Two people have been arrested in connection with a metro train derailment in Moscow which left more than 20 people dead and injured scores more, Russia's Investigative Committee said Wednesday.The pair held on suspicion of violating transport safety rules are a maintenance foreman, Valery Bashkatov, and his assistant, Yury Gordov, a statement on the committee's website said.
Armenians in the US and around the world were needlessly alarmed by a recent article in the Turkish Hurriyet newspaper, titled: “Turkish Americans prepare ‘master plan’ for 2015.”No one should be surprised that the Turkish government and affiliated organizations worldwide have been earnestly planning to counter commemorative activities being organized by the Armenian government and the Diaspora for the Centennial of the Armenian Genocide on April 24, 2015.
The world’s oldest bottle of mineral water has been uncovered from the depths of the Baltic Sea by Polish.The 200-year-old flask, described as in a ‘good condition and still corked’, has the name ‘Selters’ inscribed in its stoneware.Polish archaeologists found the 12 inch (30cm) bottle in shipwreck lying 12.2 metres (40ft) below water in the Gdańsk Bay close to the Polish coast.
Rival Libyan militias battled for Tripoli International Airport on Sunday, leaving nine people dead and 25 others wounded, the government said.Shelling was threatening civilians as violence stretched along the airport road, which is dotted with residential neighborhoods. All flights in and out of the airport have been suspended.
Emotions were running high in Buenos Aires on Sunday night as Argentinian fans fought among themselves and started riots after their team lost the World Cup final.The chaotic scenes broke out after supporters witnessed their country lose 1-0 to Germany during Sunday night's clash.The loss - which came after a goal from Germany's Mario Gotze in the 113th minute - ended what was Argentina's best World Cup run for 24 years.