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Horrifying corpse entombed in concrete wall discovered under popular bar
decomposed corpse of a man buried in concrete in the walls. READ MORE: Mystery as missing woman, 64, found buried in shallow grave in her own back garden The AFP and BFM Nice Côte d'Azur report that the bar was closed straight after the discovery yesterday (June 29).The manager of the bar has reportedly been arrested for "kidnapping and unlawful confinement resulting in death" and several other people are thought to be detained by authorities in connection.Local reports suggest that the bar manager has allegedly already admitted to the killing.According to local news sites who have spoken to a police source, he admits to rowing with a man, killing him and then hiding the body in concrete.Firefighters have since removed the body from the concrete block and the local Prosecutor's Office has opened an investigation after the unnamed victim's disappearance caused concern.The Sun reports that locals have been left stunned by the revelation. One man, named Chris Gaillot, has said he'll think twice about going for a coffee now.He said: "How awful! We're at a point where drinking a coffee can cost us our lives."[There is] too much insecurity and violence, this city is dangerous."Since the incident, the Facebook page of L'Atrium's has been "temporarily paused". To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here . READ NEXT: Young mum shot dead in 'execution-style' murder as she pushed pram down busy street Babysitter and cop 'sexually assaulted' 12-year-old girl and took naked photos of her Man breaks his neck after being thrown into back of police van without seatbelts Woman killed driving Uber Eats car may have 'solved her own murder' with final photo Teenage swimmers
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'Very dangerous' nuclear warheads spotted heading down UK motorway on truck
unmarked military convoy has sparked fury from campaigners after it was spotted trundling down a motorway.The procession of olive-green military trucks was spotted through parts of Lancashire and Cumbria while on its way to Scotland, and some have been left furious by the "dangerous convoys" carrying nuclear goods.A convoy of the trucks is said to have passed Kirkham, Preston, Garstand, Lancaster, Kendal, Penrith and Carlisle on its way to Scotland.READ MORE: Bloke fakes injury and receives faster boarding after airport staff hand him wheelchairDisarmament organisation Campaign of Nuclear Disarmament (CND) believes the trucks had nuclear weaponry on board, with their tracker suggesting that the UK's Trident missiles were on the move.Although during its 50 years of transporting nuclear material along the roads in the UK, the Ministry of Defence has yet to report any incident that could pose radiation hazard to the public or environment.But CND spokesperson Philip Gilligan has said the convoys are "increasing frequency" and could be affecting those around the area.Gilligan said: "These very dangerous convoys seem to be carrying nuclear warheads past our homes, schools and hospitals with ever increasing frequency."At the same time, those of us who are most likely to be affected by an accident involving one are given little, if any, information about when they will pass our homes or about the specific dangers involved."Gilligan, speaking to LancashireLive, continued: "At a minimum, we need to know, if, and exactly how, we can begin to protect ourselves and our children from the alpha emitting plutonium and uranium particles which could be dispersed if an explosion resulted from an accident involving one of these MoD
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Nat Geo Promotes Karen Greenfield to Senior Vice President of Content, Diversity and Inclusion
Jennifer Maas TV Business WriterNational Geographic Content has promoted Karen Greenfield to the newly created position of senior vice president of content, diversity and inclusion.Most recently Nat Geo’s SVP of business operations while also serving as diversity and inclusion council chair, in her new role, Greenfield will “develop and execute programs and initiatives to produce diverse and inclusive content and contribute to a culture of belonging across all Nat Geo Content teams,” per the Disney-owned brand.Greenfield will lead the Nat Geo Content creative teams in producing inclusive programs “for a multicultural and multigenerational audience,” and collaborate closely with marketing and communications leaders to tap into “a broader array of fans.” She will also work with fellow Disney execs to ensure Nat Geo talent and programming are integrated into companywide DEI initiatives. She will report directly to Nat Geo Content president Courteney Monroe and will continue to be based at Nat Geo headquarters in Washington, D.C.Along with the news of Greenfield’s promotion to the new role, Nat Geo announced a second year for its Nat Geo Media Scholarship program for students who attend historically Black colleges or universities (HBCU), an initiative led by Greenfield.
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