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A man stands amidst the rubble of a house, which was damaged by incessant rains in Srinagar. PHOTO: REUTERS Baseball players work out underneath blooming cherry blossoms in Tokyo. PHOTO: REUTERS Red deer are seen near the headstream of the Yangtze River in Yushu, Qinghai Province, China. PHOTO: REUTERS People try to stop water flowing through the gate of a flood channel after incessant rains in Srinagar. PHOTO: REUTERS Formula One driver Daniel Ricciardo of Australia drives during the first practice session at the Shanghai International Circuit, Shanghai, China. PHOTO: REUTERS US Navy guided-missile destroyer USS Porter (DDG 78) conducts strike operations while in the Mediterranean Sea which US Defence Department said was a part of cruise missile strike against Syria. PHOTO: REUTERS Residents search for valuable items from their destroyed houses, after a fire engulfed hundreds of shanties and thousands families lost their homes at a community of informal settlers as local media reported, in Bacoor, south of Manila, Philippines. PHOTO: REUTERS A Monarch butterfly (C) is seen reflected in a mirror as it rests on the ground during the official Inauguration of the month of the Monarch butterfly at Chapultepec Zoo in Mexico City, Mexico. PHOTO: REUTERS Venezuelan national guards walk behind a burning blockade during clashes with demonstrators during an opposition rally in Caracas, Venezuela. PHOTO: REUTERS Bubble artist Deni Yang performs his act during his Mega Bubblefest Laser Show at the Discovery Cube Science Centre in Santa Ana, California. PHOTO: AFP Kashmiri residents walk through floodwater [Read More…]
RIO DE JANEIRO: Carlos Alberto, captain of the Brazilian 1970 World Cup-winning side considered one of the greatest teams of all time, died on Tuesday aged 72. The right-back starred alongside Pele, Tostao, Jairzinho and Rivelino in the legendary Brazil team that beat Italy 4-1 in the 1970 final. He scored one of the best World Cup goals in the Mexico City final, running onto a Pele pass and smashing in a thunderous right-footed shot. Carlos Alberto died of a heart attack in Rio de Janeiro, according to Sportv, for whom he worked as a pundit. Tributes immediately poured in from around the world. “An example of leadership both on and off the field, a great friend who always treated me with great affection,” said former Barcelona, AC Milan and Paris Saint-Germain star Ronaldinho, a World Cup winner in 2002. Rest in peace eternal captain Stars from the time such as Germany’s World Cup-winning captain and coach Franz Beckenbauer and clubs around the world from Manchester City and Arsenal in the Premier League to Brazil’s top sides all expressed sadness. Born in Rio in 1944 “Capita”, as he was known in Brazil, played alongside Pele at Santos from 1966 to 1974 and at the New York Cosmos from 1977 to 1980 after beginning his career with Fluminense. “Santos mourns the death of idol Carlos Alberto Torres,” the Brazilian club said in a statement that decreed three days of mourning. “Thanks for everything,” the club added in a Twitter statement along [Read More…]
MEXICO CITY: Five young Mexicans killed last month by gang members with ties to local police were murdered after being mistaken for a rival cartel, a top security official said Tuesday, another possible case of corrupt law enforcement in league with organized crime. The individuals were killed in a particularly violent zone of Veracruz state known as Tierra Blanca, their remains dumped into a local river, deputy interior minister Roberto Campa said in an interview with broadcaster Televisa. “(The five young people) were burnt and then afterwards their remains were pulverized, certainly at a sugar mill, and they were then dumped into a small river,” said Campa. He said the confession from a state police officer provided confirmation of the killings. 11 killed at teen birthday party in southern Mexico A total of eight police officers have been arrested in the case, but investigators are still searching for six suspects believed to be members of the New Generation Jalisco cartel. Veracruz is home to various turf battles among rival cartels, including the hyper-violent Zetas. More than 100,000 people have been killed in Mexico’s drug war over the last decade as rival gangs fight over territory and smuggling routes to the United States. The post Five murdered youth in Mexico confused for cartel members appeared first on The Express Tribune.