The suicide-bomber who detonated outside an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester last night killing 22 people – including an eight-year old girl – and injuring 59 more, has been named as 22-year old Salman Abedi. The attack happened at just after 10:35 last night, moments after Ariana Grande finished her set. The singer was one of
Despite many of us growing up with a stuffed-bear as a friend, in reality they can be pretty scary animals. I’m sure you’re familiar with Leo DiCaprio’s Oscar winning role in The Revenant. If so, you’ll remember that a bear almost sends Leo’s character to an early grave. Despite his miraculous recovery, the take home
Fans of Stephen King were positively giddy on social media today after the second trailer dropped for the upcoming It adaptation. It’s fair to say it’s an absolute scare-fest, with several social commentators claiming it’s the creepiest trailer of all the year. Let’s set the scene: a turn of events leads to the Losers’ club to
Everyone from Daniel Radcliffe to a room full of U.S. construction workers to Kim Jung-Un have been critical of Trump’s behaviour recently, so it’s no real surprise that many believe he’s the worst president in U.S. history. Despite us all becoming used to huge amounts of Trump criticism, certain jibes go above and beyond the norm. That
Just the other day I asked a group of friend what they thought the biggest news story of our lifetime was. Almost everyone said 9/11. It’s pretty much impossible to argue that any event has had such a dramatic and profound impact on today’s world as that shocking day. Although half of Americans believe some kind of
Caption Phillips drew international attention on an issue what’s seldom discussed in western media: piracy. I’m not talking about illegally watching movies, but a far more sinister issue that’s plagued the shipping industry for years. Yesterday, U.S. Defence Secretary Jim Mattis told reporters at a military base in the African nation of Djibouti there that had
It was a $5.35 order of McNuggets and fries that ultimately led to the death of Steve Stephens in Pennsylvania on Tuesday. Stephens was on the run since Easter Sunday when he shot and killed 74-year old Robert Godwin Snr, before uploading the horrific video to his Facebook profile. Stephens didn’t know Godwin, nor had
Steve Stephens a behavioural health worker from Ohio who allegedly shot and killed a 74-year old stranger on Easter Sunday may have alerted the authorities to his whereabouts. Stephens has been on the run since 2pm on Sunday, but a ping from his cellphone has been detected in Erie, Pennsylvania – approximately 100-miles East of Cleveland.
Steve Stephens was driving down a road in Ohio on Sunday when he selected a 74-year old man at random. He jumped out of his car and shot the stranger in the head while broadcasting the brutal and unprovoked attack on Facebook Live. The horrendous footage stayed live on Facebook for three hours before being deleting.
Earlier this month, worrying reports from Russian newspaper Novaya Gazeta claimed that hordes of gay men in the Chechen Republic had been “sent to prison camps” in an attempt to “cure” them of their homosexuality. According to Novaya Gazeta, gay men have been “illegally detained, beaten, tortured, electrocuted and forced to sit on bottles”, in what they