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Disappearance of Sunil Tripathi
Sunil Tripathi was a U.S. student who went missing on 16 March 2013. His disappearance received widespread media attention after he was wrongly named on social media as a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings. Tripathi had been missing for a month prior to the 15 April 2013 bombings. His body was found on 23 April
A body was found floating in the stretch of the Providence River behind the Wyndham Garden Providence hotel on 23 April 2013. Using dental records, it was confirmed to be that of Tripathi. The cause of death was not immediately known, but authorities said they did not suspect foul play.
#AUTHORITIES: Suspect stole officers gun, shot officer at #MIT, then Fled... Police looking for suspect with cowboy hat,” Diasgrandados tweeted.
stole a police SUV http://twitpic.com/d67xie
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Two suspects appear to have robbed a 7-11 in Cambridge, Mass. late Thursdat night before fleeing to the MIT campus. There, they shot and killed a campus police officer before fleeing to nearby Watertown. On the way, the suspects fired on police and reportedly dropped hand grenades from their stolen Mercedes. Once in Watertown, the suspects engaged in a firefight with Boston and Watertown police. Boston’s Channel 5 News reported that the suspects fired as many as 25 rounds in a single minute. Police managed to capture one suspect, and another appears to have been shot and taken to Beth Israel hospital
Update 3:10 A.M.: According to WFSB's Kevin Michael, Boston police have stated the names of both Boston Marathon bombing suspects over police scanner: Suspect one is Mike Mulugeta, and Suspect 2 is Sunil Tripathi. Police chatter should not be taken as official statements.
Update 3 A.M.: The Boston Marathon bombing suspect captured by police appears to be Sunil Tripathi, a student missing from Brown University, the Atlantic's Matt O'Brien reports.
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- 220 days ago via site
In April 2010 the Kitwe City Council authorities demolished some illegal structures at Kabala market in Nkana East. This brought a lot of tension in the area.
After protracted discussions and consultation a solution was found.
The marketers agreed to build new approved structures.
The shop above is the first to be almost complete, whilst many are still at slab level !
A determined mind always wins!
- 1342 days ago via site
Tranquility at Last !
Early this year Kitwe City Council authorities demolished a number of illegal structures at Nkana East Kabala market.
This left dozens of marketers without a means of livelihood.
After protracted political utterances, the matter was resolved by agreeing that construction of permanent structures is the only way forward.
Over forty permanent structures are currently being built.
There is progress on the construction of new and approved structures as shown above.
- 1370 days ago via site
Dilapidated Public Service Vehicles
Traffic Police Roadblocks have been known to be "personal" revenue collection points for some corrupt police officers. They have not in any way stopped unroadworthy vehicles to be on our roads.
The photo above shows a "door" of a minibus I boarded recently on one of the routes from Kitwe town centre. The locking mechanism is defective. To open the door, one has to pull an electric cable which improvised the actuating mechanism .
Members of the public who board these public transport vehicles don't seem to care either ! Is it not time we took interest in matters that affect our safety and health ?
- 1373 days ago via site
Uncontrolled Alcohol Consumption
A problem has recently emerged in Zambia regarding the uncontrolled consumption of alcohol by the general public.
The legal minimum age allowed for consumption of alcohol is 18 years.
In our towns and cities the availability of alcohol for sale is common. Anyone can walk into many bottle stores and bars to buy beer or spirits without questions asked.
The latest problem has been the availability of spirits that are sold in 60ml plastic satchets commonly known as to "Tujili jili". These are even sold on the streets and the youths are the major consumers of this type of alcohol.
This 60ml empty satchet of brandy, found thrown after use, is a common sight on roadsides and footpaths.
The country is sitting on a time bomb of alcohol related diseases such as liver failure, mental illness and even criminal activity.
What are authorities doing to address this problem ?
- 1419 days ago via site
Living Dangerously !
In a bid to make a living, some people have resorted to using all sorts of methods to do so.
A number of make shift garages have sprouted across our towns and cities.
This open air vehicle exhaust pipe repair Garage in Kitwe poses a danger to the residents whose homes are in close proximity to it.
Naked flame is used to repair exhaust pipes on petrol vehicles. There is no fire extinguisher nearby should a fire break out !
It is surprising that local authorities have turned a blind eye to such garages.
This is after they recently demolished nearby illegal market stalls !
- 1431 days ago via site