Two French football fans have died as violence erupted across the county following Les Bleus's World Cup victory over Croatia.
After the team celebrated their second ever World Cup win in Moscow, there were jubilant scene across France.
In Moscow, Emmanuel Macron was memorably pictured leaping onto a gantry to wildly celebrate a goal in a break from the usual presidential reserve.
But back at home, the joy turned to violence in several areas.
A total of 292 people were placed in custody across France, the Interior Ministry revealed.
The most violent disturbances took place in Paris on Sunday, where 102 people were arrested, and 92 taken to cells.
This is what it looks like when you constantly live under the threat of Islamic terrorism. This mother guards her children from rocket attacks that sent over 150 rockets into Israel from Gaza.
Watch what happens when this girl tries to explain why racism and white privilege are real. Nothing but "umm's" and stupid excuses like "because black people don't have power" aka... She believes only people in power can be racist. Which would mean black controlled cities like Baltimore are the only places you can find racists? Well, not exactly, because she doesn't believe anyone but white people can be racist. Despite admitting she herself benefited from the racist policy of affirmative action, even though she went to a mostly white school and had the same education as them... Yet still failed to make the grades to get into college without racist policies like affirmative action.
More of that so called Cultural Enrichment liberals are always talking about. Here Muslims are attacking a German restaurant because it serves alcohol to its customers.
Hillary Clinton may have visions of 2020 — if she can just keep her eyes open.
The failed presidential candidate started her speech to the American Federation of Teachers union on Friday in a bizarre way: by telling everyone how tired she was.
“Well, I’ll tell you,” she said, “I’ve been back there listening to Randi (Weingarten) and I’m so exhausted, I can barely stand here.”
Clinton flashed moments of bitterness and anger to the unionists gathered in Pittsburgh.
Receiving the Women’s Rights Award from the union, she railed on how she has been oppressed in life.
“When I was growing up, there were scholarships I couldn’t get, colleges I couldn’t attend, jobs I couldn’t apply for just because I was a girl,” she lamented.
She attacked the layout of classified ads in newspapers.
“It wasn’t so very long ago that classified ads were divided into ‘help wanted dash male,’ and ‘help wanted dash female,'” Clinton said.
She also criticized girls’ half-court basketball in school.
“They wouldn’t let us run on the full court,” she sniffed.
She fear-mongered in stark terms against the Trump administration and Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh.
“They’ve gutted funding for public schools and universities,” Clinton claimed, “and they’ve rolled back protections against discrimination for students.
After a lengthy broadside against Trump policies, she said, “They are trying to rip the heart out of America.
“They want to turn us into transactional units,” claiming Trump supporters want a “man-eat-man, woman-eat-woman” society.
“They want to turn us against each other. They want to divide and conquer,” she claimed.
At the conclusion of Clinton’s attacks, unionists applauded wildly.
A Democratic lawmaker posted a video of herself dancing to Drake's newly released song "In My Feelings" on Twitter Friday, urging the song's mysterious "Keke" to vote in November's midterm elections.
Rep. Joyce Beatty (D-Ohio) posted the half-minute video Friday afternoon, writing that the Trump administration's policies had her and other Americans "in my feelings."
"I don't know who Keke is but I want her to vote next November because this @WhiteHouse has me and many other Americans "in my feelings". #KekeMustVote #InMyFeelingsChallenge," Beatty wrote in a post accompanying the video.
In the video, Beatty steps out of a white car, dressed in an all-white suit and dances with two staffers.
Add one more arbitrary and capricious act of anti-Christian-censorship bigotry to the list of Facebook blocks.
The Gospel music group Zion’s Joy! posted its new song “What Would Heaven Look Like,” a purely spiritual Christian praise song, to Facebook, boosting it with a $100 purchase – only to see the song censored for “political content.”
In a statement, a Facebook spokeswoman said that its political ad policy is “new, broad and exists to prevent election interference, so we’re asking people with content that falls under those rules to simply get authorized and show who paid for the ad in order for it to run.”
“Separately, we made an error by deleting the original post,” the statement continued. “As soon as we identified what happened, we restored the post since it does not violate our Community Standards and have apologized to Zion’s Joy.”
The liberal media did all it could to boast about the "Huge Trump Baby Float" that was expected to take up the skies of London as Pres. Trump visited. Turned out it was smaller than a bouncy house and didn't even fly higher than 10-15 ft above the small crowd of anti-Trump protesters.
Meanwhile, tens of thousands of Pro-Trump rallies took over the streets of London, and the liberal media completely ignored them! Here is an example of how many showed up.`
Idiot Burglar Gets Stuck In Game Escape Room And Actually Has To Call 911 To Help Get Him Out!
A single ghost-like subatomic particle captured on Earth could finally help solve a cosmic mystery that has left scientists baffled for more than a century.
The high energy neutrino – the first of its type ever detected – was traced four billion light years to its source, a distant elliptical galaxy with a giant black hole at its heart emitting jets of light and radiation aimed directly at Earth.
Known as a 'blazar', this galaxy was the smoking gun that led astronomers to finally unravel the 100 year-old riddle around the origin of high energy cosmic rays.
These rays, which consist of fast-moving elementary particles, pepper Earth from space and pose a threat to astronauts, as well as the crews and passengers of commercial flights.
Discovering the ghost-like particle, which burst from the 'blazar' before the Earth formed, could provide an entirely new way of looking at the cosmos, scientists claim.
The neutrino discovery, published in the journal Science, points towards one likely origin – powerful jets of accelerated particles fired from the poles of rapidly rotating supermassive black holes.
Until now, the origin of high energy cosmic rays was a mystery to scientists.
Beyond cosmic rays, the latest finding could provide a new way of peering into the depths of the universe.
Like the discovery of gravitational waves in 2016, neutrinos could be a new 'messenger', carrying energy across the cosmos.
Neutrinos are the so-called 'third messenger', following light protons and gravitational waves.
Egyptian archaeologists have uncovered a 2,000-year-old burial shaft and mummification workshop buried deep underground.
Today experts shared details of their amazing discovery - after uncovering the shaft and 35 mummies in the south of Cairo in April this year.
Archaeologists are hoping their big find will provide a fresh insight into the oils used by ancient Egyptians to mummify the dead.
Hundreds of stone statues, jars and vessels used in the mummification process were excavated from the burial chambers.
The burial shaft is thought to be more than 2,000 years old and dates back to the Saite-Persian period - around 664-404 BC.
US President Donald Trump has been filmed running for cover as a paraglider flew over his Scottish golf course in a Greenpeace protest.
The paraglider carried a banner bearing the message 'Trump: Well Below Par' over the Turnberry course.
It flew three miles across the Ayrshire countryside at 9.30pm – minutes after Trump arrived at the course - before circling the lawn in front of the hotel where the US President is staying for the weekend, the Daily Record reports.
Footage shows Secret Service officers notice the paraglider and walk towards the President.
The 72-year-old then turns and walks away, bursting into trot as he disappears out of view.
WORLD leaders were forced to step in and help on Wednesday when European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker was seen stumbling and losing his balance ahead of a Nato dinner.
The European Union leader was stumbling so much that world leaders including the presidents of Finland and Ukraine, and the Dutch Prime Minister, were forced to hold him up.
Footage from the summit shows the 63-year-old being held up as he makes his way down the stairs.
But as Mr Juncker attempts to walk he stumbles backwards and loses his balance once again.
The European Commission President then had to be held at the arm in an effort to steady himself.
Prime Minister Theresa May walked past Mr Juncker and grinned, seemingly unaware that the European Commission President was struggling to stand unaided.
There are two kinds of villains in TV mystery shows. The plausibly sympathetic type and the smirking creep.
Peter Strzok had rehearsed all the lines of the plausibly sympathetic type. The character that James Comey is trying to play. A man so upright that he combs his hair every hour. But Strzok couldn't help that smirk. Every time he clashed with the impotent House Republicans barraging him with questions that he dodged or refused to answer, the smirk crept over his face and into his voice.
And what was meant to be one character became another character.
Public testimony of this kind is a performance. But Strzok couldn't helping letter his inner self, the one we got to know from his texts, slip through. Both slimy and self-righteous, he came out of the closet in moments like this exchange with Louie Gohmert that quickly went viral.
President Donald Trump refused to take a question from CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta during a joint press conference with British Prime Minister Theresa May on Friday, saying that he does not take questions from CNN and that the network is "fake news."
Trump took multiple questions from reporters during the press conference in Chequers, U.K., ranging from his upcoming summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki on Monday to his recent interview with The Sun, in which he criticized May and questioned the possibility of a U.S.-U.K. trade deal.
After Trump finished an answer, reporters in the audience raised their hands to ask another question, including Acosta, who interjected to ask a question since Trump criticized CNN. Acosta several times asked if he could pose a question, but Trump instead called on Fox News White House correspondent John Roberts.
Trump then addressed Acosta directly after he continued to try to ask a question.
"CNN is fake news. I don't take questions from CNN. John Roberts of Fox. Let's go to a real network," Trump said, shutting down Acosta.
Before the election, in July 2016, Justice Ginsburg criticised Donald Trump – calling him “a faker”. She later said she regretted making the comments.
“Think of what the press has done in the United States,” she said citing the Watergate scandal. “That story might never have come out if we didn’t have the free press that we do.”
Asked about the rise of the so-called “post truth world”, Justice Ginsburg said: “I am optimistic in the long run. A great man once said that the true symbol of the United States is not the bald eagle. It is the pendulum.
“And when the pendulum swings too far in one direction it will go back.
“Some terrible things have happened in the United States but one can only hope that we learn from those bad things.”
Justice Ginsburg said she was encouraged by the Women’s March, which saw millions in the US and around the world take part in anti-Trump protests.
“I’ve never seen such a demonstration – both the numbers and the rapport of the people in that crowd. There was no violence, it was orderly. So yes, we are not experiencing the best times but there is there is reason to hope that that we will see a better day.”
Justice Ginsburg has been on the Supreme Court since 1993 and – at 83 years-old – is the oldest serving member.
Asked how much longer she would stay in post, she said: “At my age you have to take it year by year. I know I’m OK. What will be next year?”
She added: “I’m hopeful however, because my most senior colleague the one who most recently retired, Justice John Paul Stevens, stepped down at age 90. So I have a way to go.” – BBC
Nicaragua protests spurred on by government welfare cuts. The cuts might have been the spark, but the fuel has been building up for years. Is Nicaragua attempting to go into a full-on dictatorship? Is Nicaragua doomed to repeat the mistakes of Venezuela? What, if anything, should the US do?
Venezuelan police have been getting more brutal towards those they are supposed to be protecting. As the Socialist dictator clamps down on all forms of protest against his rule the police in the socialist country have begun brutally assaulting and even murdering their own citizens. Here is an example of a group of women simply trying to voice their outrage over the arrest of a man who was simply trying to protest of the socialist government. When the women get close to the police officers, watch what happens!
Riots in La Paz, Bolivia intensified as university students threw Molotov cocktails and rocks at police officers. Protests have been ongoing for weeks as university students are demanding an increase in their school budget. The violence escalated after a protesting student was killed during one of the protests on May 28. The cause of death is disputed by both sides.
At least 70 people, including BAP leader Siraj Raisani, have been killed in an apparent suicide attack near a corner meeting of the Balochistan Awami Party in Mastung.
Over 70 people were injured in the attack.
Siraj Raisani, a BAP leader and the brother of former Balochistan CM Nawab Aslam Raisani, was contesting the election for provincial assembly seat PB-32.
Sarfraz Bugti, the former Balochistan home minister, has confirmed Siraj’s death.
“My brother and dear friend Nawab Siraj Raisani is no more with us,” Bugti tweeted.
Scott Dozier is scheduled to become the first death row inmate in the United States to be executed with the synthetic opioid fentanyl on Wednesday, and he’s fine with that. “I think it’s awesome.
I mean, it’s killing people all over the place,” the convicted murderer said of the drug, in an exclusive interview with VICE News from Ely State Prison in Nevada.
“You guys get pharmaceutical grade fentanyl and just bang me up man. Use a shit ton.”
A South Carolina woman stared down the hulking monster who kept her captive in a shipping container for 65 terrifying days.
The showdown occurred in a courtroom where Kala Brown, 32, came face to face with convicted serial killer Todd Kohlhepp for the first time since his 2016 capture.
Brown was found chained inside the shipping container hidden by dense woods on Kohlhepp's sprawling 95 acre South Carolina ranch.
Distressing footage has emerged appearing to show soldiers in Cameroon executing two women and two young children after accusing them of being Boko Haram militants.
The graphic video shows two women, one with an infant strapped to her back, being led by a group of uniformed men across a patch of dusty scrubland.
After hitting one woman across the face, a soldier shouts: "You are BH, you are going to die."
The women are blindfolded and told to sit down alongside their children. Moments later, two men step back, level their rifles and fire a series of rounds.
The authenticity of the video has not been verified and the footage is being investigated by Cameroon authorities, Reuters reports.
Like Brazilians, Saudi Arabians hurl sticks and stones at the bus carrying the World Cup soccer team that just recently lost their chances at winning it all.
Troubling allegations of domestic violence were brought upon Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy on Tuesday, as his girlfriend's friend shared graphic images of the assault. McCoy has denied the allegations.
McCoy's girlfriend, Delicia, is shown in the picture with cuts and bruises across her face. The picture was posted by Delicia's friend, Mia, but was later deleted.
The caption on the post reads: "@shadymccoy is THE DEVIL!!! YOU ARE AN ANIMAL!!!!!! We didn’t say anything about how you beat your dog “Henny” into kidney failure. Let’s not talk about all the times my best friend had to stop you from VICIOUSLY beating your son for small things like peeing in the bed. We kept quiet about your drug usage ... all the ILLEGAL steroids and needles you were using, but we will not keep quiet about this!!!!!! I can’t believe you did this to my best friend!!!!! YOUR KARMA IS GOING TO BE SO REAL!!!!!! The world needs to know what type of animal you really are!!!!!!! This was just her yesterday on the left and now this morning this is her on the right!!!!"
George Lopez gave Donald Trump's Hollywood star his version of the No. 1 treatment ... unleashing a massive fake pee stream all over it.
The comedian -- who has made no bones about his beef with the Prez -- was in Hollywood Tuesday and coincidentally found himself right in front of Trump's star on the Walk of Fame. After chatting up fans, George decided to unload his water bottle a la fake pee on Trump's marker.
Adult film actress Stormy Daniels, who gained notoriety after suing President Donald Trump following an alleged affair, and two other women were arrested in Columbus.
Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, was performing at Sirens Adult Entertainment Club on Cleveland Avenue in north Columbus. According to an arrest report, Daniels began dancing at about 11:30 Wednesday night. During her performance, officers in the club said they witnessed Daniels using her bare breasts to smack patrons. The officers also said they observed Daniels fondling the breasts of female patrons.
The report says when the officers approached the stage, Daniels held the face of the female officer between her breasts. It also says she did the same to a male officer. The report says Daniels fondled the buttocks and breasts of another officer. At that point, court documents say a fourth officer exited the club to request assistance to make an arrest.
Miranda Panda of Marion and Brittany Walters of Pickerington were also arrested. All three were charged with three counts of "Illegally Operating Sexually Oriented Business - Employee Knowingly Touch Any Patron," according to online court records.
Following the disappearance of Rep. Tom Reed's (R-N.Y.) campaign signs, members of his campaign team placed electronic tracking devices inside the lawmaker's signs to catch the alleged thief.
A tracker in one sign led them to the home of Gary McCaslin, a liberal activist and leader of the anti-Reed group Citizens for a Better Southern Tier.
A video released by Reed's office shows Reed campaign manager Nicholas Weinstein confronting McCaslin at his house.
This new emotional footage shows several moment of the 'operation the world never forgets'. Rescuers successfully saved 13 people trapped in a cave in Thailand being trapped for 18 days.
72-year-old Florida man Howell Lamar Morris was arrested & charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after chasing down his neighbor with a tractor.
A local homeless man with no arms has been charged by authorities with stabbing a tourist from Chicago.
Alien life could exist on a planet 11 light years away from Earth called Ross 128b because it may be temperate enough to hold liquid water.
That's according to a new study from Brazilian researchers that have been examining the planet since it was discovered last year.
The planet is believed to be a rocky world sitting inside the "habitable zone" of its parent star.
"Although Ross 128b is not Earth's twin, and there is still much we don’t know about its potential geologic activity, we were able to strengthen the argument that it's a temperate planet that could potentially have liquid water on its surface," said Diogo Souto, of the Observatório Nacional in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in a statement .