SUN SUNI KHABAR MAY 31TH, 2016
The family of a boy who entered a Cincinnati Zoo gorilla's enclosure last weekend -- spurring zoo officials to shoot and kill the animal -- will be the focus of an investigation into the incident, Cincinnati police said Tuesday.The 3-year-old boy was dragged across a moat by the 450-pound gorilla on Saturday. After a 10-minute encounter, Cincinnati Zoo officials shot and killed the beloved and endangered gorilla, named Harambe. The boy was not seriously injured.Cincinnati police said Tuesday that their review "is only regarding the actions of the parents/family that led up to the incident and not related to the operation or safety of the Cincinnati Zoo."
WHERE THE WORLD'S SLAVES LIVE
Almost 46 million people are living as slaves globally with the greatest number in India but the highest prevalence in North Korea, according to the third Global Slavery Index launched on Tuesday with Australian actor Russell Crowe.The index, by Australia-based human rights group Walk Free Foundation, increased its estimate of people born into servitude, trafficked for sex work, or trapped in debt bondage or forced labor to 45.8 million from 35.8 million in 2014.Andrew Forrest, founder of Walk Free, said the rise of nearly 30 percent was due to better data collection, although he feared the situation was getting worse with global displacement and migration increasing vulnerability to all forms of slavery.
US LOOKING INTO RUSSIAN AIR STRIKES IN SYRIA
The U.S. government is following up on press reports about alleged Russian air strikes in Syria, including one near a hospital, the White House said on Tuesday.White House spokesman Josh Earnest told a press briefing, "Let me say start by saying I cannot confirm those reports. Obviously I've seen them and we are following up on those reports, but if it is confirmed, this strike would be the latest in a series of strikes against medical facilities in Syria. The international community needs to get to the bottom of this, and those who are responsible for these strikes need to be held accountable."
'DISHOOM` TRAILER TO BE LAUNCHED IN A UNIQUE WAY
Like every other film the producers of John Abraham , Varun Dhawan starrer film 'Dishoom' are also planning a unique way to promote their action drama film.The Rohit Dhawan directed film is slated to release their trailer on June 1 with much fanfare.In a first, the trailer of the film will be screened simultaneously in 550 screens of PVR in different cities of India.Apart from the usual launch event in Mumbai where a certain section of people will get the big screen experience of the trailer, audiences across India will also get to watch the trailer on the big screen of PVR in several cities.Talking about the unique trailer launch, producer Sajid Nadiadwala shared,