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Lockdown party in Belgium: A 21-year-old man dies while fleeing police



Updated April 11, 2021, 3:16 pm.

  • Eight people celebrated an illegal closing ceremony in an Antwerp hotel.
  • When the police arrived to disperse the gathering, a 21-year-old man fled from the window.
  • His downfall was fatal.

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In Belgium, a participant in an illegal lockdown party died while fleeing police officers. The local prosecutor said Sunday that when officials arrived to disperse a gathering of eight at an Antwerp hotel, the 21-year-old jumped out the window and fell to death. The authority has launched investigations into the “tragic accident.”

Resuscitation attempts were unsuccessful

Consequently, police attempts to revive the man were unsuccessful. The other party’s guests also tried to hide from the officials, who were summoned to the hotel after complaints of noise pollution.

at Belgium Strict communication restrictions are in place in order to contain the spread of the Coronavirus. Participants and organizers of illegal parties face fines ranging from 750 to 4,000 euros.

Antwerp Mayor Bart de Weaver was shocked. “The death of a person of this age makes us think seriously about the effects of long periods of lockdown on mental health, especially among young people,” Bilga news agency quoted him as saying. (ff / dpa)

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‘No longer sleeping on the street’ – a homeless man confesses to murder



Updated on Sep 24, 2021 at 5:51pm

  • A homeless man has confessed to murder in London after nearly 38 years.
  • The reason was that he no longer slept on the street.
  • The 58-year-old is said to have murdered the 50-year-old in 1985.

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For some strange reason, a homeless man in England has confessed to murder after nearly 38 years. “You know what, I’m homeless, I won’t sleep on the street anymore,” the 58-year-old said when he turned himself in to police. This was announced by the Royal Prosecution Service in London.

The man pleaded guilty in court on Friday for the murder of a 50-year-old man in December 1983. He killed him with a marble ashtray when he was disturbed by a comment from the other. Sentencing is scheduled for October 13.

The case was filed in 1985. But that changed about 35 years later. In the early morning of July 28, 2020, a tramp threw stones at a police station in London.

When an officer appeared, he confessed to Mann. During the investigation, officials were able to identify the DNA that was found on the cigarette butt at the crime scene of the alleged perpetrator. (dpa/ary)

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Peace treaty with Seoul?: North Korea welcomes push to end war



A peace treaty with Seoul?
North Korea welcomes efforts to end war

The Korean War was about 70 years ago, but the two countries on the peninsula are still officially at war. The government in Pyongyang now describes South Korea’s proposal to negotiate a peace treaty as an “excellent idea” — with some reservations.

North Korea is ready to resume talks with South Korea under certain conditions. The influential sister of North Korean ruler Kim Jong Un, Kim Yo Jong, described the renewed attempt by South Korean President Moon Jae-in to declare an official end to the Korean War (1950-1953) as a “fantastic and excellent idea”.

At the same time, South Korea has been accused of provoking North Korea in the past and has repeatedly criticized it. Kim was quoted by state media as saying that if South Korea drops its hostile stance, Pyongyang may have “constructive discussions” on developing the relationship.

During the general debate at the United Nations General Assembly in New York on Tuesday, Moon called for the resumption of talks with largely isolated neighbor North Korea as soon as possible. He also suggested that the two Koreas meet with the United States and perhaps four of them with China to officially declare the end of the Korean War after a cease-fire agreement in 1953. The Korean Peninsula is still at war under international law because a peace treaty has not yet been reached.

South and North Korea reopened their official communication links in July after a long radio silence. However, North Korea has stopped responding to calls from South Korea to protest joint South Korean-US military exercises in August. North Korea is under severe international sanctions for its nuclear weapons program. Negotiations between the United States and North Korea over its nuclear program have made no progress for more than two and a half years.

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Bloodbath in Tennessee: A man shoots in the supermarket



Massacre in Tennessee
A man shoots in the supermarket

Early in the afternoon, a man opened fire in a Tennessee supermarket. At least 14 people were shot and one died. Much more is in mortal danger. The motive for the shooting remains unclear.

An armed man opened fire in a supermarket in Tennessee, USA, killing at least one person. The accident occurred in the small town of Collierville in the early afternoon. According to preliminary findings, the shooter shot himself, the city police chief, Dale Land, said at a press conference.

According to the police, at least 13 people were shot dead, seriously injured and many in mortal danger. One person died. According to CNN, the alarm went off at 1:30 p.m. at the police station. When the special forces entered the building, they found several wounded. Then the officers moved from room to room to evacuate employees and clients. Lane reported that people locked themselves in offices or hid in refrigerators from the attacker. An employee was rescued from the rooftop.

“I’ve been in this field for 34 years and have never seen anything like it before,” Lynn said. The motive for the act is unclear. She added that the shooter’s car is now being examined. It is also checked whether the shooter has a connection to the supermarket. The police chief said the number of wounded and dead could rise.

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