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This is the heart-stopping moment a group of brave men pushed a truck away from a petrol station in Erode, south India after it caught fire on February 15. Video shows smoke coming out of the truck and fire spreading quickly throughout the vehicle.
The guest claimed that no media outlet reported the “This is MAGA country claim.” In fact, several outlets reported that hoax, including ABC.
In a moment of rare team work, a group of work-release inmates jumped into action to assist law enforcement officers rescue a child trapped inside a locked SUV.
Russia has claimed success in tests of its new nuclear-powered cruise missile Burevestnik. It's supposedly capable of flying for days as it probes weaknesses in Western defence systems
WEST MEMPHIS, Ark. — A 21-year-old mother is charged with second-degree battery after police say she was caught on camera slapping her 1-year-old son with such force that he fell to the floor. Alazai Gardner was arrested Saturday night, hours after the video began circulating on social media. Police say it was recorded earlier that day. In the video, Gardner can be heard telling the person who's recording it, “I don’t give a damn about you recording," as she slaps her son to the ground and he cries. "You can record that, too. I don’t give a (expletive) about you recording," she said. The video has sparked outrage online, and the people we showed it to said it disgusted them. “God she slapped that baby to the floor. My god," said Georgia Love. Love, who lives in the apartment complex where the video was apparently shot, tells WREG she had heard about it, but hadn’t watched it. When we played it for her, she struggled to fight back tears. “When I seen that, it just make a different reaction to it. And I pray for the baby," she said. “She need to be where she’s at. That’s the worst thing you could do a child, an elder or anyone.” Police are crediting the public with bringing the video to their attention and helping them track Gardner down. We’re told the video was recorded at the Imperial Homes Apartments on East Jackson Avenue, but it's unclear if that's where Gardner lives. One woman we spoke to didn’t want to be identified, but said she went to high school with Gardner and has a daughter the same age. “She need to be in jail. She need that. She need to be punished," she said. “You don’t do no child like that.”
Russia unveils latest Kalashnikov weapon, a deadly kamikaze drone that flies for just 30 minutes.
“A wall between the US and Mexico won’t stop the drug trafficking,” investigative journalist Anabel Hernández told Euronews. The Mexican reporter said that tonnes of drugs and a significant amount of money were transported by commercial airlines and private planes, which landed at airports in both cities in Mexico and the United States. Hernandez has worked as an investigative journalist looking into government corruption in Mexico for the last 20 years. Her book "Narcoland" claims to show connections between the Sinaloa Cartel, headed by "El Chapo" Guzmán and high-ranking Mexican officials. Hernández claimed during her investigations, the Sinaloa cartel operated with impunity at Mexico City airport under the protection of the Mexican government. "If the corruption is at the airports, both in Mexico and at the airports of the receiving country, then there will be no wall that can reach the height at which an aeroplane flies," she said. US President Donald Trump has said he wants to build between his country and Mexico to stop criminals from entering the United States. America is divided over the construction, with the US federal government recently shut down for a month over the quarrel. Now President Trump has declared a national emergency which has been met with threats from Democratic critics for another heated court debate. 'El Chapo is no longer dangerous' Hernández had been looking into Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán Loera’s case when he was found guilty by US prosecutors at a federal court in Brooklyn, New York. "El Chapo is no longer dangerous, what is dangerous is the system that he's created," she said. Guzmán’s smuggling exploits made him the world’s most notorious drug baron since Colombia’s Pablo Escobar, who was shot dead in 1993 by police. The Sinaloa Cartel leader was found guilty on Tuesday of all 10 counts in a US trial, including charges of drug trafficking, money laundering, weapons charges and murder conspiracy, and now faces life in prison at his sentencing hearing, scheduled for June 25. Prosecutors said he had pocketed nearly €12 billion ($14 billion) through these activities. The 61-year-old was accused of operating a drug-smuggling empire over the course of two decades and used violence against the Sinaloa cartel’s enemies.
This lady collapsed suddenly due to heart attack while delivering her speech as incoming president of a social club. She was immediately sent to hospital but unfortunately was pronounced dead on arrival. So sad. Pay attention at the 1:13 mark when she was rubbing her hands (due to lack of blood circulation). Doctor said that when you experienced coldness in extremities such as hands and shortness of breath, you have only 4 to 5 seconds before onset of heart attack. You have to quickly sit down and start taking very deep breaths to try saving yourself while getting medical help.
Another man was caught on a Ring doorbell camera licking a doorbell, this time at a home in Lake Worth, Fla. The video was recorded at 6:11 a.m. on Jan. 24, 2018. In the video, the man is standing outside the front door and then leans into the doorbell to lick it. He then licks it again, and again, and again. He then positions what looks like a stack of newspapers in front of the camera and points, but it is unclear what he is trying to point out in the papers. efore leaving, the man comes back to lick the doorbell even more. This is the second time recently a person was caught licking a doorbell. Ring doorbell camera captured a Salinas, Ca. man in January. In that instance the man licked the doorbell for three hours, according to the homeowner.
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A mountain trail in northern Colorado will remain closed for the rest of the week after a mountain lion attacked an unarmed trail runner, who killed the animal with his bare hands. The man was able to suffocate the animal while defending himself from the attack. He was then able to make his way to a nearby hospital, where he was being treated for serious but non-life-threatening puncture wounds to his arms, legs and back.
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