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    HORROR drone footage appears to show the moment a Russian armoured vehicle fires at a cyclist in Bucha. Harrowing images from the town after Vladimir Putin’s forces withdrew show bodies of civilians strewn on the road and in shallow graves - many with bound hands and signs of torture. 4The moment the Russian armoured opens fire on the cyclist 4After the Russian withdrawal, a person was seen beside a bike at the spotCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk The body of a person was filmed lying on the ground beside a bike recent days at the spot where the cyclist was last seen. Speaking at the UN, Ukraine’s president Volodymyr ­Zelensky claimed Russian troops have ripped out victims’ tongues, crushed people under tanks “for pleasure” during the war. He also said they raped and butchered mothers in front of their children. In the new video, the cyclist can be seen coming down the road, unaware of a Russian armoured column, with their distinctive Z markings, hidden by houses to their left. READ MORE ON UKRAINEDYING IN HELL Ukraine zoo 'to...
    Maskless students in California were allegedly barricaded inside their school's gym with lunch tables propped against the door with temperatures turned down as they protested Gov. Gavin Newsom's mask mandate.  A photo from one of the students at the Oakdale Joint Unified School District captioned, 'Locking us in,' shows the tables blocking the doors from the inside on Thursday, and school staffers could be seen standing by on the outside. The students said the staff members turned down the thermostat to 'freeze them out,' according to Reopen California Schools, but Oakland Police said the temperatures were not cold when a school officer responded to the situation, which is not under further investigation.    A follow up video shows the maskless students marching in the streets on their way to the district headquarters 'in protest' as people in the streets cheered, 'Let's go, Oakdale.'   The students in the district said they have chosen to go out without masks to follow Newsom's example after he showed himself masklesss at the NFC Championship Game last week.   Students took a photo of the barricade at the...
    New York City's new mayor on Monday vowed to end the scourge of gun violence plaguing his city - reviving a disbanded police unit, injecting cash into community projects, and vowing to dismantle weapons trafficking networks. On Friday a 22-year-old police officer, Jason Rivera, was shot and killed while responding to a domestic violence call in Harlem - the first officer killed by gunfire in the city since July 2017. Eric Adams, a former captain in the NYPD, who took over as mayor on January 1, said that Rivera's murder should act as a catalyst.  'We are going to do a lot more than pray. We are going to turn our pain into purpose,' he said in a City Hall press conference.  'We will not surrender our city to the violent few.' There have been 73 shootings so far this year in the city - an increase of 23.7 percent on last year. A total of 82 people have been shot, up from 67 in the first three weeks of 2021.  Eric Adams, the mayor of New York, on Monday...
    A SUSPICIOUS package has been found in Lafayette Square, just minutes away from The White House. The package was found just after 3pm on Friday afternoon, police said. 1Credit: Getty Images The Secret Service and Washington DC police responded to the reports, alongside the fire and EMS departments. Cops quickly closed off surrounding roads as they investigated the package. Lafayette Square, where the package was reportedly found, is just 0.1 miles from The White House. Most read in NewsNEW FACTS Nancy Grace predicts what Gabby autopsy will reveal once it is finally releasedMANIAC UNMASKED? Live updates as Zodiac Killer mystery 'solved' with top suspect namedMOST WANTED Laundrie's parents agree to help search as sleuths think he's in their garden'OUTRAGEOUS' Armed French cops arrest Brit for wearing 'wrong type of mask' on EurostarExclusiveVIOLENT PAST ‘Unmasked Zodiac Killer’ Gary Poste ‘pushed wife, 74, down the stairs'SOLO TRIP Mystery as Gabby vid was posted AFTER Brian left to 'empty storage locker' More to follow... For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. The Sun is your go to...
    JAKE PAUL shut down fighting Conor McGregor's training partner Dillon Danis but said he could 'handle that one in the streets'. The YouTuber has long feuded Danis and they even clashed in Los Angeles after launching water balloons at him in December. 3Jake Paul shut down fighting Conor McGregor's training partner Dillon DanisCredit: The Mega Agency 3Dillon Danis pictured with training partner Conor McGregorCredit: Social Media - Refer to Source Paul did offer Conor McGregor's training partner a fight in March, but the Bellator welterweight was injured with an ongoing knee problem. The social media sensation has since appeared to move on from the rivalry, but warned it could be settled outside of the ring. Paul, 24, said on the Last Stand Podcast: “I think it could happen, but again, it’s like he’s not a striker. "So you know after I beat Tyron, it’s like wow he just knocked out a five-time UFC champion who has knockout power. "Now he’s going up against some Jiu-Jitsu guy who isn’t a striker like it’s a hard...
    Unless you’re a truck driver, you probably don’t think much, or at all, about where semi trailers get parked. Like a lot of infrastructure, most trucking takes place out of sight and out of mind, in industrial areas or at warehouses on the edge of town. That’s why Andrea Jenkins, Ward 8 representative and Vice President of the Minneapolis City Council, took notice of all the trucks that started appearing in her neighborhood in recent years. They were nearly always there on South Nicollet Avenue, more appearing each year. So she began working on a solution. Article continues after advertisement City of MinneapolisMinneapolis identified areas where semi trucks are frequenly parked. The areas highlighted in purple are areas of concentrated poverty.“One of biggest problem areas in my ward is at Lake and Nicollet,” explained Jenkins. Almost any day, you go there and see tractor trailers lined up 30 deep on Nicollet Avenue. It really creates barriers for people to be able to see round corners and coming out of driveways.” Trailer parking woes Truck parking has become a minor nuisance in both...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – People from all over the county came together Saturday to take a stand against gun violence. “We are sick and tired of our children dying. Our families crying,” an eventgoer said. READ MORE: As COVID Cases Continue To Surge, Doctors Warn Of Long-Term Effects Gathering near Calder Casino in Miami Gardens, people wanted to send a message to make their neighborhoods safer. “It all starts at home. So the community could host certain events that promote mental health, that gets parents listening to their children more often. Parents more open minded to their kids’ specific needs. I understand that the main concern is putting food on the table. But mental health is an aspect parents need to look at as well because results could alter based on how the parents treat their children,” said Vanessa Blaise. READ MORE: Owner Of Master Franco’s Taekwondo Academy In Pembroke Pines Charged After Video Cameras Discovered In Bathroom Speakers like Blaise, a student at Miami Northwestern Senior High, says more people young people need to speak up when they see something...
    Mayor Bill de Blasio proudly boasted that his 'Safe Summer' program has driven down murder and gun attacks in New York City despite continued violent attacks that have plagued the streets on a daily basis.  In April, de Blasio unveiled his 'Safe Summer' program, a plan aimed at ending gun violence that focused on creating disincentives for young people looking to turn to guns by offering them positive alternatives.    During his daily briefing on Thursday, de Blasio proudly proclaimed that the program has been effective and said in the month of July the NYPD saw 'extraordinary successes' to curve violent crime.  Listing statistics from July, de Blasio noted that murders decreased by 49.1 percent and shootings were down by 35 percent across the New York City.  The NYPD made 383 gun arrests in July alone, up 133.5 percent compared to last July, the mayor said, while gun arrests in general have gone up 44.5 percent in 2021. While de Blasio touted the success of his program he failed to mention an ongoing string of violent incidents in the streets of the Big Apple this...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Stands against violence. This weekend, Chicago’s top cop has been hitting the streets for peace walks, just weeks after facing ire from aldermen over his handling of the violence in Chicago this summer. CBS 2’s Marissa Parra has been tracking the different events across the city. READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Severe Thunderstorm Warning; Strong Winds And Hail Possible It’s no secret that everyone has different ideas for how to stop the complex issue that is gun violence; on a federal, local and street level. But the message today was clear: breaking the cycle of violence will take a village. On streets that have seen blood, sweat, and tears, police officers, Supt. David Brown, city leaders, and West Side residents joined the “Keep Peace in the Streets Prayer March,” with a message for the community: “put the guns down” and “we love you.” It’s a message that hit home for mom Laquesha Guider as she drove past the crowd. “It gives me hope that one day the community will be back to normal, and that my son won’t...
    U.S. lawmakers are demanding an investigation into the 2019 Military World Games in Wuhan, China, where athletes complained of COVID-like symptoms and described the city as a 'ghost town' weeks before authorities admitted the spread of a new virus. Almost 10,000 international competitors from 100 countries took part in what is known as the 'military Olympics' in October 2019. But today the city is at the center of concerns the virus leaked from a virology lab triggering fresh calls for investigators to examine claims that athletes fell ill. 'One athlete from Luxembourg reported “nearly empty” streets in Wuhan during the games, recalling, "It was a ghost town" and "There were rumors that the government warned the inhabitants not to go out,"' wrote Rep. Mike Gallagher in a letter to the Pentagon first reported by the Washington Post. 'While anecdotal, these reports raise important questions about the timeline of the initial COVID-19 outbreak in Wuhan.' United States athletes entering the stadium during the opening ceremony of October 2019's Military World Games in the Chinese city of Wuhan. Multiple athletes...
    President Joe Biden made a special point to defend Asian-Americans - who have become victims of hate crimes throughout the COVID-19 pandemic - during his first primetime televised address.  In his East Room remarks, Biden called out the 'vicious hate crimes against Asian-Americans, who have been attacked, harassed, blamed and scapegoated.' 'At this very moment, so many of them, our fellow Americans, are on the front lines of this pandemic trying to save lives and still, still they are forced to live in fear for their lives just walking down streets in America,' Biden continued. 'It's wrong, it's un-American and it must stop.'    President Joe Biden defended Asian-Americans during his Thursday night primetime address, his first as president, calling hate crimes agaist Asians 'wrong' and 'un-American' Former President Donald Trump again used the racist term 'China Virus' in a statement sent out from his Mar-a-Lago office, taking credit for the U.S. government's swift vaccine effort   Biden's comments come one day after Trump, again, used the racist phrase 'China virus' in a statement taking credit for the swift development...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Chicagoans are being urged to take precautions following the massive snowfall as that snow begins to melt.Walking down most neighborhood streets, it's not hard to see the aftermath of last week's historic snowstorm, but in the next 24 hours, temps are expected to get above freezing. That means those snow piles and icicles will soon start to melt away, bringing a new host of concerns.RELATED: Light snow returns as DSS continues clearing snow from residential streetsConcerns over falling ice are one thing, but for homeowners, there are other things to keep in mind, especially with the wet snow to follow the melt."The concern would be collapsing roofs," said Rand Urban, who is a private contractor. "If you have an old garage, for instance, it's common for roofs to collapse."RELATED: How much snow can a roof hold? Estimate the weight on top of your homeThe warning didn't come soon enough for one home on North Oak Park Avenue in the Galewood neighborhood.The private contractor and handyman from Portage Park advises homeowners to take a general assessment of the...
    In an attempt to prevent the security forces from deploying, protesters blocked several axes with cars, claiming that they had broken down. Lhe anti-junta mobilization continues Wednesday in Burma with thousands of demonstrators in Rangoon despite fears of an escalation of violence, the UN rapporteur having been informed of deployments of troops in the city. Protesters marched towards the city center of the economic capital, responding to the call for a mass protest on Wednesday to urge the junta to return power and demand the release of Aung San Suu Kyi. On foot or on two-wheelers, they paraded in peace, displaying signs: “Fight for democracy”, “reject the coup”, “respect the law!” “. “Today we must fight to the end, show our unity and our strength to end the military regime. People have to take to the streets, ”a 21-year-old student told .. In an attempt to prevent the security forces from deploying, protesters blocked several axes with cars, claiming that they had broken down. For the moment, no significant presence of soldiers and armored vehicles was visible, according...
    A new Netflix documentary about the holiday film favorite Elf has revealed some surprising details from making the movie. In one episode of The Holiday Movies That Made Us, which debuted last week, the crew behind the 2003 Christmas classic share several behind-the-scenes secrets from filming. In addition to breaking down how they managed to make Will look so much bigger than the other elves in the North Pole, the documentary also reveals that Will's scenes on the streets of Manhattan weren't staged — and that the other people caught on camera were real New Yorkers, not extras. Secrets, revealed! In an episode of The Holiday Movies That Made Us, the crew behind the 2003 Christmas classic Elf share several behind-the-scenes secrets from filming Cute: In one memorable moment in the movie, Buddy the Elf spots a man in a matching red jogging suit and white beard, and excitedly taps him on the shoulder and calls him Santa Who knew? The filmmakers said that this man in a red jumpsuit wasn't an actor or an extra —...
    Organizers of New York City’s annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade who planned a scaled-back version of this year’s event due to the pandemic are limiting participation even further due to the sharp spike in COVID-19 case numbers across the Tri-State area. In a normal year, it takes between 8,000 and 10,000 people - from marching bands to float handlers to dancers - to stage the parade, which runs from West 77th Street and Central Park West to 34th Street and Broadway in Manhattan. But this year there will only be around 960 performers and staffers who will stage the parade. Earlier this month, organizers initially planned for 1,500 performers, but the recent uptick in COVID-19 cases prompted them to reconsider.  In normal times, an estimated hundreds of thousands of spectators would line the streets to catch a glimpse of the floats and balloons while many more would watch from the windows of the various hotels and apartment buildings along the way. Balloon handlers fight strong winds to prevent the large helium inflation of SpongeBob SquarePants from being carried away...
    Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot has come under fire for enforcing new stay-at-home orders just days after she was seen in a crowded street applauding the win of President-elect Joe Biden. “I think that we’ve been saying all along everybody has to take care, everybody has to take precaution,” Lightfoot told MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle Friday. “I will tell you in that big crowd a week ago, everybody was wearing masks.” “But yes, there are times when we actually do need to have a relief and come together and I felt like that was one of those times. And that crowd was gathered whether I was there or not,” she added. CHICAGO MAYOR ISSUES NEW STAY AT HOME ORDER, OFFICIALS ADVISE RESIDENTS TO CANCEL THANKSGIVING Chicagoans have been advised to stay home when possible and forgo social gatherings, including having people in their private residences, unless they are healthcare workers or childcare providers, as coronavirus cases spike in the Windy City. The city has also advised people to “cancel traditional Thanksgiving celebrations” – a call that has greatly frustrated people who saw...
    Tyra kept things casual while out and about with her boyfriend. Tyra Banks has showed off some uber-glamorous looks on TV over the past couple of weeks after replacing Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews as the new host of Dancing with the Stars, but she proved this weekend that she can keep things casual too. Tyra looked unrecognizable when she stepped out with her boyfriend Louis Bélanger-Martin on Sunday, September 27, as she rocked an all-camo ensemble to do some grocery shopping. In candid new photos that can be seen via The Daily Mail, Tyra went incognito in a baseball hat, aviator shades and a plain black mask that covered the majority of her face. The 46-year-old former America’s Got Talent host showed off her toned tummy in what appeared to be a plain black tank top that revealed her décolletage, but ditched the bright colors and sequins that have become synonymous with the ABC dance competition. Instead, she wore baggy camouflage drawstring sweatpants that revealed her bare ankles and just a sliver of her bare middle. She also sported...
    A ROBOT dog made by Boston Dynamics was filmed walking down a sidewalk in Canada freaking out Twitter. Spot, a yellow and black robot that walks on four legs like a dog, was filmed looking at two people filming it before moving on down the street. 2Boston Dynamics 'Spot' robot seen walking down a Canadian streetCredit: @bloodtear 2Twitter users were quick to comment about the freaky robotCredit: @bloodtear “Hello friend! I love you! I love you so much!” said one of the women filming the video posted Thursday by @bloodtear. The post quickly went viral, racking up more than 53,500 retweets as commenters quickly called it “terrifying” and drew comparisons to the Black Mirror episode Heavy Metal. “I would f**king destroy this thing with no hesitation,” @VinnyTheUHHH responded. Others hypothesized that the mechanical pooch will soon be weaponized against citizens. “They're going to put a gun on this thing in the next five years and make it patrol the street to shoot anyone who doesn’t pass it's suspicion check,” said @Psyco_Silver. The Boston Dynamics bot has already been employed by...
    Liberal documentary filmmaker Michael Moore called on Americans to get “out in the streets” and protest Republican Senators possibly pushing a Supreme Court nomination before the November election following the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Sunday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Weekends.” Moore said, “We are going to stop any effort on the part Trump, McConnell, the Republicans, to try and ram through some right-wing judge in —literally, it’s going to be in the days before the majority of Americans show up to throw Trump out of the White House. This is not going to happen. And it’s not going to not happen on its own, though. What I’m encouraging people to do this weekend is, umm, we need to be out in the streets. We need to be in front of the local offices in your states, where the U.S. senators have their local offices. We need protests out there every single day.” He continued, “We also need to contact our own people, Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer. You know, there’s a continuing resolution that’s coming up next week whether...
    President Donald Trump said on Fox News Monday that Joe Biden isn’t going to calm things down if he gets elected. Trump spoke with Laura Ingraham about the violence in U.S. cities and said, “They will take over. They will have won. If Biden gets in, they will have won.” He said that Biden’s “weak” and the people rioting will have “taken over your cities” for a “revolution” that “the people of this country will not stand for.” At one point Trump added, “I don’t even like to mention Biden because he’s not controlling anything.” “Who do you think is pulling Biden’s strings?” Ingraham asked. “Is it former Obama officials?” “People you’ve never heard of, people that are in the dark shadows,” Trump responded. Ingraham asked him what he means by that because “that sounds like conspiracy theory.” “They’re people you haven’t heard of,” he said. “They’re people that are on the streets, people that are controlling the streets.” He also claimed that there was someone who get on a plane “from a certain city” this weekend and the...
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