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Sand artist Sudharshan Patnaik created a sculpture paying tribute to the victims of the deadly attack in Nice, on a beach in Puri, Friday.
Video footage from the aftermath of Friday night’s clashes shows a police officer coming to the rescue of a soldier who was stuck in a tank and surrounded by an angry crowd.
It is not clear from the video what happened in the moments leading up to the confrontation. In the footage, a man attempts to drag the soldier out of the tank as people throw debris at him, but the soldier manages to resist.
After delivering a few kicks to the soldier’s head, the man leaves him alone as a cloud of tear gas engulfs the tank.
The soldier, who appears dazed, while coughing and struggling to escape the smoke, puts his hands in the air as a sign of surrender.
A police officer wearing a gas mask then comes over to the tank and shouts at the crowd. He pulls the man out of the tank, embraces him and carries him to apparent safety.
Around 50 soldiers involved in an attempted military coup in Turkey surrendered on one of the bridges across the Bosphorus in Istanbul on Saturday, abandoning their tanks with their hands raised in the air.
Primate archaeology is a new and unusual-sounding field, but it has revealed ancient evidence of some clever and dextrous monkey culture.
Researchers from Oxford University, working in Brazil, found ancient “nut-cracking tools” – 700-year-old stone hammers that capuchin monkeys used to open cashew nuts.
One of the researchers, Dr Lydia Luncz, explains how the team found evidence of these “Stone Age monkeys”.
Footage of capuchin monkeys courtesy of Tiago Falotico
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan came first statement on the military coup. CNN Ankara representative of the Erdogan, who broadcast live via phone Hande Euphrates, came out against the coup; Accused of parallel structures. Erdogan said, “I invite you to challenge our nation,” he said. Erdogan said, “I certainly do not believe that the coup would be successful“.
COUP ATTEMPT Turkish military declares takeover of country, top officials reportedly taken hostage
Olympic anthems really have only one job: to pump you up. They must do so by soaring, reaching for the stars, energizing, exciting, motivating and stringing together the kind of uplifting word jumble that you only hear once every four years. Sure, they’re pretty corny, but it’s hard to stick the landing on one that will last beyond the Olympics fortnight and not drive you crazy at four a.m. when your insomnia has you watching the trampoline quarterfinals.
It didn’t take long for another video depicting police violence in communities of color to begin circulating. In Rhode Island, two officers were caught on a cellphone recording brutally dragging a Latina down stairs and across a cement driveway by her hair while smashing the woman several times in the face.
The incident, which occurred on May 23 in Providence, a largely Dominican neighborhood, has been gaining attention after footage of the attack was uploaded on Facebook last week.
In the graphic video, Officer Michael Place is heard yelling “get the f**k up” to exotic dancer Carolinmar Torres while yanking the woman from the steps of a front porch. He is then seen slamming her head on the side of the house.
Houseguests, alarmed by the violence, can be heard yelling in English and Spanish. In the video, one screams “what the f**ck?” as another tries to physically quell the situation. The man, currently unidentified, is quickly punched to the ground by a second officer.
According to police reports, someone at the residence called 911 because Torres and another woman were breaking glass on the porch. When the officers arrived, they allege that Torres “became combative,” trying to strike one with an open hand. The cops claim they became forceful once another woman tried to jump on Place’s back.
The video, as with most recordings of police violence, does not show the lead-up to the attack, but should the officers’ claims be true, it still does not absolve them from the excessive force used to arrest Torres.
That hasn’t stopped the Providence Police Department from already trying to justify the officers’ conduct, however.
“Some of the reports I have subsequently read and reviewed after the video came out and then reviewed the video again, so it’s not as shocking,” Providence Public Commissioner Steven Pare said in a statement to NBC 10 News. “Without rushing to judgment, and opining whether it’s justified, whether there could have been other tactics, we need to get all the facts first.”
Police Chief Colonel Hugh T. Clements, Jr. was also hesitant to call the cops’ behavior excessive.
“The people creating the scene at that location were breaking things in the apartment, so the people who called the police were in complete fear. Officers needed to take control,” he said.
While neither officer is currently facing disciplinary action or on administrative leave for the brutal attack, Torres has been charged with a felony assault on an officer.
Moment police stormed and killed truck driver
Scores of people have been killed and dozens more injured after a truck plowed through a crowd during Bastille Day celebrations in Nice, in what has been called “the worst attack” in the city’s history. A truck driver has been killed by police
50 Cent Says Donald Trump as President Would Be Just Like Kanye West as President
Add Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson to the list of celebrities not voting for Donald Trump. The rapper visited Conan on Wednesday night to chat about the 2016 election, his bankruptcy woes and getting arrested in St. Kitts.
While promoting the third season of Power — which premieres Sunday on Starz — 50 Cent compared Donald Trump’s campaign to the possible campaign of Kanye West in 2020. “I like the idea of him running,” Jackson said of Kanye. “That’s a lot of responsibility. It’s the same thing with Trump.”
First Moment of Truck Terrorist Attack in Nice, France
On the evening of 14 July 2016, Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, a Tunisian resident of France, deliberately drove a 19-tonne cargo truck into a crowd celebrating Bastille Day on the Promenade des Anglais in Nice, killing 84 people and injuring hundreds more. He was shot and killed by police. The incident was described as the third major terrorist attack in France since January 2015, following the Île-de-France attacks on 7–9 January 2015 and the Paris attacks on 13 November 2015.