Nov 24, 2022
BREAKING: Shooting rampage leaves four dead in Russian town near Crimea: Horrifying footage shows gunman opening fire in shopping district
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Four people have died in a fatal shooting at a shopping centre in Russia.
A man opened fire at a shopping centre in the southern Russian city of Krymsk, Russian state news agencies have reported.
Local law enforcement agencies and prosecutors were deployed to the location.
Russia's TASS news agency said the four dead included the gunman.
Footage circulating on social media shows a man firing a gun as he walks past parked cars. The man fires several shots before firing close range at someone lying on the ground.
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Man Utd, Chelsea and Newcastle transfer target Moises Caicedo to cost £70m as Brighton name price
MANCHESTER UNITED and Newcastle face a huge penalty if they want to land Brighton star Moises Caicedo.
The Red Devils missed the chance to snap up the Ecuador midfield marauder, 21, two years ago.1Moises Caicedo continued to impress as he played for Ecuador at the World Cup in QatarCredit: AP
And now it will cost them £60-70million if they are to prise Caicedo away from the south coast, where he is a firm favourite.
Both Uniteds wished to buy Caicedo from Ecuadorian outfit Independiente del Valle — but Brighton had already been over to watch him.
Despite phone calls during Covid restrictions, the Reds and Magpies lost out to the Seagulls’ sales pitch as they snapped him up for £3.6m in February 2021.
Sources close to Caicedo say he was persuaded by the way Brighton pushed hardest when he was a relative unknown.
Now Caicedo is wanted by a host of top clubs, who also include Chelsea.
The deal is potentially a big triumph for Brighton, who committed to the player after watching just a handful of games backed by a slick stats department.
Their swoop came after Caicedo made his international debut to make sure he would get a work permit but before rich rivals could step in.
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The south coast side have shown a willingness to sell their prized assets if the price has been right for them in the past.
In 2021, Ben White left for Arsenal in a £50m deal and last summer Yves Bissouma and Marc Cucurella were sold to Tottenham and Chelsea in big-money deals.
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