-old Scot rolled his ankle when attempting to stop a cross and was left in a heap on the floor. 3Robertson went down after rolling his ankle during the friendlyCredit: Getty 3The Scot looked dejected as he was carried off by physiosCredit: Reuters 3The season kicks off next weekend and Robertson looks set to miss outCredit: Getty He was then substituted at half time for youngster Owen Beck as Jurgen Klopp took no chances with him as the new Premier League season fast approaches. The Reds went on to draw the game 1-1 as Diogo Jota's 13th minute opener was cancelled out by Alejandro Berenguer Remiro's second half equaliser. It has not been confirmed how long Robertson will be ruled out for. After one more friendly match against Osasuna on Monday, Liverpool kick off their campaign away at newly-promoted Norwich City on Saturday. And the fear around more defensive disruption for Klopp come after a terribly unlucky previous campaign...
    The International Olympic Committee has published the results related to the tests for the detection of Covid of the month that he has had authority on the occasion of the JOlympic Games Tokyo 2020. As the most prominent numbers they have confirmed that there have been 36 positive participants in the sports event in the capital of the country of the rising sun. Specifically, the highest governing body of Olympism has made official the numbers that run from July 1 to August 4. That is, a month in which the Olympic games itself, but which has also served for all the preparations, since the arrival of the athletes to the Olympic Village until his departure after finishing the competitions. The main data indicates that 36 positives have been registered belonging to participants in the Olympic Games. They come out of 42,410 tests carried out at airports. Generates a positivity rate of 0.08%. On the other hand, in the last three days in which the results are published, only one is recorded. On the other hand, but related to the...
    The installation works for the San Mamés escalators started today. The first automatic ramps that will allow access to the high stands of . stadium will be located in the North Stand. The rest of the sections of the other three stands will be received in the coming days. “No less than 29,000 spectators will benefit from the new infrastructure. Your installation begins immediately. Adjustments, complementary assemblies and start-ups will be carried out for three months ”, reports Athletic. The rojiblanco manager Jorge Gómez was in charge of presenting this project to the rojiblancos partners in the last assembly of delegates. “The premise of these actions is the comfort and experience of the partner in San Mamés,” he explained then. Read also The first proposal, the one that has begun to be carried out today, is the escalator to the upper ring that will facilitate access to 29,000 locations. The works will be carried out in parallel to the current stairs and will have as priority people with reduced mobility. “data-youtube-vid src =” https://www.youtube.com/embed/?enablejsapi=1 “width =” 100% “frameborder...
    08/03/2021 at 12:16 CEST A high-altitude nuclear explosion can shake Earth’s magnetic field, according to new research led by the United States Geological Survey (USGS). It would cause especially agitated and sudden-onset geomagnetic storms: the phenomenon already occurred in the 1960s, within the framework of nuclear tests in the atmosphere carried out precisely by the United States. As researchers have been able to verify after analyzing different cases, nuclear bombs activate a phenomenon called electromagnetic pulse (EMP), a fierce blast of radiation that can ionize the atmosphere and splash the ground with secondary particles similar to cosmic rays. Around the 1960s, the powers of the day began a series of different nuclear tests. For example, on July 9, 1962, the US Army exploded a thermonuclear warhead over the Pacific Ocean, generating a phenomenon that shook that entire region of the globe. Thousands of witnesses reported auroras in the sky: they were not natural events, but real «nuclear auroras»Produced by the impact of the explosion. The radios went crazy, the street lights went off and the alarms...
    The Georgian shot putter Benik Abramyan has tested positive for anabolic substances in an out-of-competition test that was carried out on July 31 in Tokyo and has been provisionally suspended, the International Testing Agency (ITA) reported. Analysis of the sample revealed the presence of dehydrochloromethyl testosterone and methandienone, belonging to the group of androgenic anabolics, as well as tamoxifen, registered in the hormone and metabolic modulator. The control was carried out by the ITA and the sample analyzed in the accredited laboratory in Tokyo. Abramyan, who was going to compete this afternoon in the weight qualifying round, he will not be able to do so as he was suspended provisionally, in accordance with the World Anti-Doping Code and IOC regulations. The pitcher has the right to request the analysis of the B sample and to appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (TAS)
    Updated 02/08/2021 – 12:51 Until the arrival of the pandemic, each positive that was known in sport carried a sanction because it involves the discovery of prohibited substances in the control of urine or blood to the athlete. To ensure clean Games, the Tokyo anti-doping laboratory works 24 hours a day to analyze the samples of the controls that are carried out daily among hundreds of athletes who compete in this Olympic event. The Tokyo lab is brand new and state of the art, with equipment that is capable of analyzing and detecting prohibited substances and methods included in the WADA List of Prohibited Substances and Methods of 2021. During the Games, and as recently revealed by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), about 130 people, who make up the laboratory staff, analyze throughout the day the samples collected to have the results in the shortest possible time. The laboratory is supported by up to 50 scientific experts from around the world, with a deep understanding of anti-doping and the analytical and operational challenges a laboratory faces during...
    A Bahaman man who got to spend time with the late pop star Aaliyah just hours before she was killed in a plane crash, claims she never wanted to get on the  stricken aircraft in the first place and had taken a sleeping pill just hours earlier. Kingsley Russell, whose family ran a taxi and hospitality business in the Abaco Islands, was just 13-years old on August 25th 2001, but he was with the star as his stepmother drove her team to the airport for her return flight back to the U.S. Russell got to work with Aaliyah's entourage as her team's baggage carrier thanks to his aunt, Annie Russell, who ran a small hospitality business on the island. Aaliyah died August 25th 2001 while flying from the Bahamas to the US after shooting the music video for Rock The Boat As a teen, Russell claims that when the star saw the plane to take her back to the U.S. mainland, she refused to get on board and went back to sleep in the cab his stepmother was driving, telling her...