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The world's first Batman themed restaurant to open in London, with a menu inspired by the iconic superhero and a decor that transports customers to the dark and moody streets of Gotham City. The restaurant is a joint venture between Warner Bros. Consumer Products and a British company called Wonderland Restaurants.
Mexican detention center fire kills 38 as guards abandon migrants without release. Newly released footage shows guards at a Mexican detention center racing away from a massive fire that killed 38 migrants without attempting to free those trapped behind locked gates.
Nashville School shooting video of suspect released by police. On March 29, 2023, news outlets reported that police in Nashville, Tennessee, had released bodycam footage of a shooting that occurred at Covenant School on March 24, 2023. The shooting took place at around 10:15 am when a student entered a classroom and began firing a gun, injuring several students and one teacher. The shooter was eventually subdued by school staff and arrested by police.
Netanyahu survives no-confidence vote amid Israel protests. The government of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu survived a no-confidence vote in the Knesset, the country’s parliament, amid what is possibly the largest wave of demonstrations in Israel’s history.
The signs at Oxford Circus tube station have been changed for the PS5 launch. London's underground signs have been an iconic feature of the city for decades, but they have never looked quite like this before.
On March 25, 2023, former U.S. President Donald Trump repeats false claims during rally in Waco, Texas. During the rally, Trump made false claims about the 2020 U.S. presidential election, repeating baseless allegations of voter fraud and suggesting that the election was stolen from him.
Video shows hotel not changing bedsheets during pandemic! A video has emerged showing a hotel in New York failing to change bedsheets between stays, despite the ongoing pandemic. The footage, which was captured by investigative journalists from Inside Edition, has raised concerns about the hygiene standards of some hotels in the city.
Rahul Gandhi sentenced to jail for Modi 'thieves' remark. In a recent development in Indian politics, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has been sentenced to jail for his remark against Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The remark, in which Gandhi called Modi a "thief," was made during a 2019 election rally in the state of Maharashtra.
Police piled on Irvo Otieno before he died in custody. Struggling for air and pinned to the ground, the final moments of Irvo Otieno's life were caught on surveillance cameras at Central State Hospital in Petersburg, Virginia.
Indonesia cough syrup deaths lawsuit allowed by court bringing relief to families. An Indonesian court has granted permission for a class action lawsuit against the government and eight pharmaceutical companies following the deaths of over 200 children linked to contaminated cough syrup in 2022.
UK banking system is 'safe' after Credit Suisse rescue. The UK's central bank has stated banks are "secure" after regulators reached a rescue arrangement for Credit Suisse aimed at preventing anxieties over banks spreading.
Devastating Ecuador earthquake claims lives of minimum 15 individuals. At least 15 people have lost their lives and more than 400 are injured after a 6.7-magnitude earthquake shook Ecuador's southern coast.
Viral siblings who photobombed their dad on Live BBC News interview are all grown up. In 2017, a video went viral of two children who hilariously interrupted their father's live interview on BBC News.
Republican Senators Push Back Against DeSantis’ Stance On Ukraine Support As Non-Vital National Interest
Republican Senators Push Back Against DeSantis’ Stance on Ukraine Support as Non-Vital National Interest. In the lead-up to the 2024 presidential election, a fault line has emerged within the Republican Party over the issue of US support for Ukraine.
Japan Youtuber MP expelled for chronic absenteeism. Yoshikazu Higashitani, better known as GaaSyy, has made history as the first Japanese lawmaker to be expelled from parliament for never attending a single session.
Bakhmut battle rages on with heavy losses reported in ongoing Ukraine war. Moscow has been in a prolonged war of attrition to capture Bakhmut in eastern Ukraine. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky reports that Russian forces have suffered over 1,100 deaths with many more injured, but Russia claims to have killed over 220 Ukrainian service members in the past 24 hours.
1700s fox hunting club holds final meet following new law. A 1700s fox hunting club has held its last meet after the introduction of a new law banning the use of dogs to hunt and kill wild mammals. Scotland's historic Lanarkshire and Renfrewshire Hunt has called it a day after 252 years, in light of the new Hunting with Dogs bill, which restricts hunting wild mammals using packs of dogs.
3 arrests made after ‘sushi terrorism’ pranks outrage in Japanese restaurant. Japan is known for its rich cultural heritage, including its cuisine, which is widely regarded as one of the finest in the world. However, the country has been rocked by a recent wave of “sushi terrorism,” which has upended the restaurant industry and caused widespread panic among diners.