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Day: April 4, 2018

Shooter’s father warned police she hated the company
America, Featured

Shooter’s father warned police she hated the company

    The father of a woman who shot three people at YouTube's headquarters has revealed he warned police she hated the company and might be heading there. Nasim Aghdam has been named as the shooter who targeted the firm's complex in San Bruno, California, on Tuesday. Th 39-year-old, who had accused YouTube of discrimination and blocking her work, was later found dead inside the building after apparently turning a handgun on herself. Her father Ismail Aghdam said police had found his daughter sleeping in a car on the morning of the shooting after he had reported her missing the day before. YouTube had stopped everything and she was angry he told the Bay Area News Group. Mountain View Police spokeswoman Katie Nelson confirmed officers found Aghdam asleep in a car park a...
Police offer £20,000 reward in search for killer of MP’s son in Hackney
Featured, United Kingdom

Police offer £20,000 reward in search for killer of MP’s son in Hackney

    The family of a young man who was shot dead in the street issued a desperate plea for help finding his killer as police offered a £20,000 reward for information. Abraham Badru, the 26-year-old son of a Nigerian MP, was gunned down in the street in Dalston, Hackney, just after 11pm on Sunday. Mr Badru, the son of Dolapo Badru, a member of the Nigerian House of Representatives, worked as a football coach after earning his Masters degree in 2015. Churchgoer Mr Badru received a National Police Bravery Award for intervening in a sex attack on a teenage girl in 2009. He was shot by person/persons terrorising the peace of the community, terrorising innocent people, threatening our freedom on our streets and threatening our progression. We plead with any parent, siblings...
Schoolboy stuck in stone monument at National Trust site for three hours
Featured, United Kingdom

Schoolboy stuck in stone monument at National Trust site for three hours

    A schoolboy had to be rescued by firefighters after spending almost three hours stuck in a stone monument at a National Trust property. Max Morgan’s leg became trapped during an Easter holiday outing with his family at Wightwick Manor near Wolverhampton on Tuesday. The seven-year-old had climbed inside the monument and eventually got stuck prompting his parents to call the emergency services. Fire crews arrived at around 3.30pm but a specialist team were called to help due to the complexity of the operation. Fire Service of seven-year-old Max Morgan in an ambulance, after he was rescued by firefighters from a stone monument at Wightwick Manor near Wolverhampton, when his leg became trapped. The youngster was finally freed after firefighters used an abrasive wheel ...
Moscow accuses UK of bluffing
Featured, Russia

Moscow accuses UK of bluffing

    says he wants an inquiry into the Salisbury nerve agent attack, citing a Sky News interview with the boss of Porton Down. The Russian president also says Moscow would demand to be part of such an investigation. Sergei Skripal speaks to his lawyer from behind bars seen on a screen of a monitor outside a courtroom in Moscow. Russia has called an extraordinary meeting of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) in the Hague today where it will air its complaints about the allegations made against it. Gary Aitkenhead, chief executive of the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (DSTL) at Porton Down, told Sky News they had not been able to establish where the novichok nerve agent used to poison Sergei and Yulia Skripal was made. The Ministry...
British family die in florida crash
America, Featured

British family die in florida crash

    A British man is the the only survivor from a tragic family holiday as he stayed home alone in their rental villa while his loved ones visited tourist attractions. The unnamed man was expecting his family home after they drove to the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on Monday. But when they did not return, he contacted local police who were already on their way to tell him his loved ones had been wiped out in a terrifying road accident . Facebook Maryanne Stephenson's mother has said that the family are shocked by the deaths His brother, Bristol man and Liverpool fan Adam Stephenson, 30, had been driving his wife Maryanne Stephenson, 29, and his parents Bryan Stephenson, 59, and Sheralyn Stephenson, 56, back to their holiday villa after seeing a SpaceX rocket launch...