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Published: Thu, 26 Apr 2018 08:20:16 -0400

 



Woman trapped behind subway safety doors as train speeds byWoman trapped behind subway safety doors as train speeds by

Thu, 26 Apr 2018 08:00:06 -0400

A Chinese woman got trapped between the subway safety doors and a fast-moving train on Shanghai's underground line. The video, captured at Bao'an Highway Station on Shanghai Metro Line 1 on April 23, shows the commuter standing helplessly in the narrow gap in between the safety gates on the edge of the platform and the tracks as a train passes her by at high speed. According to local media, the woman forced the platform safety doors to try to get on a train because she said she was running late for work. However, the carriage doors of the train at the platform were not open, leaving her stranded in the tiny gap. Then the train departed. Fortunately, she was not injured. Investigations are still ongoing, according to local media.



First big memorial to the thousands of African-Americans lynched by whites opens in AlabamaFirst big memorial to the thousands of African-Americans lynched by whites opens in Alabama

Thu, 26 Apr 2018 07:50:01 -0400

Visitors to the new National Memorial for Peace and Justice first glimpse them, eerily, in the distance: Brown rectangular slabs, 800 in all, inscribed with the names of more than 4,000 souls who lost their lives in lynchings between 1877 and 1950. The memorial and an accompanying museum that open this week in Montgomery are a project of the nonprofit Equal Justice Initiative, a legal advocacy group in Montgomery. The organization says the two sites will be the nation's first "comprehensive memorial dedicated to racial terror lynchings of African Americans and the legacy of slavery and racial inequality in America." There is one column for each of the 800 U.S. counties where researchers uncovered lynchings. Most of the roughly 4,400 killings happened in the South, but states coast-to-coast are represented. Bryan Stevenson, the founder of the Equal Justice Initiative, said he wanted to create a space for people to confront and "deal honestly with this history," just as South Africa has sites about apartheid and Germany memorializes victims of the Holocaust. "We don't have many places in America where we have urged people to look at the history of racial inequality, to look at the history of slavery, of lynching, of segregation," said Stevenson, who is black. The memorial opens the same week that Alabama marks Confederate Memorial Day, an official state holiday in which state offices will close. Beyond the sculptures are the monuments to those who lost their lives to "racial terror" lynchings after the Civil War. A section of epitaphs gives the brief story behind some the names: - "Fred Rochelle, 16, was burned alive in a public spectacle lynching before thousands in Polk County, Florida, in 1901." - "David Walker, his wife and their four children were lynched in Hickman, Kentucky, in 1908 after Mr. Walker was accused of using inappropriate language with a white woman." Relatives of Thomas Miles Sr., a black business owner lynched in Shreveport, Louisiana in 1912, visited the site on Monday. First they visited the museum, where dirt taken from the site of several lynchings, including Miles, is displayed. Then they stopped by the memorial. "I was crying. I felt anger. I felt frustration. I wanted to talk. I wanted to be quiet. There were so many emotions," said Shirah Dedman, who grew up knowing only that her great grandfather was lynched and that her family had fled the South because of it. Other descendants of victims want to hope to make the trip to Alabama to see the memorial. The museum explores the eras of enslavement, lynching and modern criminal justice issues that are the focus of the Equal Justice Initiative's legal work. Several of the organization's clients are featured, including Ray Hinton, a man whose conviction was overturned after 30 years on Alabama's death row.



Ken Loach in anti-Semitism clash with Belgium's prime ministerKen Loach in anti-Semitism clash with Belgium's prime minister

Thu, 26 Apr 2018 07:50:00 -0400

Film director Ken Loach is to receive an honorary doctorate from the Free University of Brussels despite criticism of the university from Belgium's Prime Minister Charles Michel. Michel said in reference to the award that there should be no toleration of anti-Semitism. Loach has actively defended Jeremy Corbyn, who has been accused of harbouring anti-Semitism within the British Labour party. The university said it was sticking by its decision.



2018/04/25 Some @SAFTU_media members try to break into a store at the Luthuli House building and police intervene. 2018/04/25 Some @SAFTU_media members try to break into a store at the Luthuli House building and police intervene.

Thu, 26 Apr 2018 07:48:53 -0400

@SAFTU_media @IOL Police move @SAFTU_media members from the store and close the gates. & Some @SAFTU_media members try to break into a store at the Luthuli House building and police intervene. #SAFTUstrike @IOL



2018/04/25 Klerksdorp looting. 2018/04/25 Klerksdorp looting.

Thu, 26 Apr 2018 07:46:03 -0400

#NorthWestProtests #NorthWest #SAFTUstrike #SAFTU






At target buying tortellini organized stalker on isle3At target buying tortellini organized stalker on isle3

Thu, 26 Apr 2018 07:43:14 -0400

Was buying food and employee used head turn to rnm, openly. Hired and coerced and using technology it's pretty apparent.



Dolphin puts on a show by making a series of jumps out of the waterDolphin puts on a show by making a series of jumps out of the water

Thu, 26 Apr 2018 07:42:02 -0400

A diver in the Bahamas captured this incredible close encounter with a dolphin leaping in and out of the water. Experienced diver Bartolomeo Bove captured the footage of Atlantic spotted dolphins in 2015 in turquoise-green waters off the coast of tiny Bimini. With his camera, Bove tracks a dolphin as it heads towards the surface then follows it as it leaps out of the water. At one point in the video, Bove is so close the leaping dolphin's tail splashes his camera. Writes Bove: "One of the dolphins starts jumping out of the water and it looks like it is having good fun."



Awesome Fire Power of South Korean Navy...Awesome Fire Power of South Korean Navy...

Thu, 26 Apr 2018 07:35:48 -0400

Awesome Fire Power of South Korean Navy...






Cheeky monkeys sneak into hotel to steal tourists snacksCheeky monkeys sneak into hotel to steal tourists snacks

Thu, 26 Apr 2018 07:21:03 -0400

This is the amusing moment a family on holidays in Costa Rica receive the unexpected visit of two hungry monkeys to their apartment. The footage, captured on March 20, shows a monkey sneaking into the family's property to grab two packs of snacks on a table. ''Hi buddy, are you going to take the chips, really?'' a man can be heard saying in the background amid the uncontrollable laughter of his daughter. The cheeky then stands on the balcony to eats some crackers before jumping back to a tree nearby. A second eventually arrives at the scene and grabs the pack of snacks his mate left. ''We don't have any more. Your friend took them all,'' says the man. Later on, one of the monkeys can be seen eating more snacks whilst the other roams around.



Philippines car owner turns his Toyota into KITT from 'Knight Rider'Philippines car owner turns his Toyota into KITT from 'Knight Rider'

Thu, 26 Apr 2018 07:21:02 -0400

A car owner in the Philippines has modified his Toyota in a "Knight Rider"-style with flashing lights for stop, go, left, right and hazards. The owner wired up the funky system to his otherwise average Toyota. He is heard showing them off outside his home in Lapu-Lapu City, Philippines, on April 18 at 6pm. "Stop! Go!" says the owner as the "intelligent" car flashes red, then green, following his instructions. "Left signal, right signal," he says - and the car flashes its left signal and then left signal accordingly. "Knight Rider" was a 1980s TV series that starred David Hasselhoff in which his character, crime fighter Michael Knight, drove KITT, a souped-up Pontiac Trans-Am that could reach 300 miles per hour.