Canada Germany: the crazy driver who had killed six people in 2020, sentenced to life prison
Today in History for Aug. 14: On this date: In 1040, King Duncan of Scotland was murdered by Macbeth, who became king and ruled for 17 years. In 1811, Paraguay declared its independence. In 1814, British General Sir Gordon Drummond's forces were repulsed in a night attack against the American garrison at Fort Erie. In 1848, a clause in the Act of Union, making English Canada's official language, was repealed. In 1861, Montreal was badly flooded. One quarter of the city was under water. In 1877, the Northwest Council issued an edict protecting the Canadian buffalo. In 1900, international forces entered Peking (now Beijing) to put down the Boxer Rebellion.
under the influence of alcohol, he had rolled at high speed in a pedestrian street of Trier, overthrowing passers -by in his pathCourt - Under the influence of alcohol, he had rolled at high speed in a pedestrian street of Trier, overthrowing passers -by in his path
Bernd Weimann will remain behind bars until the end of his life. This 52-year-old Germanwas sentenced this Tuesday to life and an obligation of psychiatric care by the regional court of Trier (Rhineland-Palatinate). In December 2020, this man suffering from Psychosis aboard his 4х- $. He had then without discernment the passers -by.
DRC: an attempted infiltration of weapons in a thwarted prison
© AFP - Junior D. Kannah Congolese police and UN soldiers are sticking to Makala prison in Kinshasa, July 2 2013 (Illustration Image) The weapons were intended for one of the condemned for the murders of Floribert Chebeya and Faithful Bazana. His alleged accomplice is a high officer of the army who claimed to want to deliver works to him. The administration discovered the pot with roses and the delivery man was made at the stop.
Five people, including a baby, were dead. Many other passers -by had been injured and a sixth victim died almost a year after the attack.A "general hatred of humanity"
during the trial which lasted a year, the prosecutors argued that the accused had planned the attack with the intention of "killing or injuring as many people as possible ». Expertise prepared before the trial determined that he was suffering from paranoid schizophrenia.
The accused could only deliver an approximate and sometimes contradictory story of events. Investigators excluded any political, terrorist or religious reason at the time, and none were established during the trial.
According to the accusation, the crazy driver felt frustrated by his personal situation. Before the attack, he had no fixed address and lived in his vehicle, developing a "general hatred of humanity".
Canada will return remaining gas turbines covered under sanction exemption, Joly says .
Foreign Affairs Minister Mélanie Joly says Canada still plans to return five turbines used in a Russian natural gas pipeline — despite the fact that the company operating the pipeline refused to accept one turbine that has been returned to Germany already. In July, the government granted an exemption to ship six turbines undergoing maintenance in Montreal back to Germany to be subsequently handed over to the Russian state-owned firm Gazprom, which operates the Nord Stream 1 pipeline that provides Germany and other European countries with natural gas.