Investigation Urged into Fatal Use of Force Against Protesters in Peru

Lima, Peru – Amnesty International has called for a thorough investigation into the use of lethal force by security forces in Peru, which resulted in the deaths of 49 individuals during protests from December to February. The organization urges the Attorney General’s Office to look into all those who ordered or condoned the use of deadly firearms, particularly targeting those at the highest levels of authority. According to Amnesty International, the victims of the lethal …

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University of Georgia Nursing Student Laken Riley Dies from Blunt Force Trauma

ATHENS, Georgia – A tragic incident unfolded when Laken Riley, a 22-year-old nursing student at the University of Georgia, was found dead on campus last week. The local coroner confirmed on Tuesday that Riley died from blunt force trauma to the head. Riley had gone missing after failing to return from a jog, prompting a concerned friend to raise the alarm. Following a search, authorities discovered Riley unconscious and not breathing in a wooded area …

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Russian Missile Strike Hits Ukraine’s Kropyvnytskyi District: Air Force Reports

Kropyvnytskyi, Ukraine’s Air Force reported a missile strike launched by Russians on Sunday night, February 25. At 18:48, the city of Kropyvnytskyi faced the attack that sparked an air-raid warning in Odesa Oblast. Explosions were heard in different areas like Poltava and Kropyvnytskyi, causing concern among residents. Andrii Raikovych, Head of the Kirovohrad Oblast Military Administration, confirmed the explosions in Kropyvnytskyi during the air-raid alert and assured that information on the aftermath was being verified. …

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Former Air Force Officer Claims to Have Found Amelia Earhart’s Plane in Pacific Ocean Expedition

The latest discovery in the longstanding mystery surrounding the disappearance of aviation pioneer Amelia Earhart has captured the attention of the public. Former U.S. Air Force intelligence officer Tony Romeo claims to have found what he believes to be Earhart’s plane during a recent $11 million expedition of the Pacific Ocean. Using an underwater drone, Romeo collected sonar images that he believes show a blurry object resembling Earhart’s Lockheed 10-E Electra, the aircraft she flew …

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Hope Renewed for Families of Missing Naval Employees as Possible Wreckage of Missing Indian Air Force Plane is Located

The possibility of discovering the remains of eight Naval Armament Depot employees on the Indian Air Force AN 32 transport plane that went missing over the Bay of Bengal in 2016 has been reignited. The plane disappeared after departing from Chennai with 29 personnel on board, including six crew members. Of the 23 personnel, eight were from NAD in Visakhapatnam, traveling to Port Blair for repair work on the CRN-91 weapon system aboard INS Ballimalv. …

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Indian Air Force Transport Plane Wreckage Found Eight Years After Mysterious Disappearance

Chennai, India – The Indian Air Force announced on Friday that it may have discovered wreckage from an An-32 transport plane that vanished over the sea nearly eight years ago with 29 individuals on board. The aircraft, which was en route to the remote Andaman and Nicobar Islands, lost contact with air traffic control 15 minutes after taking off from an air force base near Chennai. Despite search and rescue efforts at the time, no …

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Ontario Task Force Collaborating with Global Law Enforcement in Poison Seller Kenneth Law Probe

Toronto, Canada – Ontario police are intensifying their investigation into Kenneth Law, an alleged poison seller charged with multiple counts of murder. The task force leading the investigation is collaborating with law enforcement agencies around the world, including the U.S. FBI and the U.K.’s National Crime Agency. According to York Regional Police Insp. Simon James, Law has been charged with 14 counts of second-degree murder, in addition to the 14 counts of aiding suicide that …

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Ellsworth Air Force Base B-1 Lancer Crashes During Training Mission – All Crew Members Safely Eject

ELLSWORTH AIR FORCE BASE, South Dakota – On Thursday evening, a B-1 Lancer from Ellsworth Air Force Base crashed during a training mission. All four crew members on board safely ejected, the Air Force announced. The bomber went down at approximately 5:50 p.m. local time while attempting to land on the installation, according to a statement from the 28th Bomb Wing at Ellsworth. The aircrew members ejected safely, and a board of officers will investigate …

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Tragic Plane Crash Claims Lives of Three Former Afghan Air Force Members in Oregon, Investigation Rules Out Technical Malfunctions

INDEPENDENCE, OREGON – A tragic plane crash claimed the lives of three former Afghan Air Force members who were training for a commercial license in Oregon, USA. This devastating incident, which occurred two weeks ago, highlights the risks faced by former Afghan forces receiving training in the U.S. The ill-fated crash occurred when the pilot decided to return to a small airport against the advice of his flight instructor, despite low visibility due to adverse …

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