An Indian forester was seriously injured in a fight with a bear, which he tried to protect from meeting with villagers, reports PenNews. Eyewitnesses filmed the confrontation of man and beast.
The incident occurred on the afternoon of March 21 in the vicinity of Karnil. Local residents reported to the Department of Forest Protection of the State of Andhra Pradesh about the new bear appeared on the shores of the reservoir Velugoda. The foresters managed to catch the clubfoot on the net, but when they tried to pull him ashore, the predator broke free and attacked the participating Vijay Kumar.
The frame shows how the beast rushes after its savior, drives it into the water and starts to tear it. Eyewitnesses came to the aid of the forester, who were throwing stones at the bear. On one of the men and the animal switched, throwing his victim in the water.
As a result of the incident, only Kumar was injured, he was taken to the hospital. The fate of the bear is not reported.
The final battle against the Islamic State in eastern Syria has left a sorry trail of destruction across the region, with whole communities devastated and rows of buildings flattened, as the full extent of war leaves a bleak sight in its wake.
The terrible cost of war is highly evident when driving through the town of Ash Sha'fah, the last stop before Baghouz, which remains the final area under Islamic State control in the heartlands of the territory it seized back in 2014.
The sheer devastation left by this chaos is staggering, with almost every house pummeled by heavy artillery after nearly three months of fierce fighting by the U.S.-backed Kurdish forces in their attempts to drive the final remnants of Islamic State out of eastern Syria.
A Yellow Vest protester waving a rainbow flag was knocked to the ground during a stampede in Nice today, as armed police put Paris' famous Champs-Elysees avenue into lockdown.
Shocking photos from the 19th week of anti-Macron violence across France show a group of protesters running from a police cordon outside of a restaurant.
A silver-haired protester is knocked to the ground in the rush to get away from police in riot gear.
Thousands of police fanned out across central Paris and other French cities today, with the government vowing to prevent a repeat of the rioting and looting seen in the capital last week.
Dozens of police vehicles, including armoured trucks and water cannons, encircled the Arc de Triomphe at the top of the iconic avenue, with officers searching people's bags and patrolling in front of boarded-up storefronts.
Authorities have banned demonstrations in a large area in the west of the city, which was the scene of last week's rampage by hundreds of black-clad agitators.
At the opposite end of the avenue access was completely blocked to the Place de la Concorde, near the presidential palace and the National Assembly, and two drones were flying over the capital to help officers track any protesters' movements.
A Georgia mother slashed her boyfriend with a sword last week after she walked in on him molesting her 5-year-old daughter,
The Twiggs County Sheriff’s Office said the mother, who was not identified, told deputies that she grabbed a large sword when John Lawarren Williams, 25, tried to escape the house and sliced him on one of his hands.
Williams had run away before deputies responded to the mother's call around midnight Thursday.
On March 7, Officers Brian Bailey and Chris Jefferson with the Street Crimes Unit responded to a call about suspected drug activity in the area of Race and Curtview. While searching, they encountered Rodney Fisher who was wanted in connection with the shooting death of David Marshall. As they approached Fisher, according to a release from the prosecuting attorney’s office, Fisher pulled a handgun on the officers. Bailey and Jefferson opened fire, hitting Fisher. An ambulance took him to a local hospital where he later died.
The officers were placed on administrative leave with pay while Arkansas State Police investigated the shooting. On Tuesday, March 19, Prosecuting Attorney Scott Ellington said the two men would not face prosecution. He did say, however, that it remained an “open investigation” until the state crime lab released all evidence, including an autopsy and toxicology report. On Friday, the Jonesboro Police Department released video of the shooting in addition to 911 calls made immediately afterwards.
Moms in a lot of ways are basically superheroes. From dealing with our crap for 9 months before we even enter the world, to being some of the strongest yet kindest people you know, Moms make the world go round. However, these adventurous moms took a chance and wound up instantly regretting it.
Farid Ahmed survived the shooting in Christchurch, but his wife was killed by the gunman. Hosne Ahmed was shot as she ran back into the mosque to try to save her husband, who uses a wheelchair. She was 44. Farid says he "cannot support what the killer did" but has "forgiven him."
A violent robber who tricked an 84-year-old woman into giving him a lift before shoving her out and taking her car has been jailed for 35 years.
Ross Dawson, 32, of no fixed address, carried out a string of violent robberies including holding cab drivers at knifepoint in two incidents, robbing a woman with the help of a female accomplice as well as aggravated burglary.
In the chilling attack on the 84-year-old woman, Dawson approached the car at her house in Romford, east London, and asked for a lift to hospital.
He claimed his pregnant wife was not feeling well on July 22, 2017, and the pensioner let them in.
But on the way Dawson forced her to stop on a secluded road, pushed her out of the car and sped away from the scene.
The incident was recorded on a passerby's dash-camera.
Dawson also dumped his 15-year-old female accomplice, who cannot be named for legal reasons, and she was arrested and found with a black handled, eight-inch kitchen knife in her handbag.
A group of U.S. Army Paratroopers, assigned to the 478th Civil Affairs Battalion, conducts an ocean jump from a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter into Biscayne Bay, Miami, FL., May 18, 2018. These paratroopers jump to stay proficient in their duties as paratroopers and to stay current on their jump status. (U.S. Army video by Staff Sgt. Austin Berner)
A chemical factory in eastern China’s Yancheng City exploded today (March 21), shaking buildings for miles around.
The dramatic video shows the residential buildings which are five kilometers’ away from the factory shaking while the glass windows shattering into pieces and flying onto workers when the blast happened.
In another clip, massive flames and thick smoke come out of the factory and rise into the air.
According to reports, the benzene in one production equipment exploded in the Tian Jia Yi Chemical Plant.
86 fire engines and 389 firemen were sent on site and 31 people have been rescued.
Every thief has their own tools of trade and methods of easily getting their hands on anything they desire. Most prefer the surprise attack method where they easily make away with valuables without alerting the unsuspecting owners.
On March 13, 2019 around 9:46 AM, Cape Coral Police were in the area of Vincennes Court and Miramar Street when Officer Cragin saw Christopher Pfister Jr. (W/M, DOB: 11/22/1994, 1408 SW 49th ST) who was know to him. Pfizer failed to stop at a posted stop sign while riding his bicycle so Officer Cragin got out of his patrol vehicle and yelled, “Police, stop.” At this time Pfister fled on his bicycle and looped around the Winn-Dixie grocery store parking lot before heading back towards Vincennes Court. Officers responded to the area and searched for Pfister.
A few minutes later, a resident at 1304 Miramar Street contacted police dispatch and stated that a white male matching Pfister’s description was observed running through her backyard and then hid in a staircase at her condominium complex. When the resident confronted Pfister he ran towards the back of the property and jumped into a canal. After swimming to the other side of the canal, Pfister was approached by Officer Maduro who commanded Pfister to stop but he ran away again jumping back into the canal.
For approximately the next half-hour, Pfister continued to elude police by refusing police commands to stop. Officers Maduro, Ledger, and Corporal Lemos approached Pfister who continued to evade police behind the residence of 5406 Coronado Parkway. Corporal Lemos commanded Pfister to stop before deploying his TASER. Pfister was then taken into police custody without further incident.
Pfister was charged with an outstanding warrant, Loitering and Prowling, and Resisting LE Without Violence. He was transferred to Lee County Jail.
A policeman was arrested for attacking a woman in the early hours of Thursday (21), in a cafeteria in Rio de Janeiro. Images of the security camera show the moment when the police officer, armed, arrives at the scene and attacks the owner at the counter.
According to the victim, his wife asked for a snack using an applicative. The food arrived different than the request, and the couple called to complain. There was a telephone discussion. According to the victim, the man said that he was a delegate of the Federal Police and said that he would go by car to arrest her.