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World Shocking 'then and now' pictures of Switzerland's glaciers reveal how much ice has melted since the 1800s

11:43  08 december  2019
11:43  08 december  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

Boy killed when car strikes group of children outside British school

  Boy killed when car strikes group of children outside British school British police launched a murder investigation on Monday after a 12-year-old boy was killed and five others were injured when a car struck a group of children outside a school in southern England. Police said the they were called to reports that a number of pedestrians had been hurt following the incident which involved a silver Ford Ka.The 12-year-old boy was taken to hospital where he died. A 53-year-old woman and four other children - three boys, two aged 15 and a 13-year-old and a girl, 16 - were also hurt but their injuries were not thought to be life-threatening or life-changing.

Shocking ' then and now ' photographs of glaciers across Switzerland reveal the extent to which the vast ice bodies have retreated since the Victorian era. Pictured , the Trient Glacier seen in the August of this year, as compared with a photograph taken on the same spot in 1891.

Shocking ' then and now ' photographs of glaciers across Switzerland reveal the extent to which the vast ice bodies have retreated since the Victorian era. Pictured , the Trient Glacier seen in the August of this year, as compared with a photograph taken on the same spot in 1891.

Police arrested another one of the teens who escaped from a Nashville juvenile detention center last Saturday, CBS News affiliate WTVF reports. Morris Marsh, 17, was apprehended by Metro Police in Nashville on Friday, leaving only one of the four escaped teens still on the run.

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Marsh, an accused murderer, was arrested by members of the Juvenile Task Force along with his brother and mother. According to police, Marsh was riding in a car driven by his brother, Rashon Keesee, 26. The two were driving to meet their mother, Tewanna Keesee, 43.

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Warming temperatures have left residues of grey scree, boulders and meandering stream and rivers in place of where once mighty glaciers coated the landscape. Pictured , the front of the Lower Grindelwald glacier in Switzerland , as seen in 1858.

Shocking ' then and now ' photographs of glaciers across Switzerland reveal the extent to which the vast ice bodies have retreated since the Switzerland has already lost more than 500 glaciers , with its government reporting that 90 per cent of the remaining 1,500 could be lost by the end of the century.

Both Rashon and Tewanna were charged with accessory after the fact. Rashon was also charged with felony evading arrest.

Marsh, along with Decorrius Wright, 16, Calvin Howse, 15, and Brandon Caruthers, 17, escaped from the Davidson County Juvenile Justice Center in downtown Nashville on November 30 while on work detail. According to authorities, a supervisor left them to address a fight in another part of the facility. The group allegedly managed to use "staff protocols" to get to the ground floor of the building and escape.

Decorrius Wright and Calvin Howse were captured on Tuesday in the parking lot of a Tennessee apartment complex, police said. Caruthers, who was added to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation's Top 10 Most Wanted list earlier in the week, is still on the loose.

Caruthers was initially arrested for a charge of armed robbery.

Vlhova wins World Cup parallel slalom in Shiffrin's absence .
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