Russian teen lovers commit suicide after police shoot-out

Russian teen lovers commit suicide after police shoot-out

Two Russian teenagers streamed themselves shooting at police officers on live-vlogging site Periscope before taking their own lives. The incident reportedly occurred after the pair had run away from their parents. Before the shooting was underway, Denis posted a photographs on Instagram showing guns, ammunition, walkie-talkies and dollar bills. They also left goodbye messages to friends and family on social media. Katya said they had acquired the guns from a safe in the cottage, which belonged to her stepfather, a former member of the military. The pair fled their homes three days previously after an argument with her mother, Katya says – at which point Denis shoots her in the leg with an air pistol. In the footage, Denis says: If we dont surrender, we die. But if we surrender, we will never see each other again. In a statement, Russian police said officers had not returned fire and had tried to persuade the pair to give themselves up. When they stormed the house, they found clear signs of suicide. Nov 15, 2016
Lack of Brexit plan is ‘dismal’  says John McDonnell

Lack of Brexit plan is ‘dismal’ says John McDonnell

The UK government has demonstrated a dereliction of duty by failing to plan properly for countrys split from the EU, John McDonnell has argued. Labours shadow chancellor launched the attack against Theresa May and her ministers after a leaked memo claimed the government had no single Brexit plan and that Whitehall was working on 500 projects related to the issue, while needing to hire 30,000 extra civil servants Nov 15, 2016