Dozens arrested at anti-corruption protests in Russia

Dozens arrested at anti-corruption protests in Russia

Dozens have been arrested at anti-corruption protests across Russia. Protesters in Moscow, Novosibirsk and Vladivostok amongst others demanded the resignation of Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny was arrested during a protest in central Moscow. The Kremlin called the protests illegal and riot police attempted to disperse protesters. Mar 26, 2017
Dozens arrested at anti-corruption protests in Russia

Dozens arrested at anti-corruption protests in Russia

Dozens have been arrested at anti-corruption protests across Russia. Protesters in Moscow, Novosibirsk and Vladivostok amongst others demanded the resignation of Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny was arrested during a protest in central Moscow. The Kremlin called the protests illegal and riot police attempted to disperse protesters. Mar 26, 2017
One dead as gunman opens fire at Cincinnati nightclub

One dead as gunman opens fire at Cincinnati nightclub

At least one gunman has killed one person and injured 14 others in a shooting. The attack took place at around 1am at Cameo nightclub in Cincinnati. The shooter or shooters have not been captured or identified yet. Police are interviewing witnesses, but many fled in the chaos of the attack. Mar 26, 2017
Hong Kong escalator reverses without warning, sending shoppers tumbling

Hong Kong escalator reverses without warning, sending shoppers tumbling

An escalator accident has injured at least 18 people at a shopping mall. The escalator at Langham Place suddenly reversed and sped up. Dozens fell over and tumbled down the escalator.One man suffered a serious head injury. The escalator was only recently inspected and the cause of the accident is unknown. Mar 26, 2017
Sewol disaster ferry fully lifted from sea

Sewol disaster ferry fully lifted from sea

Salvaging the sunken South Korean ferry Sewol continues. The boat was successfully loaded onto a semi-submersible vessel. It has been recovered from a depth of 44 metres.The ferry will now be taken to Mokpo port for inspection. More than 300 people were killed on 16 April 2014, when the Sewol ferry capsized. Mar 26, 2017