•   
  •   
  •   

World More Vietnamese fear relatives are among 39 dead in truck

10:00  26 october  2019
10:00  26 october  2019 Source:   msn.com

And the bride wore sparkles! First look at Jennifer Lawrence and Cooke Maroney as a married couple as they leave their haunted Rhode Island castle wedding venue after partying with A-list guests including Sienna Miller and Kris Jenner until 5.30am

  And the bride wore sparkles! First look at Jennifer Lawrence and Cooke Maroney as a married couple as they leave their haunted Rhode Island castle wedding venue after partying with A-list guests including Sienna Miller and Kris Jenner until 5.30am The happy couple left from the rear entrance to Belcourt Mansion in Newport, Rhode Island after 12 hours of festivities at the historic home.This is the first look at Jennifer Lawrence and Cooke Maroney as a married couple as they left their wedding venue after partying with A-list guests until 5.30am, as seen in pictures obtained by DailyMail.com.

HANOI, VIETNAM - More Vietnamese families came forward Saturday with information their relatives may be among the 39 people found dead in the back of a container truck in The BBC reported it had been in contact with six Vietnamese families who feared their relatives are among the victims.

Hanoi: More Vietnamese families came forward Saturday with information their relatives may be among the 39 people found dead in the back of a container truck in The Vietnamese Embassy in London said Friday that it contacted police about a missing woman feared to be one of the dead .

HANOI, Vietnam (AP) — More Vietnamese families came forward Saturday with information their relatives may be among the 39 people found dead in the back of a container truck in southeastern England.

Driver dies days after pickup collided with small plane

  Driver dies days after pickup collided with small plane Patrick J. Schounard died from injuries he suffered when a single-engine aircraft attempting to land collided with his pickup truck in Wisconsin.Patrick J. Schounard, 51, of Greenleaf died Sunday from injuries he suffered when a single-engine Aeronca 7AC aircraft flown by John Fiddelke collided with Schounard's pickup truck on a Brown County near Martins Aerodrome.

Hanoi, Vietnam : More Vietnamese families came forward Saturday with information their relatives may be among the 39 people found dead in the back of a container truck in The BBC reported it had been in contact with six Vietnamese families who feared their relatives are among the victims.

As many as 20 Vietnamese citizens are feared among 39 people found dead in a truck in Britain this week, families and community organisers said Saturday, as one of Several Vietnamese families now fear their relatives , who may have been carrying falsified Chinese passports, are among the victims.

British police initially said they believed the victims were Chinese but acknowledged this was a "developing picture."

Police on Friday arrested three people on suspicion of manslaughter and conspiracy to traffic people. The 25-year-old driver of the truck remains in custody on suspicion of murder.

In Vietnam, the father of 20-year-old Nguyen Dình Luong feared his son was among the dead.

He told The Associated Press he had not been able to reach him since last week, when he told his father he would join a group in Paris that was trying to reach England.

"He often called home but I haven't been able to reach him since the last time we talked last week," Nguyen Dình Gia said. "I told him that he could go to anywhere he wants as long as it's safe. He shouldn't be worry about money, I'll take care of it."

Trump claim brings new pain to relatives of lynching victims

  Trump claim brings new pain to relatives of lynching victims Willie Edwards Jr., a black truck driver, was killed by Ku Klux Klansmen who forced him to jump off a bridge in Alabama in 1957. Two years earlier, white men had bludgeoned black teenager Emmett Till to death in Mississippi. No one went to prison for either slaying. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.

HANOI, Vietnam (AP) — More Vietnamese families are coming forward with information their relatives may be among the 39 people found dead in the back The 25-year-old driver of the truck remains in custody on suspicion of murder. In Vietnam , the father of 20-year-old Nguyen Dình Luong feared his

Thirty - nine people, many of them believed to be Vietnamese , were found dead in a truck container in southeastern England.Credit Andrew Testa for The Relatives comforting Nguyen Thi Huan, 55, the mother of 20-year-old Nguyen Dinh Luong, who is feared to be among the 39 people found dead on

He said his son left home in central Ha Tinh province to work in Russia in 2017, then on to Ukraine. In April 2018, he arrived in Germany then traveled to France. He told his family that he wanted to go to the U.K.

Luong's older brother, Pham Dình Hai, said that Luong had a tattoo of praying hands on a cross on his right shoulder. The family said they shared the information with local authorities.

The Vietnamese Embassy in London said Friday that it contacted police about a missing woman feared to be one of the dead. An embassy spokesman said it was contacted by a family in Vietnam who says their daughter had been missing since the truck was found.

The BBC reported it had been in contact with six Vietnamese families who feared their relatives are among the victims. Relatives of 26-year-old Pham Tra My told the broadcaster they had been unable to contact her since receiving a text Tuesday night saying she was suffocating.

The Latest: UK police get 24 hours to question truck driver

  The Latest: UK police get 24 hours to question truck driver British detectives investigating the deaths of 39 people found in a refrigerated truck in southeastern England have been given an additional 24 hours to question the driver on suspicion of murder. 3:10 p.m.

More Vietnamese families have come forward with information their relatives may be among the 39 people found dead in the back of a container truck in southeastern England. British police initially said they believed the victims were Chinese but acknowledged this was a "developing picture".

LONDON — More Vietnamese families came forward Saturday with information that their relatives may be among the 39 people found dead in the back of a container truck in southeastern England. Police are questioning four people in connection with the tragedy as they grappled with one of the

"I'm so sorry mom and dad....My journey abroad doesn't succeed," she wrote. "Mom, I love you and dad very much. I'm dying because I can't breathe .... Mom, I'm so sorry."

China said it could not yet confirm the victims' nationalities or identities. There was speculation circulating online in Vietnam that the victims may have been traveling on false Chinese passports.

"The police said that they were urgently carrying out the verification work and the identities of the victims cannot be confirmed at present," said Tong Xuejun, a Chinese consular official in London.

"We hope the British side can verify the victims' identities as soon as possible," he said. "What I want to stress is that no matter what their nationalities are, this incident is a huge tragedy which arouses attention of the international community to issues of illegal immigration."

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said Chinese authorities were also seeking information from police in Belgium, since the shipping container in which the bodies were found was sent to England from the Belgian port of Zeebrugge.

4th suspect arrested as UK truck deaths case probe deepens

  4th suspect arrested as UK truck deaths case probe deepens A fourth person was arrested in connection with the deaths of 39 people found in the back of a container truck in southeastern England, British police said Friday as the investigation into one of the country's worst human smuggling cases geared up. LONDON (AP) — A fourth person was arrested in connection with the deaths of 39 people found in the back of a container truck in southeastern England, British police said Friday as the investigation into one of the country's worst human smuggling cases geared up.

Dinh Luong, who is feared to be among the 39 people found dead on a truck in Britain earlier this who say their relatives went missing in Britain, according to a Vietnamese state-run news outlet. While Vietnam is increasing spending on health and social benefits, many still do not share in the

More Vietnamese families are coming forward with information their relatives may be among the 39 people found dead in the back of a container truck in The 25-year-old driver of the truck remains in custody on suspicion of murder. In Vietnam , the father of 20-year-old Nguyen Dình Luong feared his

British police believe the truck and container took separate journeys before ending up at the industrial park. They say the container traveled by ferry from Zeebrugge to Purfleet, England, where it arrived early Wednesday and was picked up by the truck driver and driven the few miles to Grays.

The truck cab, which is registered in Bulgaria to a company owned by an Irish woman, is believed to have traveled from Northern Ireland to Dublin, where it caught a ferry to Wales, then drove across Britain to pick up the container.

Groups of migrants have repeatedly landed on English shores using small boats to make the risky Channel crossing, and migrants are sometimes found in the back of cars and trucks that disembark from the massive ferries that link France and England.

But Wednesday's macabre find in an industrial park was a reminder that criminal gangs are still profiting from large-scale trafficking.

The tragedy recalls the deaths of 58 Chinese migrants who suffocated in a truck in Dover, England, in 2000 after a perilous, months-long journey from China's southern Fujian province. They were found stowed with a cargo of tomatoes after a ferry ride from Zeebrugge, the same Belgian port featured in the latest tragedy.

In February 2004, 21 Chinese migrants — also from Fujian — who were working as cockle-pickers in Britain drowned when they were caught by treacherous tides in Morecambe Bay in northwest England.

Vietnam arrests 8 in connection with discovery of 39 bodies in truck in UK .
Eight suspects have been reportedly arrested in Vietnam in connection with a case in the United Kingdom in which 39 people were found dead in a truck near London. Police in Vietnam's Nghe An province detained the individuals on Sunday on charges of organizing people smuggling overseas, according to the country's state-run newspaper, Thanh Nien.

Topical videos:

usr: 0
This is interesting!