Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Waliokufa Indonesia wafikia 142

Search and rescue personnel at the crash site of an Indonesian Air force C-130 Hercules aircraft in Medan, northern Sumatra province, on July 1, 2015/AFP The death toll from the crash of an Indonesian air force plane packed with military personnel and their families rose to 142 Wednesday, as witnesses described people fleeing the disaster zone covered in blood with their clothes alight.

The Hercules C-130 transport plane crashed into a residential area in the city of Medan on Tuesday, shortly after taking off from an airbase in the city on Sumatra island.

Buildings were severely damaged, cars reduced to flaming wrecks and the plane itself was almost completely destroyed, with the mangled tail the only part of the 51-year-old aircraft still recognisable after the disaster.

Many of those on board the flight to an island off Sumatra, which was carrying 122 people, were believed to be servicemen and women and their families. The air force has said no one survived the crash.

It is unclear how many people died on the ground, but a steady stream of bodies has been arriving at a Medan hospital as rescuers pull them from the disaster scene, and police said Wednesday that the total death toll now stood at 142.

New witness accounts emerged of terrifying scenes, with one man describing how the plane flew low and then smashed into a building, producing "flames as high as four storeys".

"Everyone panicked and screamed," Tumpak Naibaho, a 27-year-old tyre repairman, told AFP, adding there were hundreds of people in the area when the crash happened around midday.

"I thought it was a terrorist attack or something... I saw one man whose clothes were on fire, staggering out of the debris. His face was covered in blood, dust and ash."

"I had never felt so scared in my life, I thought I was going to die," he added.

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Petr Cech- Nimekuja Arsenal kubeba makombe

Petr Cech
Petr, welcome to Arsenal. How does it feel to have signed for the club? 

It is exciting. I first came to the Premier League a long time ago and I still love playing in the Premier League and the challenges it poses with the great players and great teams you have to face every week. 

 Arsenal are a team that challenge for the top and definitely matches my ambitions and personal motivation. I believe at this time of my career I have made a really good choice and will have the success that I hope to have.

What is about Arsenal that made you want to join the club?

I would say the approach. In the first meeting we had, I spoke to the manager, Arsène Wenger, and obviously it was a big difference because I am as hungry as ever and have the same motivation and commitment to win trophies as I had 10 or 15 years ago and as a kid. 

Having spoken to him, I believe I will find a team that wants to be successful and wants to challenge the best in Europe. It is an exciting project for me.

Having spent 11 successful years at Chelsea, it must have been a tough decision to leave?

It was probably the hardest decision for me to go, but last year I realised that I am not in a phase of my career when I would sit on the bench. 

I want to be playing, I want to have a chance to compete for my position in the team and I want to be useful for the team and do the usual stuff on the pitch week in, week out. 

I hope I will have that possibility to compete for my place here at Arsenal and I hope that I can bring something a little extra to the team that can help.


Monday, June 29, 2015

Possible second gunman in Tunisia

Tunisia massacre gunman Seifeddine Rezgui in his beloved Real Madrid replica football shir

 In this photo below dated Friday, June 26, 2015 the body of the attacker Seifeddine Rezguion the ground in the costal town of Sousse, TunisiaKiller:  Gunman Seifeddine Rezgui killed 38, including as many as 30 Britons, and injured dozens of on his 25-minute rampage of terror in Tunisia last weekDrugs: A stimulant, believed to the class A drug or one similar to it, was detected by doctors during a post-mortem examinationGunman: Police said a bomb was found on Seifeddine Rezgui's body moments after he was killed, although this photo appears to show a bomb and a detonator next to him

 A man pays his respects to British victims Patrick Evans, Adrian Evans and Joel Richards at Walsall FC's Banks's Stadium in WalsallTourists pay their respects in front of a makeshift memorial at the beach near the Imperial Marhaba resort before the Home Secretary's arrival
A retired police officer told today how a second gunman in red shorts opened fire on tourists on the beach in Tunisia.

Steve Johnson, who witnessed the attack first hand, described how he saw a man in red shorts holding an automatic rifle who was shooting tourists along with the gunman in dark clothing. 

The eye witness's account suggests that the gunman was not a 'lone wolf' as current reports state.
Mr Johnson saw the second gunman in red shorts whilst he was sheltering from the attack. 

Mr Johnson later described the second gunman to a high-ranking policeman who told him that a man matching the description was "dead as well". 

Mr Johnson said: "We saw what we believe was a second terrorist. It was a guy in red shorts, walking down from the hotel into the pool area. He just had red shorts on, nothing else on his legs or his feet or his body. 

"And he had an automatic rifle in his arms and people were just running from him." Police officers confirmed that a man of his description had also been killed., Daily Mail

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Unyama wa ISIS

Shocking new video shows ISIS brutally murdering five prisoners by locking them in a metal cage and lowering them into a swimming pool.

The sickening seven minute long video uses expensive underwater cameras to film the terrified men as they sink below the surface with no hope of escape.

According to Daily mail,Shortly afterwards the cage is lifted back out of the water, with the dying men who are understood to have been accused of spying seen foaming at the mouth as they lie motionless on the floor of the cage, piled on top of one another.

Elsewhere in the video, ISIS militants are filmed brutally killing prisoners by locking them in a car and shooting them with a grenade launcher, while another group of jihadis chain a set of prisoners together with explosive necklaces which are then detonated.

Daily Mail

Friday, June 19, 2015

Watoto wa Rais Obama

After a day of sightseeing with their mum in Italy,the beautiful Obama daughters, Malia,16 and Sasha ,14were spotted shopping walking together in the Corso Como shopping street in the city center on Wednesday afternoon