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Plusieurs personnes ont été tuées à Manhattan par un véhicule qui a foncé sur des piétons et des cyclistes. New York, le 31 octobre 2017.

Plusieurs personnes ont été tuées à Manhattan par un véhicule qui a foncé sur des piétons et des cyclistes. New York, le 31 octobre 2017.

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Un individu a foncé sur une piste cyclable, ce mardi dans le quartier de Tribeca à Manhattan. Le maire de New York confirme qu’il s’agit d’un acte terroriste.

Au moins huit personnes ont été tuées à Manhattan après qu’un véhicule a pénétré sur une piste cyclable et foncé sur des passants dans l’après-midi. Perpétrée à l’aide d’un pick-up, l’attaque a également fait douze blessés selon le maire de New York, Bill de Blasio. Il s’agit d’un acte terroriste, selon la police new-yorkaise.

Le pick-up s’est engagé sur un passage réservé aux piétons et aux cyclistes, sur West street le long de la rivière Hudson, au niveau de West Houston street. La voiture de location Home Depot, a foncé en direction du sud. Elle est sorti de la piste cyclable au niveau de Chambers Street et à heurté un bus scolaire.

Le suspect est alors sorti en courant de son véhicule en brandissant deux armes, d’après la police. Six personnes ont été tuées sur le coup, et deux autres des suites de leurs blessures a précisé le chef de la police de New York lors d’une conférence de presse.

Un acte terroriste pour la police

La police a tiré sur l’assaillant, un homme de 29 ans, et l’a arrêté.Touché à l’abdomen, il est soigné dans un hôpital voisin. Il n’y a pas d’autre suspect pour le moment. Les autorités policières traitent les faits comme une attaque terroriste en raison des déclaration du suspect au moment de son arrestation.

The vehicle struck multiple people on the path. There are several fatalities and numerous people injured.

The vehicle continued south striking another vehicle. The suspect exited the vehicle displaying imitation firearms & was shot by NYPD

« Il y a eu une collision raconte un élève de la Stuyvesant high school cité par le New York Post… Il est sorti d’une des voitures. Il avait deux armes. On a cru que c’était un truc d’Halloween. Il a commencé à courir sur la chaussée. Il y avait une autre personne avec une chemise verte qui le poursuivait. »

UPDATE: New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is en route to the scene of the incident in lower Manhattan pic.twitter.com/4lCMsPAjEO

Video shows blocked off West Side Highway in New York City after incident in lower Manhattan pic.twitter.com/BxuiKtlx4N

Paramedics removing victims from mangled school bus outside Stuyvesant High School

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Un homme renverse plusieurs personnes avec un véhicule quartier  à  (New York) faisant plusieurs morts et blessés.

Les faits se sont produits vers 3h15 heure locale, non loin du mémorial du 11 septembre, dans le quartier de Tribeca.

La dernière alerte de ce type à New York remonte au 22 mai dernier, quand un ancien militaire avait lancé sa voiture à toute allure sur le trottoir à Times Square, tuant une jeune femme et blessant 22 autres personnes.

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Le conducteur d'un pick up a foncé sur des cyclistes et des piétons sur 10 blocs, dans le sud de Manhattan. Photo AFP/DON EMMERT

Le conducteur d’un pick up a foncé sur des cyclistes et des piétons sur 10 blocs, dans le sud de Manhattan. Photo AFP/DON EMMERT

Ce mardi après-midi, le conducteur d’un pick up de location a volontairement foncé sur des cyclistes et des piétons dans le sud de Manhattan, à New York. Le suspect fauche plusieurs personnes avec son véhicule, faisant au moins 8 morts et une dizaine de blessés. L’homme a été abattu et arrêté par la police, qui traite l’événement comme un acte terroriste.

Le mode opératoire, avec un véhicule bélier, rappelle celui des attaques menées à Nice, le 14 juillet 2016, puis à Berlin, Londres, Stockholm ou plus récemment Barcelone.

Nice, 14 juillet 2016

Un camion, conduit par un Tunisien, Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, se lance sur la foule le soir de la fête nationale, tuant 86 personnes et faisant plus de 400 blessés. L’attentat dans cette ville de la Côte d’Azur est revendiqué par Daech.

Berlin, 19 décembre 2016

Un Tunisien, Anis Amri, fonce à bord d’un camion sur un marché de Noël faisant 12 morts et 48 blessés. L’attaque est revendiquée par Daech.

Londres, 22 mars 2017

Un homme fonce dans la foule avec son véhicule sur le pont de Westminster, qui enjambe la Tamise face à Big Ben, avant de poignarder mortellement un policier devant le Parlement. L’attaque fait cinq morts.

Son auteur, Khalid Masood, un citoyen britannique converti à l’islam, est abattu par la police. L’attentat a été revendiqué par Daech. Scotland Yard déclare ne pas avoir « trouvé de preuve d’une association » de Masood avec Daech ou Al-Qaïda.

Stockholm, 7 avril 2017

Un Ouzbek de 39 ans déboule avec un camion de livraison dans la principale rue commerçante de Stockholm. L’attaque dans la capitale suédoise fait cinq morts et une quinzaine de blessés. Le suspect revendique un acte terroriste : il aurait tenté de se rendre en Syrie pour rejoindre Daech.

Londres, 3 juin 2017

Un van fonce dans la foule sur le London Bridge. Trois hommes sortent ensuite du véhicule, armés de couteaux et de machettes, s’en prennent à tous ceux qu’ils croisent, attablés dans les bars et les restaurants du quartier touristique de Borough Market. L’attentat fait 8 morts et une trentaine de blessés.

Levallois-Perret, 9 août 2017

Au volant d’une BMW, un Algérien de 36 ans fonce sur un groupe d’une dizaine de militaires de l’opération Sentinelle qui sortaient de leur baraquement, à Levallois-Perret (Hauts-de-Seine). L’attaque fait six blessés parmi les soldats.

Le suspect est arrêté après plusieurs heures de cavale par la BRI, sur une autoroute du Pas-de-Calais. Gravement blessé, il n’a pas encore pu être entendu par les enquêteurs.

Barcelone, 17 et 18 août 2017

Une fourgonnette remonte les Ramblas, avenue commerciale et piétonne la plus fréquentée de Barcelone, en Espagne. Son conducteur zigzague dans la foule sur 500 mètres : 14 personnes sont tuées et plus d’une centaine d’autres blessés.

Dans la nuit, un véhicule fonce dans la foule, à Cambrils, à 120 kilomètres de Barcelone. Sept personnes sont blessées, l’une succombera à ses blessures. Cinq terroristes sont également abattus.

La double attaque est revendiquée par l’organisation terroriste Daech

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Vlada Dzyuba, une mannequin russe de 14 ans, s’est écroulée mercredi lors d’un défilé de mode à Shanghaï, en Chine, alors qu’elle s’apprêtait à monter sur le podium.

La jeune fille venait d’enchaîner 13 heures de suite de défilé sans s’arrêter. Elle a été transportée à l’hôpital où elle a succombé vendredi, après deux jours de coma.

L’autopsie a révélé qu’elle avait succombé à une méningite, aggravée par un état d’épuisement total.

L’adolescente gagnait seulement 8 dollars la journée, sans assurance santé. Ses parents, trop pauvres, ne peuvent même pas payer le rapatriement de son cadavre.

La collégienne sera donc incinérée en Chine.

Sa mère, Oksana, a raconté que l’adolescente pleurait au téléphone: « Elle me disait qu’elle était trop fatiguée. ‘Maman, je voudrais dormir’, répétait-elle. Ce devait être le début de sa maladie. Puis elle a eu de la fièvre… »

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By The Siberian Times reporter
29 October 2017

Vlada Dzyuba, 14, was dreaming of catwalk stardom, but now her parents ‘cannot afford to fly her body home’ to bury her.

Tragically the girl died in China in circumstances that are still being fully clarified. Picture: Oksana Dzyuba

Like many hopeful supermodels, schoolgirl Vlada from Perm had the looks for a career in international modelling.

She was sought after for big fashion shows and there are claims she was on a gruelling 13-hour shoot shortly before falling into a coma.

Several top modelling agencies in two countries along with a ‘manager’ arranged her trip to China on a three month contract, missing her school classes back home to do so.

Tragically the girl died in China in circumstances that are still being fully clarified. But there can be no doubt her death was utterly appalling – and avoidable.

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‘Shanghai Fashion Week is also investigating when, why and where the 14-year-old Dzyuba died. She could have collapsed after the show.’ Pictures: Vlada Dzyuba

Leaving aside any blame, her tragic story is likely to hold lessons for those – anywhere – who deploy teenage girls as models, often enticing them with starry-eyed hopes of fame and fortune in the future, a goal reached by only a handful.

The parents do not have enough money to bring the girl’s body back to Russia and she will be cremated in China, reported Mash.

Her ashes will be then flown home.

Reports in Russia indicate that for a two month contract based in Beijing this girl was paid around $3,000, but that most of this was eaten up paying for air fares, accommodation, food, tax and insurance, said Komsomolskaya Pravda.

Although – everyone agrees Vlada on her latest trip did not have the medical insurance that she needed when her condition suddenly became critical.

Vlada Dzyuba

On 25 October, she had taken part in a 13-hour long shoot for a jewellery catalogue. Picture: Oksana Dzyuba

On her earlier trip she received around $500 profit from her earnings over 60 or so days – or $8 a day.

Yet undoubtedly her head was turned by the prospects of future modelling success. She had urged per parents to let her make the most of her modelling opportunities.

Accounts vary over precisely what happened to Vlada, and the Global Times in Beijing has disputed the version used in our earlier story by The Siberian Times which came mainly from Russian sources.

In particular, a Chinese modelling agency recruiting her to the country denied it had ‘overworked her’ during her stay.

Having worked at the prestigious Shanghai Fashion Show, Vlada fell sick during another catwalk appearance in Hagnzhou, it appears.

She died overnight on 27 October.

Modelling scandal: young girl dies in China after 13 hour fashion show with no medical insurance


Modelling scandal: young girl dies in China after 13 hour fashion show with no medical insurance


Vlada Dzyuba

‘She came back to Perm a slightly different personality – grown up, a daring and active girl.’ Picture: Oksana Dzyuba

Zheng Yi, chief executive of ESEE Model Management, told The Global Times on Sunday: ‘Dzyuba had received 16 different jobs during her two months’ stay in China.

‘She had regular breaks while working. Most of her work was completed within eight hours. Her workload was moderate compared with other models.’

Earlier Russian accounts reported by The Siberian Times suggested she died during a 13-hour fashion show.

Zheng insisted her contract was ‘legal’.

ESEE Model Management had signed a three-month contract with Dzyuba’s home company, Smirnoff Models based in St. Petersburg, Russia, said the agency boss.

Surprisingly, ‘the number of working hours is not stated in the contract’, Zheng said according to The Global Times.

Vlada Dzyuba

‘Vlada was daily talking to her parents on Skype, saying how happy she was. Picture: Oksana Dzyuba

Russian reports had claimed the girl was overworked and did not have medical insurance which made her reluctant to seek hospital treatment even though her mother – back home in Russia – had urged her to do so.

The Global Times reported: ‘China’s Labour Law provides for an eight-hour work day, and 44 hours a week. The law states that cultural, sports and special arts employees are entitled to recruit teenagers under the age 16, but they have to fulfil national permission procedures and ensure their rights to education. »

Earlier reports said that the girl had suffered from ‘utter exhaustion’ and meningitis leading to her collapsing minutes before her latest catwalk appearance.

The Global Times stated that ‘the young model was suffering from septicopyemia, or a type of blood poisoning… with multiple visceral organs damaged, liver dysfunction and renal insufficiency’.

Elvira Zaitseva

Elvira Zaitseva, head of the agency Great Model. Picture: Elvira Zaitseva

The newspaper said she died ‘of multiple organ dysfunction syndrome’, citing medical records.

ESEE Model Management – in China – paid for her medical bills, according to a statement Zheng provided, it was reported.

A media representative from the Shanghai Fashion Week told the Global Times Sunday: ‘Shanghai Fashion Week is also investigating when, why and where the 14-year-old Dzyuba died. She could have collapsed after the show.’

The fashion show has nothing to do with Dzyuba’s death as the show ended on October 18, Zheng said.

The newspaper reported: ‘Dzyuba arrived in Yiwu Monday night and checked in at a local hotel.

‘The next day, she was normal, ate breakfast and worked until she felt sick late at night.’

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ESEE Model Management had signed a three-month contract with Dzyuba’s home company, Smirnoff Models based in St. Petersburg, Russia. Picture: Dmitry Smirnov

Her agent cancelled her stay on Wednesday, the statement reads.

‘It said, Dzyuba returned to Shanghai at noon and rested at her hotel but she continued feeling uncomfortable.

‘At around 6 pm, she was sent to the Shanghai Rui Jin Hospital’s emergency room, and the Russian embassy was also informed.

‘On Thursday, Russian embassy staff and the local police arrived at the hospital and inquired about the case.

‘Dzyuba was then sent to the intensive care unit (ICU) as her condition deteriorated, according to the statement sent by Zheng.

‘Global Times has not received a response from the Russian embassy as of press time.

‘Dzyuba was accompanied by ESEE management personnel at the Rui Jin Hospital, Zheng added.

Oksana Dzyuba

Vlada’s mom Oksana is now flying to China, and Russian diplomats have been asked to postpone her cremation until she arrives. Picture: Oksana Dzyuba

It has emerged that the child had started modelling aged 12 when she was 178 cm tall. Her mother, editor in chief of a Perm glamour magazine, had brought her to a modelling agency.

Elvira Zaitseva, head of the agency Great Model, perhaps emphasising unintentionally the pressures on young girls, said: ‘When Vlada just started, she was full of teenager insecurities.

‘She was shy, she used to slouch. We had to work hard with her.’

After a year attending modelling school, Vlada took part in fashion shows. She had to be 14 in order to travel abroad alone, and did so after receiving her passport for foreign travel, visiting China.

Vlada Dzyuba

The parents do not have enough money to bring the girl’s body back to Russia and she will be cremated in China. Picture: Oksana Dzyuba

Zaitseva explained: ‘In this country (China), the active age of models is young, from 14 to 18 years old. So far there is no jobs for teenage girls in Europe.

‘We discussed her career with her parents, and decided to send her to China. They treat young models with great care there.

‘Vlada was daily talking to her parents on Skype, saying how happy she was.

‘She was telling stories about fashion shows, about what an exciting oriental country China is, and that she became a face of a transatlantic company.’

While she was away from school, ‘kept studying’, reported Komsomolskaya Pravda.

Zaitseva said: ‘She came back to Perm a slightly different personality – grown up, a daring and active girl. We thought that she would dive into her studies, but she didn’t.

Modelling scandal: young girl dies in China after 13 hour fashion show with no medical insurance


Modelling scandal: young girl dies in China after 13 hour fashion show with no medical insurance


Modelling scandal: young girl dies in China after 13 hour fashion show with no medical insurance

Doctors at a Shanghai hospital that fought for Vlada’s life. Pictures: NTV

‘All she could speak about was a modelling career. While she was in China she started to chat to other girls, to those who already worked abroad.

‘She was dreaming about applying to an International Modeling Academy in Singapore after completing her 9th class. Her parents supported her.’

The newspaper reported that her parents supported her in returning to China.

On 25 October, she had taken part in a 13-hour long shoot for a jewellery catalogue before doing another show by a prominent oriental designer.

She collapsed into a coma and an ambulance took her to hospital.

Dmitry Smirnov


Modelling scandal: young girl dies in China after 13 hour fashion show with no medical insurance

A man believed to be her manager has declined to comment on her death. Picture: The Siberian Times

Perm investigators and human rights experts are probing the case. The human rights ombudsman in Perm, Pavel Mikov, said he was personally investigating the girl’s death.

Her distraught mother Oksana wept: ‘She was calling me, saying ‘Mama, I am so tired. I so much want to sleep’.

‘It must have been the very beginning of the illness… And then her temperature shot up. I didn’t sleep myself and was calling her constantly, begging her to go to hospital.’

The mother – who also has a young baby – sought a visa to be with her daughter but could not get it before her child died.

She is now flying to China, and Russian diplomats have been asked to postpone her cremation until she arrives.

A man believed to be her manager has declined to comment on her death.

Vlada Dzyuba, 14, died on October 27 in Rui Jin Hospital, Shanghai, in circumstances that are still being fully clarified.

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  • Takahiro Shiraishi, 27, has been arrested after nine bodies were found in his flat
  • Tokyo police found two heads inside a cool box at the entrance of the apartment 
  • Discovery came during hunt for woman, 23, who was ‘seen on CCTV’ with him
  • She had recently written on Twitter: ‘I’m looking for someone to die with me

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Nine bodies, including two with their heads severed and dumped in a cool box, have been found by police in the suburbs of Tokyo.

Police have arrested 27-year-old Takahiro Shiraishi, who lives in the apartment in Zama, south of Tokyo. He later told officers: ‘I killed them and did some work on the bodies in order to hide the evidence.’

The arrest came as police were searching for a missing 23-year-old woman amid reports she had been seen with Shiraishi on CCTV and had recently posted on Twitter: ‘I’m looking for someone to die with me.’

Police originally found two heads inside a cool box at the entrance to the apartment before making the grisly discovery of the other body parts, according to Jiji Press.

Grisly find: Police investigators guard an apartment building (centre, blue sheet) as members of the media crowd around in Zama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan

Grisly find: Police investigators guard an apartment building (centre, blue sheet) as members of the media crowd around in Zama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan

This aerial photo shows the apartment (centre) where police found dismembered bodies in coolers in Zama city, southwest of Tokyo, on Tuesday

This aerial photo shows the apartment (centre) where police found dismembered bodies in coolers in Zama city, southwest of Tokyo, on Tuesday

‘During the course of the investigation, the heads of nine bodies have been discovered’ inside various coolers and containers in the apartment, private TV network TBS said.

For the time being, police arrested Shiraishi on a charge that he dismembered one body and placed it inside a cooler, a charge that he was not contesting, according to a spokesman at Tokyo Metropolitan Police.

‘He has said ‘I dismembered a body and placed it inside a cooler and poured cat litter over it. It was meant to hide the body that I killed and to hide evidence’,’ the spokesman told AFP, declining to elaborate.

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Après le flop de son concert « Stars des années 80 » à Grivegnée (province de Liège), l’organisateur, un gérant de café de 61 ans, a été retrouvé mort dans la Meuse dimanche. Le parquet a conclu à un suicide par noyade.

Le corps avait été découvert dimanche, flottant sur la Meuse. Capture d'écran
Le corps avait été découvert dimanche, flottant sur la Meuse. Capture d’écran

Dimanche, à Huy (Belgique), le corps sans vie d’un homme a été découvert flottant sur la Meuse.

La victime était un gérant de café de Grâce-Hollogne, Francis Nysen, 61 ans, qui aurait mis fin à ses jours après avoir vu l’un de ses projets virer au fiasco, selon la RTBF.

Le 22 octobre, il avait organisé un concert baptisé « Stars des années 80 », à Grivegnée (province de Liège). A l’affiche : Julie Pietri, Emile et Images, Philippe Barney ou encore Ottawan.

Les spectateurs ont vu rouge

Mais d’anciennes gloires de la chanson n’ont pas été payées à temps et ont donc annulé leur venue… Malgré la présence de Claude Barzotti, Mike Alison et Franky Vincent, qui avaient bien fait le déplacement, les 700 spectateurs présents ont vu rouge et n’ont pas hésité à le faire savoir. La police a même été appelée sur place.

Le lendemain, Francis Nysen était porté disparu, et avait envoyé à sa compagne un SMS résonnant comme un adieu. Il avait laissé son portefeuille et ses médicaments à son domicile.

Son camion a été retrouvé par après le long de la Meuse, à Ben-Ahin. A la suite de la découverte du cadavre, le parquet a conclu à un suicide par noyade.

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