Mexico, Colombia, Egypt, China, The Atlantic Ocean
AROUND THE WORLD (FOX44) – Mexico, 11-people were killed and half decapitated, in drug-related violence in Acapulco. They found 2-headless bodies inside a SUV that was set on fire. There were several other crime scenes. All the killings took place within 24-hours.
Colombia – Police seized a high tech submarine that was once used to smuggle cocaine to Mexico. They say it had the ability to stay underwater for 10-whole days and at a depth of 15-feet. It could carry a crew of five. Police think it belongs to the country's largest rebel group: FARC.
Egypt – A pipeline that also supplies Israel and Jordan was attacked for the sixth time this year. Investigators say gunmen drove up to the pumping station just before the explosion. Egyptian officials are blaming Muslim militants for previous attacks. But no arrests have been made yet.
China – A huge wreck on Shanghai’s new subway line injured 200-people. One of the trams rear ended another one and officials are say the signaling system malfunctioned.
The Atlantic Ocean – Treasure hunters found the discovery of a lifetime in a sunken World War II ship. The explorers found 7-million ounces of silver. Based on Friday’s closing price of 30-dollars and 10-cents per ounce, the lot is worth more than 210-million dollars.
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