Shocking accident caught on camera: KSRTC bus rams into two-wheeler, killing one on the spot [Video]
North Korea has released Otto Warmbier. The University of Virginia undergraduate was detained in North Korea in January 2016 for attempting to steal a slogan banner from the restricted areas of the hotel. He was sentenced to 15 years of hard labor. Warmbier confessed he tried to steal the banner because he was offered a used car worth $10,000. Secretary of state Rex Tillerson announced that the student is on his way back home to Cincinnati. The release comes amid former NBA star Dennis Rodmans return visit to the North Korea, though Rodman claimed the detained Americans are not his purpose. There are currently 3 more Americans detained in North Korea.
Jun 15, 2017
Kochi Metro inauguration: 'Modi step back, we want Sreedharan' chants grow strong after PM's security issue crops up
London police have confirmed12 casualties as of now, but the death toll is likely to rise.
Jun 15, 2017
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