Dealership torched, Indian household suffers $2.5 million loss


New York: An Indian-origin household, which owned a automotive dealership in Kenosha, suffered a lack of over USD 2.5 million after their enterprise was set ablaze allegedly by a mob amid protests over the capturing of an African-American man. Anmol Khindri, a member of the household, mentioned they have been now “desperately seeking” assist to recuperate losses. PTI

Thousands trapped on French trains after electrical bother

Paris: Thousands of passengers have been trapped in a single day on high-speed TGV trains halted by electrical issues in southwestern France, some pleading for water, meals and recent air. Frustrated travellers highlighted their plight on social networks, posting pictures of kids sleeping on flooring and describing the problem of staying masked for greater than 20 hours. Several individuals have been evacuated for medical causes, broadcaster France-Info reported on Monday. AP



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