Saturday, September 6, 2014

Beheading Suspect Appears In London Court

Woman beheading
A man has appeared in court charged with the murder of 82-year-old Palmira Silva who was beheaded in north London.Nicholas Salvador, of Enfield, north London, is alleged to have killed the elderly woman with a machete in the garden of her home in Nightingale Road, Edmonton, on Thursday. Salvador, 25, was led into the glass-fronted dock with his hands cuffed behind his back, escorted by four uniformed police officers at Highbury Corner Magistrates' Court. He was remanded in custody to appear at the Old Bailey on Tuesday. He has also been charged with assaulting a police officer.
Salvador had been taken to hospital and remained under police guard before being questioned by officers and charged. Ms Silva was found collapsed in the back garden before being pronounced dead at the scene. The house in the busy street where Ms Silva's body was found became the scene of a major police operation after officers were called to the area. Metropolitan Police officers said after the operation that there were no signs of a link to terrorism. Tributes have been paid to the elderly woman of Italian descent who ran a nearby cafe.
Rotterdam, 06/09/2014-INC News

Alice Gross search: Images of five cyclists released

Five cyclists caught on CCTV riding past the last known location of a girl who has been missing for a week have been urged to contact police.Fourteen-year-old Alice Gross was last seen at 13:00 BST on 28 August when she left the family home in Hanwell.Scotland Yard said the "distant" images of the cyclists were taken along the Grand Union Canal moments before Alice walked past them at 16.23 BST.
Her mother told the BBC Alice had recently been diagnosed with anorexia.

Description of cyclists

  • A group of three cyclists and a further two riders were caught on CCTV on the Grand Union Canal at about 16:23 on 28 August.
  • Cyclist one: Light coloured / white top, light blue trousers, and possibly a light coloured cycling helmet. Thought to be a mountain bike.
  • Cyclist two: Light coloured top, light coloured trousers or shorts, with light and dark coloured shoes. May be a female's bicycle.
  • Cyclist three: Dark short sleeve top, dark shorts, light and dark shoes. Possibly a mountain bike.
  • Cyclist four: Dark top and dark trousers. Believed to be a mountain bike.
  • Cyclist five: Grey hooded top with hood up, dark trousers and riding a mountain bike.

Rotterdam, 06/09/2014-INC News

Morton Hall Immigration Centre detainees in 'disturbance'
Disorder has broken out among detainees at an immigration centre following the death of a man at the facility. Staff at Morton Hall in Swinderby, Lincolnshire, have withdrawn from the building to a "place of safety" and emergency services are at the scene. It is unclear what has caused the disturbance but it is thought to be connected to the death on Friday night. A Home Office spokesman confirmed an investigation had been launched.
Immigration and Security Minister James Brokenshire said: "Our thoughts are with the family at this very sad time. Deaths in removal centres are rare but tragic events.
Rotterdam, 06/09/2014-INC News

Iraq, cento bimbi in ostaggio dei miliziani Isis

Bambini iraqeni in ostaggio
Circa un centinaio di bambini sono tenuti in ostaggio dai miliziani dello Stato islamico (Isis) in un orfanotrofio di Mosul. Lo riferiscono fonti interne alla città al sito di informazione curdo Rudaw e spiegando che circa 45 bambini della minoranza degli yazidi e una cinquantina di sciiti sono tenuti in ostaggio nell’istituto di Dar al-Baraim nel quartiere di Zuhir. Una delle fonti ha spiegato a condizione di anonimato che estremisti dell’autoproclamato Stato islamico hanno portato i bambini yazidi e sciiti nell’orfanotrofio dopo aver preso il controllo della città di Talafar a giugno e di quella di Shingal ad agosto.

Rotterdam, 06/09/2014-INC News (via La Stampa)

Ebola: How bad can it get?

Ebola situation

This isn't just the worst single Ebola outbreak in history, it has now killed more than all the others combined. Healthcare workers are visibly struggling, the response to the outbreak has been damned as "lethally inadequate" and the situation is showing signs of getting considerably worse. The outbreak has been running all year, but the latest in an ongoing stream of worrying statistics shows 40% of all the deaths have been in just the past three weeks. So what can we expect in the months, and possibly years, to come?
Crystal ball gazing can be a dangerous affair. Particularly as this is uncharted territory, previous outbreaks have been rapidly contained, affecting just dozens of people, this one has already infected more than 3,900.Rotterdam, 06/09/2014-INC News

Search Continues for Texas Woman Who Vanished After Party

Texas woman vanished
The search continues today for a Texas woman who vanished after attending a party a week ago. Christina Morris was last seen in the parking garage of a shopping center in Plano, Texas. Friends and family have posted flyers and retraced her steps since her disappearance.
"Christina, wherever you're at, I miss you so much," her mother, Jonni McElroy, said through tears. Surveillance video captured Morris, 23, walking with a friend in the parking garage at 4 a.m. last Saturday. But Morris was never seen leaving the garage.
Rotterdam, 06/09/2014-INC News

How much safe special bacteriologic laboratories are? - Deadly plague and botulism microbes found in US lab


A number of long-forgotten deadly microbes have been uncovered in US government laboratories. The highly poisonous substances were found in a hunt triggered by the accidental discovery in July of vials of smallpox at a lab in the National Institutes of Health near Washington.
They included vials of ricin and pathogens that cause botulism, the plague and a rare tropical infection. The substances, some dating from nearly a century ago, have now been destroyed. Officials from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) said some of its laboratories were cleared to use poisonous substances and were checked regularly.
But the recent finds were from historical collections that were once allowed to be stored without regulation.
Rotterdam, 06/09/2014-INC News

Somalia on alert after al-Shabab leader Godane killed

Somalia is on alert for retaliatory attacks by the Islamist group al-Shabab, officials say, after the group's leader Ahmed Abdi Godane, 37, was killed in a US air strike. National Security Minister Kalif Ahmed Ereg said the country faced "desperate attacks" on government facilities.
The US confirmed the death of Godane in air strikes on Monday night that hit a vehicle and camp south of Mogadishu. Al-Shabab has not named a successor or even acknowledged Godane's death. Mr Ereg told reporters: "Security agencies have obtained information indicating that al-Shabab is now planning to carry out desperate attacks against medical facilities, education centres and other government facilities."
Mr Ereg "congratulated the Somali people" on Godane's death, adding: "The security forces are ready to counter their attacks and we call on people to help the security forces in standing against violent acts."
Rotterdam, 06/09/2014-INC News

Ashya King in 'perfect condition' for Prague treatment

Ashya King is in a "perfect condition" to travel to Prague for specialist treatment, the family lawyer has said. The boy's family has met medics to discuss plans for him to be sent from Malaga to the Czech Republic for Proton Beam Therapy treatment.
The Proton Therapy Centre has arranged for a medically-equipped private plane to take Ashya, five, from Spain.Doctors in Prague are to meet on Monday to review Ashya's medical notes and decide whether he can travel.The family's lawyer, Juan Isidro Fernandez Diaz, said: "He is in perfect condition to travel at the moment.
Rotterdam, 06/09/2014-INC News

Russia 'will react' to EU sanctions

Russia has vowed to respond if the European Union imposes new sanctions over the Ukraine crisis. The EU says the sanctions, targeting more Russian individuals, will come in on Monday but could be later suspended if Russia withdraws troops from eastern Ukraine and observes a current truce. 
Friday's ceasefire appears to be largely holding - but there were reports of shootings by both sides. Some 2,600 people have died since a pro-Russian rebellion began in April.
Rotterdam, 06/09/2014-INC News

German train drivers strike over pay and working hours

On strike German trains
German train drivers are set to strike for the second time in a week on Saturday as part of demands for higher wages and shorter working hours.
The three-hour walk-out by workers from the GBL union will affect passengers travelling on Saturday morning between 6 and 9 CET.
The union, which represents about 37,000 drivers,
conductors and shunters, wants a pay rise of 5 percent and the working week reduced from the current 39 hours to 37.
Rotterdam, 06/09/2014-INC News

Sierra Leone to impose lockdown as Ebola outbreak spreads

As an Ebola outbreak spreads out of control in West Africa, Sierra Leone has announced a four-day nationwide lockdown. People will be forced to stay at home between September 18 and 21 to stop the deadly virus from spreading. More than 20,000 people will be hired to enforce the lockdown. Thousands of police and soldiers already enforce the quarantining of entire towns near the the border with Guniea, Sierra Leone’s worst hit region.
More than 2,000 people have died of Ebola in the region during the last six months. The UN says nearly 500 in Sierra Leone are suspected and confirmed to have died from Ebola. The World Health Organisation and other experts around the world are rushing money and supplies to West Africa. The European Union has pledged 140 million euros to fight the outbreak.
Rotterdam, 06/09/2014-INC News

Chi si ricorda di Olindo Romano, della strage di Erba? - Olindo realizza 2 prototipi scacchiera

In carcere perche' condannato all'ergasto con la moglie Rosa Bazzi per la strage di Erba del 2006, Olindo ha avuto la capacita' di fare il prototipo di due nuove scacchiere con le quali poter giocare anche in quattro.

Potrebbero valere per il gioco degli scacchi e della dama: uno di questi è colorato con caselle verdi e bianche e, per poter giocare in più di due persone, Olindo ha ridotto il numero dei pezzi per ogni giocatore che ha a disposizione un solo Re, una sola Regina, un solo Alfiere, una sola Torre, un solo Alfiere e la metà dei pedoni. Al centro della scacchiera una rosa. L'altra è invece in bianco e nero e ha meno caselle rispetto a una comune ma, su ogni lato, ha un rettangolo con altre sei caselle. Dagli appunti presi in carcere, si capisce che Olindo, per custodire la scacchiera, una volta realizzata, pensa a una scatola di plastica colorata mentre pensa di sostituire i pezzi con degli animali, appunto il leone, la leonessa e altri. (ANSA).

Rotterdam, 06/09/2014-INC News

Maltempo sul Gargano

Gargano - Maltempo
Su tutto il Gargano è ripreso a piovere. Sulla costa, a Peschici, una decina di squadre dei vigili del fuoco sta operando insieme a carabinieri e volontari per rispondere alle tante chiamate di cittadini che segnalano allagamenti nelle abitazioni. A scopo precauzionale sono stati evacuati due campeggi.

Rotterdam, 06/09/2014-INC News (via ANSA AP)

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Rotterdam, 06/09/2014-INC News

Ma puo' un poliziotto fare un selfie in servizio??

Nel web sta diventando virale una foto che ritrae un poliziotto turco fare un selfie mentre un uomo tenta il suicidio.

La Scozia indipendente? La divisione potrebbe creare una grave crisi monetaria”

Riportiamo volentieri lo stralcio di un articolo della collega Monica Perosino, di La STampa e riguardante la possibile divisione della Scozia con la Gran Bretagna. Effettivamente anche noi la pensiamo come molti: Potrebbe esserci una grande crisi monetaria, non solo europea, ma internazionale.

Scozia e crisi monetaria

Rotterdam, 06/09/2014-INC News

Have a look of this video

What could be the difference between IS and SS (Gestapo)? What they need? Remove humanity not like them? This guy was lucky, but hundreds not, like in the time of SS and Judish 

Rotterdam, 06/09/2014-INC News

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