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Day: March 26, 2017

Mystery alien noises heard in the skies over Sweden: America and Belgium now captured in BRITAIN
ENGLISH, United Kingdom

Mystery alien noises heard in the skies over Sweden: America and Belgium now captured in BRITAIN

    Mystery alien noises have been baffling people across the globe from Sweden to America to Belgium and now they have popped up in Nottingham, England. Stunned Calvin Kirlew recorded footage on Tuesday from the window of his home, which appears to capture a strange noise coming from the sky. The sound, which has been described as grinding metal or trumpets, has been heard in other countries such as America, Bulgaria and Sweden but also in the UK and has been confusing people for a number of years. Mr Kirlew, a 24-year-old who works in marketing, told the Nottingham Post : I was amazed I actually managed to get it recorded. It was going on for about five or 10 minutes before I started recording and then it carried on for about another 30 minutes. Mr Kirlew added: It was comin...
London Westminster attack was over in just 82 seconds
ENGLISH, London

London Westminster attack was over in just 82 seconds

    The Westminster terror attack lasted only 82 seconds, Scotland Yard has said. Khalid Masood's attack began at 2.40pm on Wednesday, and was over by 2.41pm, according to a detailed investigation by the Metropolitan Police's Counter Terrorism Command. The car the terrorist was driving first mounted the northbound pavement on Westminster Bridge at 2.40pm and 8 seconds. Police say he then continued towards Bridge Street along both the footpath and road, before crashing into the Palace of Westminster's perimeter fence at 2.40pm and 38 seconds. The first 999 call to the Met was made at 2.40pm and 59 seconds. Masood then left his car and was shot by a police firearms officer inside the Palace of Westminster boundary at 2.41pm and 30 seconds. Deputy Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu...
Donald Trump’s presidency could be finished by Russia investigations: former NSA analyst says
America, ENGLISH

Donald Trump’s presidency could be finished by Russia investigations: former NSA analyst says

    Donald Trump could be forced to leave office over the investigations into his administration’s links with Russia, a former national National Security Agency (NSA) analyst has warned. John Schindler, a security expert and former counterintelligence officer, said that if the US President was to face an indictment over allegations his campaign team colluded with Russia to disrupt the presidential election, it could put an end to his presidency. Speaking to CBC radio, Mr Schindler said: If, not just people around him, but the president himself is facing possible indictment down the road, that could be a game changer. He could be removed from office for that, whether he wants to be or not. Mr Schindler said that with the FBI investigation, actions by Congress and a possible ind...
Blasts, gunshots near Sylhet militant den continues
Bangladesh, ENGLISH

Blasts, gunshots near Sylhet militant den continues

    Sound of big explosions and sporadic gunshots was heard from militant den Atia Mahal at Shibbari of South Surma upazila in Sylhet city from Sunday morning to afternoon amid joint forces’ operation that began on Saturday afternoon. The Army Para Commandos-led operation to the militant hideout that began at about 2:00pm on Saturday was continuing till filing of this report at 4:30pm on Sunday. Besides, the administration imposed section 144 in the areas adjacent to Shibbari area and law enforcers have tightened security in the city. Meanwhile, Army personnel rescued Josna Rani, an elderly woman, from a flat on the third floor of Atia Mahal at about 11:00am. Later, she was admitted to a hospital as she was ill. Earlier, a police officer and a leader of Bangladesh Chhatra leag...
President, PM pay homage at National Memorial
Bangladesh, ENGLISH

President, PM pay homage at National Memorial

    President Abdul Hamid and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina paid rich tributes to the martyrs of the War of Liberation by placing wreaths at the National Memorial in Savar on Sunday morning marking the 47th Independence and National Day. President Hamid first placed a wreath at the altar of the memorial followed by the Prime Minister. After placing the wreaths, the President and the Prime Minister stood in solemn silence for some time as a mark of profound respect to the memories of the martyrs of the Great War of Liberation in 1971. A smartly turned-out contingent drawn from Bangladesh Army, Navy and Air Force presented a state salute on the occasion, while the bugles played the last post. Speaker Dr Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury, ministers, advisers, mayors of Dhaka North and South ...