Mexican mayor weds crocodile called The Princess Play

Mexican mayor weds crocodile called The Princess

Huamelula Victor Aguilar, mayor of San Pedro, married the crocodile in a traditional symbolic ceremony on June 30. The ritual has been practised by the Chontal Indians since 1789, and is believed to bring about a good harvest. According to tradition, the crocodile is considered a princess. Jul 3, 2017
Massive 20ft deep sinkhole swallows couples car in St. Louis Play

Massive 20ft deep sinkhole swallows couples car in St. Louis

A giant sinkhole swallowed a car completely in St. Louis, Missouri. 25-year-old Jordan Westerberg returned from the gym with his fiancée to find his car had disappeared into the hole. The cause of the sinkhole is unknown as investigations continue. Jun 30, 2017
Dashcam footage released shows police officer assaulting motorist Play

Dashcam footage released shows police officer assaulting motorist

 This is the moment  Agent Joe Joswiak of the Buffalo Ridge Drug Task Force pulled over a motorist and assaulted him. An off duty police officer said Anthony Promvongsa was driving aggressively and called in Joswiak who pulled him over. The American Civil Liberties (ACLU) of Minnesota released dash camera footage of the incident on Thursday, June 23.Police have charged Promvongsa with various offenses, including two counts of assault with a deadly weapon and fleeing in a motor vehicle. The ACLU has called for an investigation into Joswiaks behavior and is working with Promvongsa and his criminal counsel.  Jun 24, 2017
Video Shows Aftermath Deadly Market  Blasts in City of Parachinar Play

Video Shows Aftermath Deadly Market Blasts in City of Parachinar

At least 15 people have been killed in twin blasts in the northwestern Pakistani town of Parachinar on Friday (June 23) according to government officials. The two blasts went off within three minutes of each other. People were at the market buying food for iftar, the meal breaking the fast in the evening during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan. No group claimed responsibility for the Parachinar blasts.In a separate attack on Friday, at least 13 people, including seven police officers, were killed by a suicide car bomber in Quetta which is about 100 km (60 miles) east of the border with Afghanistan. Jamaat ur Ahrar, a splinter group of the Pakistani Taliban, claimed responsibility for the Quetta attack. Jun 24, 2017