Rescuers suspect that the crocodiles ate the South African hunter Scott van Zyl (van Zyl Scott), who disappeared in Zimbabwe last week. This publication reports The Independent.
Van Zyl arrived in Zimbabwe on Safari. Together with local Ranger and hunting dogs he came to the river Limpopo. Rescuers found that men left the car, took the dogs and separately, went deep into the Bush, heading in different directions. Later, the dog returned to the camp without van ZIL. The fate of the Pathfinder not specified.
The scene was launched a rescue operation. Missing South African hunter searched using helicopters and divers. Rescuers managed to find traces of it and backpack in the river. Then they found two Nile crocodiles, which can eat van ZIL. Now experts are analyzing the stomach contents of reptiles.
A resident of the British city of Wolverhampton, County of West Midlands, winning a million pounds (about 77 million) in the Euromillions lottery has decided to remain a cashier in a supermarket. She earns £ 9 per hour, which is only 1.5 pounds more than the minimum salary permitted in the UK.
Family of British town of Cockermouth, Cumbria, lured lost dogs with sausages. The dog show Charlie and Theo got lost in thick fog, when they were taken for a walk outside the city. The owners have collected more than 120 people, including several rescuers, and a few days combing the surrounding hills.
A student in the College of science, National University of Singapore have invented a new kind of sour beer that is rich in probiotics, can neutralize toxins and viruses and support the immune system. The alcohol content of the beverage is 3.5 per cent. The product has already expressed interest in a Japanese company.
Russian designer Ekaterina Dobryakova presented a capsule collection of clothing. The main theme of the lineup became tropical prints. Things demonstrated presenter Helen Volatile. "If summer is not coming to your town — then you need to imagine you're in another city," said the designer.
Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet with former U.S. Secretary of state Henry Kissinger, who arrived in Moscow to participate in the "Primako readings". "You know that they have a long dialogue, trust," — reminded the press-Secretary of the head of state, Dmitry Peskov. 93-year-old diplomat meets with Putin.
In the Kremlin find it difficult to comment on the statements of foreign leaders about the subjects of the Russian Federation. This was reported by press Secretary of the Russian President, Dmitry Peskov, commenting on the initiative of the Ukrainian leader Petro Poroshenko, who urged the Constitutional Commission to draft changes in the status of Crimea.