UCLA Chancellor Blames “Instigators” for Violent Encampment Removal at Pro-Palestinian Protests

Los Angeles, California – Amid escalating tensions at UCLA, Chancellor Gene Block faces backlash from Californian officials, faculty, and students over the recent upheaval on campus. Blaming “instigators” and “outside agitators” for the violent acts that culminated in the dismantling of a pro-Palestine encampment by law enforcement, Block has sparked controversy and criticism within the … Read more

Explosive Blast Destroys Crimea Bridge: Russia Blames Equivlanet of 10 Tons of TNT

Moscow, Russia – An explosion that occurred on the Crimea Bridge has been attributed to the equivalent of 10 tons of TNT by Russian officials. The explosion, which resulted in significant damage to the bridge, was described as a deliberate act of sabotage. The incident took place at a critical juncture as Russia celebrated the … Read more

Asthma Tragedy: Coroner Blames Healthcare Failures in 10-Year-Old Boy’s Death

Essex, England – A coroner in Essex, England, has raised serious concerns about the care provided to a 10-year-old boy with asthma, pointing out what she calls “multiple failures” by healthcare professionals that may have led to the child’s tragic death. The coroner, Sonia Hayes, expressed that the boy, William Gray, passed away due to … Read more

Explosion Connection: Union Minister Blames Congress Government for Bengaluru Cafe Blast

Bengaluru, India – Union Minister Rajeev Chandrashekhar criticized the Siddaramaiah-led Congress government for its handling of the Rameshwaram cafe explosion, suggesting a link between recent ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ slogans and the incident. Chandrashekhar highlighted concerns about the explosion and its potential connection to the controversial slogans raised just days before. Chandrashekhar went on to criticize top … Read more

Security Guard’s Family Blames Drug Sales Near Shelter for Fatal Shooting

San Diego, California – A man convicted of second-degree murder in the shooting death of a security guard outside an East Village homeless shelter was sentenced to 113 years to life in state prison on Friday. Floyd Garrett, 51, was found guilty of killing 44-year-old Ernest Lee Buchanan, who served as a guard at the … Read more

Iran Blames ‘Terrorist Sabotage’ for Explosions in Major Gas Pipelines

TEHRAN, Iran – Two major gas pipelines in Iran were the targets of a “terrorist sabotage” attack on Wednesday, according to Iranian Oil Minister Javad Owji. The attack caused explosions and subsequent fires in the country’s southwestern Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari province and the southern Fars province. Owji stated that the National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC) … Read more

Mother Blames Husband and School in Manslaughter Trial After High School Shooting

AUBURN HILLS, Mich. – The mother of the teenager responsible for the 2021 Michigan high school shooting admitted during her manslaughter trial that she and her husband gifted their son the handgun used in the attack. Jennifer Crumbley’s cross-examination revealed details of her decision to give her son the firearm, despite expressing distrust in her … Read more

Investigation for Murder Charges Comes Under Light as Wife Accused of Killing Brothers During High-Speed Chase in Mercedes SUV Blames Alleged Secret Lover

Los Angeles, California – A high-profile murder trial is underway in Los Angeles, where socialite Rebecca Grossman is accused of causing the deaths of two young brothers in a tragic car accident. The 60-year-old is alleged to have been driving her Mercedes SUV at 81mph when she struck and killed eight-year-old Jacob and 11-year-old Mark … Read more

Iran Blames Israel and U.S. for Islamic State-Claimed Suicide Bombing in Kerman With No Evidence Given

KERMAN, Iran – Iranian officials used a mass funeral for some of the 89 people killed in an Islamic State group-claimed suicide bombing to accuse Israel and the U.S. of involvement, attempting to link the attack to wider Middle East tensions from the Israel-Hamas war. The officials made these claims without providing any evidence. The … Read more