World Bulletin / News Desk
Eight people have been arrested in northeastern Brazil over a wave of arson attacks on buses in the seaside city of Fortaleza, police said Thursday.
Criminal gangs were behind the burning spree, either to protest against changes in conditions for imprisoned members or to demand their transfer to different prisons, according to local media.
Police said in a statement that two people were arrested Thursday, bringing the total to eight, and that extra security had been deployed to guard the city's bus system.
One driver was lightly injured in a blaze, police said, while Globo news organization reported Thursday that a handicapped ticket collector was hospitalized with burns over 90 percent of his body after being caught in an attack.
Two men accused of trying to establish cell of Somalia-based terror group in Ethiopia
Order comes as part of Trump's efforts to fulfill his promise to 'unleash American energy'
Federica Mogherini has said that the EU has left the door ajar for Turkey membership
Cuba has restarted their news agency in the US capital
A NATO member since 2009, Albania is a candidate for EU membership and hopes to open negotiations by the end of the year.
American media are highlighting the 100-day mark of Trump's presidency on Saturday as an early-days standard against which his performance can be measured against those of predecessors.
The United States was a supporter of ethnic Albanians in neighboring during the 1998-1999 war where Kosovo sought to become independent from Serbia.
Palestinians from across the West Bank demonstrate in support of jailed hunger strikers
Aleksandar Vucic meets Turkish ambassador ahead of assuming office on May 31
Her task was underlined on Friday when her National Front (FN) party removed its interim leader Jean-Francois Jalkh after reported comments about a Holocaust denier.
"Hungary is defending its border, and the Schengen zone at the same time," Karoly Kontrat, an interior ministry state secretary, told a press conference in Roszke beside the fence on Hungary's southern frontier.
33-year-old man faces charges of conspiracy to murder top govt officials thought to have benefited from corruption
Attack was carried out on April 7 in Stockholm by 39-year-old Uzbek Rakhmat Akilov
Administrator of Masisi territory asks authorities to provide adequate security to civilians
Gambia’s new president Adama Barrow celebrates his first 100 days in power
The charges come after an 18-month investigation into organized crime, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police said in a statement.