New York CNN A Brooklyn woman whose racist, profanity-laced tirade on the New York subway was captured on video this week has been charged with felony assault after she struck a fellow passenger, authorities said. CNN's Lauren del Valle contributed to this report. Chat with us in Facebook Messenger.
By Keith Griffith For Dailymail. A lawyer who was caught on camera beating another woman on the New York City subway has broken her silence to defend her actions that were caught on shocking video. Anna Lushchinskaya, 40, spoke out for the first time since her arrest in the December 11 attack on a Brooklyn D train, telling Inside Edition that she was actually the victim in the incident.
Congress is soon expected to approve legislation that would effectively bar the company from competing for new contracts in the United States, citing national security and economic concerns. The White House has expressed its support for the effort. President Trump and lawmakers from both parties are increasingly anxious about the economic and technological ambitions of China, which has built cutting-edge global industries, including those that produce advanced surveillance technology.
Yuen Long, Hong Kong CNN Riot police and protesters clashed Saturday in the small town of Yuen Long, near Hong Kong's border with China, after tens of thousands took to the streets for the eighth consecutive weekend amid an ongoing political crisis. Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds.
Two protesters are surrounded by police officers while sitting on the floor saying he is injured at a subway platform in Hong Kong. You and all you colleagues are surrounding me. Are you all helping him?
A white woman from Brooklyn has been arrested after video footage captured her assaulting and hurling racial slurs at subway riders during their morning commute. It escalated into a physical altercation after Ms Lushchinskaya spat on Ms Tung and used an anti-Asian slur. Everyone wants to get to work.
In five coordinated attacks, the perpetrators released sarin on three lines of the Tokyo Metro then part of the Tokyo subway during rush hour, killing 13 people,   severely injuring 50 some of whom later diedand causing temporary vision problems for nearly 1, others. The group, led by Shoko Asaharahad already carried out several assassinations and terrorist attacks using sarin, including the Matsumoto sarin attack nine months earlier. In the raid following the attack, police arrested many senior members of the cult.
A Brooklyn woman was arrested Tuesday for assaulting subway riders during the morning commute — hitting them with an umbrella and keys and kicking them — and using racial slurs. A video recorded by Juan Ayala that has been viewed nearly 5 million times begins with a woman, whom police identified as year-old Anna Lushchinskaya, removing her sunglasses, pulling her hair up in a ponytail, and removing an umbrella and set of keys from her purse. Video then shows Lushchinskaya hurling her umbrella and keys toward a younger woman while yelling "Fuck off.
As democracy protests in Hong Kong near the three-month mark, the deepest rift that has opened is the one between regular Hong Kongers and the police who are supposed to protect them. In usually quiet streets, tear gas, rubber bullets, beanbag rounds, and sponge grenades have become common as police turn to more heavy-handed tactics to deal with a small but significant group of confrontational protesters even as most of those in the streets remain peaceful. Clips of the beatings put many in mind of the armed thugs that attacked passengers in a train station in July when police failed to arrive in spite of multiple calls for help.
This is Beijing 's Subway Line 13 in rush hour on a Thursday morning. Those with claustrophobia look away now. The video, filmed on July 18, shows thousands of commuters packed like sardines on the platform waiting for the train. When it arrives, those coming off the train have to almost stage battle with those wanting to get on.