Nearly an hour later, the same vehicle crashed into a second bus shelter in the Valentine arrondissement, killing one person. A 35-year-old driver was arrested at the scene, Reuters reported. The police haven't declared the incident as a terror attack. The paper did not name its sources and the police official could not confirm the report.
The 13.7 tonne Great Bell has sounded on the hour for 157 years, but last fell silent in August 2007 for a month. It will be the longest period that Big Ben , whose bongs are familiar to many people around the world due to their use in BBC radio and television broadcasts, has been silent in its 157-year history.
SUPO confirmed to Yle that it had received the information but said it had no concrete reference to violence. All of the victims were women, including the dead, except for two men who tried to fend off the attacker. The two people who died were both Finnish women, born in 1951 and 1986. The attack saw the centre of Turku cordoned off and increased security at Finland's airports and train stations.
MOSCOW-The U.S.is sharply cutting back visa services in Russian Federation after the Kremlin responded to fresh U.S. sanctions by capping the number of U.S. "The Americans are trying to turn Russian citizens against the Foreign Ministry leadership and Russian authorities, but [U.S.] steps have meant people can't calmly travel to America".
The Ulchi exercise, which is set to run through next Thursday, involves tens of thousands of South Korean soldiers. Michelle Thomas, a U.S. military spokeswoman, also highlighted the defensive nature of the drills. "The dual freeze approach is China's attempt at buck passing and moral equivalency between US actions and North Korean actions", Hass said. While some experts believe it may have the technology, others caution that even if it doesn't, North Korea should be taken at its word.
The agency has to protect 42 people with Trump in the White House, including 18 of his family members, compared to just 31 under his predecessor, according to USA Today . He told USA Today this would be at least for Trump's first term. However, the newspaper reported , that raised cap would still leave around 130 agents without being fully compensated for hours they have already served.