Friday, May 29, 2015
Una vera folla di persone si è lanciata in strada a Londra per aiutare un ciclista rimasto schiacciato sotto a uno dei famosi autobus a due piani inglesi. L’incidente è avvenuto durante l’ora di punta, e i passanti si sono radunati intorno al bus, di circa 12 tonnellate, per cercare di sollevarlo. Anche i negozianti della strada si sono precipitati fuori per prestare aiuto, anche molti clienti di un ristorante sulla strada hanno lasciato il cibo nei piatti per accorrere a dare una mano. L’incidente è accaduto in Hoe Street, a Walthamstow. L’uomo che stava guidando un monociclo e è stato investito dall’autobus, è stato trasportato all’ospedale e le sue condizioni sono definite gravi.
INC News, 29/05/2015 - via Repubblica
Bomb threat received at FIFA congress in Zurich
Authorities were alerted around 11 a.m.
local time, police spokesman Marco Cortesi confirmed. FIFA also acknowledged receipt of the threat to news website handelszeitung . ch.
Local journalists reported that they were forced to leave their places at the venue.
Blast outside mosque in Saudi Arabia, fatalities reported
Three people were killed in eastern Saudi Arabia after a suicide bomber tried to enter a Shiite mosque, witnesses told Reuters. It is the second attack of its kind in a week.
A witness identified as Ahmed said a "quick explosion" happened near the al-Anoud Mosque. He did not know the cause of the blast.
A sudden volcano eruption on the small southern Japanese island of Kuchinoerabu-jima has forced authorities to raise the alert to the highest level and advise evacuation of the immediate area. Although there were no reports of injuries or damage, the authorities have decided to evacuate some 150 residents of the small island, NHK national television reports.
A radioactive leak has been detected at India’s capital IGI Airport, Press Trust of India reported. Radioactive material was spotted on-board a flight from Turkey. The contaminated aircraft of Turkish Airlines has been parked in the cargo terminal of Delhi's Indira Gandhi International (IGI) airport. The area has been cordoned off.
The source of radioactivity turned out to be a container with medical equipment
.India’s Union Minister of Home Affairs Rajnath Singh has confirmed that the leak has been plugged.
INC News, 29/05/2015 - via RT