Trespasser caught on CCTV sniffing womans underwear on washing line

Trespasser caught on CCTV sniffing womans underwear on washing line

Oskana Panich, from Mandurah in Western Australia, recorded six minutes of footage of the man in her garden on 5 May, and posted it to Facebook in an attempt to identify him. She told Storyful, I just want to find this pervert. The trespasser can be seen smelling her underwear on the washing line and walking around her garden, before calmly leaving the scene. Panich was sat in the house watching a film with her son at the time. May 9, 2017
South Africa protests turn violent as white farmers accused of killing black teen are bailed

South Africa protests turn violent as white farmers accused of killing black teen are bailed

Houses were set on fire and shops owned by white people were looted during the latest riots in Coligny, a farming town in northern South Africa, on 8 May, following the bail of two white farmers accused of killing a black teen. Last month, businesses were looted and four houses, three trucks and a tractor were burnt in protests sparked by the boys death. May 9, 2017
Protesters take to French streets after Emmanuel Macron victory

Protesters take to French streets after Emmanuel Macron victory

Protesters who didnt believe in either of the candidates in the French presidential election took to the streets on 7 May to voice their frustration in having to vote for someone they did not support. The victory for Emmanuel Macron over Marine Le Pen comes amid one of the lowest turnouts in recent French history with 25% of voters abstaining. May 8, 2017
Chinese navy ship that foiled pirate attack on bulk carrier hands over suspects to Somalia

Chinese navy ship that foiled pirate attack on bulk carrier hands over suspects to Somalia

Three suspected pirates were handed over to Somali authorities by the Chinese navy. The pirates had tried to attack a merchant ship in the Gulf of Aden when they were captured.Indian and Chinese naval vessels nearby responded to the crews call for help. The three suspects will be tried on piracy-related charges.The number of attacks have declined since 2013, following tightened security on shipping but attacks spiked again this year following a severe drought in Somalia. May 6, 2017