Two suspects apprehended after one individual gravely injured with a blade.

The incident occurred in front of entrance number 3 of the Cora de Châtelineau, shortly before 3 p.m. According to sources, a fight broke out between three young people, with one of them being harassed by the other two for unknown reasons. The victim then used a bladed weapon against one of his assailants. Paramedics … Read more

one person died, 18 others were injured

A serious road accident in Antwerp on the night of Saturday to Sunday left one driver dead and 18 passengers injured, according to police spokesman Wouter Bruyns. The road accident took place around 4:30 a.m. at a crossroads in the Flemish metropolis. A minibus carrying British nationals was traveling at high speed when the driver … Read more

Two people injured after spectacular rollover on Mexican Army Boulevard in Gómez Palacio

A spectacular rollover that occurred last Saturday afternoon on the Mexican Army boulevard in the city of Gómez Palacio, left two people injured, one of whom was located unconscious. The events occurred around 6:30 p.m. last Saturday on the Lerdo to Torreón traffic lanes, just at the height of the vehicular bridge located over the … Read more

Barranquilla medical student wounded by a guacherna bullet

In the Reina Catalina Clinic of Barranquilla remains the young medical student Hernán Darío Rodríguez Urrea, of 18 years, who received a bullet impact to the head in the early hours of February 11, in the middle of a police procedure on 84th Street with Carrera 44 that took place after the night of Guacherna. … Read more

In the video… a “consultant” reveals a surprise about the ages of people with strokes during the winter… and “the spread of a dangerous phenomenon.”

Al-Marsad Newspaper: Arterial catheterization consultant Dr. Muhammad Al-Barqi explained that most heart attacks in Saudi Arabia during the winter season are for people between the ages of 30-40. He pointed out during statements to Al-Arabiya TV: “Reducing the rates of heart disease requires a society in which the rates of diabetes are low.” He continued: … Read more