“What you appear to have here is a lone actor and they are obviously particularly hard to detect,” said Jonathan Hall, the Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation, whose job is to inform public debate on security laws.”If, as has been reported, the individual is suffering from poor mental health that is a particularly difficult area,” he added.When asked about the reports of the assailant being already on authorities’ radar, Britain’s Security Minister James Brokenshire said the government did not comment on intelligence matters.Teacher James Furlong, 36, is the only victim to have been named so far. “James was a wonderful man. He was beautiful, intelligent, honest and fun,” his parents said in a statement.The attack was reminiscent of some recent incidents in Britain that authorities also considered to be terrorism.In February, police shot dead a man, previously jailed for promoting violent Islamist material, who had stabbed two people on a busy street in south London. Last November, another man who had been jailed for terrorism offences stabbed two people to death on London Bridge before he too was shot dead by police. Topics : A Western security source, speaking on condition of anonymity, told Reuters that the arrested man was a 25-year-old Libyan called Khairi Saadallah. Police have not named the suspect though they confirmed the arrest of a 25-year-old man.The security source said Saadallah had come across the radar of Britain’s domestic security agency MI5 last year over intelligence he had aspirations to travel for extremist purposes, although his plans then came to nothing.Reading, which is about 40 miles (65 km) west of London, said a minute’s silence would be held at 0900 GMT.”Lone actor” Mourners were to hold a minute’s silence in the English town of Reading on Monday for the victims of a stabbing that killed three people in the latest attack authorities attributed to terrorism.Three people were also injured when a man wielding a five-inch knife went on the rampage on Saturday in a park in the southern town, stabbing people at random who were enjoying a sunny, summer evening.Describing the incident as an atrocity and terrorism, police say they have detained one man and are not hunting others.
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Advertisement Eddie Nketiah scored in Arsenal’s win over Everton on Sunday (Picture: Getty Images)Eddie Nketiah says there is no hostility between Arsenal’s strikers as competition for places up front for the Gunners heats up.Nketiah has returned to the Emirates after spending the first half of the season on loan at Championship side Leeds and has started the last two Premier League games, scoring in the 3-2 win over Everton on Sunday.The 20-year-old has lead the attack, with the trio of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Mesut Ozil and Nicolas Pepe behind him, meaning Alexandre Lacazette and Gabriel Martinelli have missed out on starting berths.The Gunners have scored seven goals in the two matches Nketiah has started, and won them both, so it seems that manager Mikel Arteta will stick to this formula in the league.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTThe young forward says that 28-year-old Lacazette has not had his nose put out of joint by being benched, in fact their relationship is a healthy one as they battle for places in Arteta’s starting XI.‘Obviously he is a mature lad and a great player,’ Nketiah said of Lacazette. ‘He always tries to encourage me.‘He has been a young player in my position so he knows what it is like. There are no hostilities, he’s just always looking to help and improve and it shows the maturity he has.‘He has had a great career so all I can do is take the advice he gives me and try and implement it in my game and do what I do best.’ Metro Sport ReporterMonday 24 Feb 2020 1:36 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link5.6kShares Advertisement Eddie Nketiah insists there are no hostilities after replacing Alexandre Lacazette in the Arsenal team Alexandre Lacazette scored on his last start for the club, against Olympiakos (Picture: Getty Images)Things are certainly looking up for the Gunners under Arteta as the side are now unbeaten in 10 games in all competitions, winning four of their last five.They return to Europa League action on Thursday night, hosting Olympiakos in the second leg of their round of 32 tie, after Lacazette scored the only goal of the first leg in Greece.Nketiah has hailed the atmosphere at the club, especially among the forward line, with everyone trying to help each other improve.‘They’re really good guys off the field and obviously top strikers,’ said Nketiah of his Arsenal team-mates.‘I just try to focus on myself and learn from them, see the things they do well and try to take from it and improve. More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City‘They’re always willing to give advice and talk to me whenever I need it. It’s great to have two great strikers to learn from. ‘I’m just trying to improve every day and listen to the people around me, my family and coaches, really improve, take each day as it comes and get better.’The narrow win over Everton on Sunday saw the Gunners rise to ninth in the table and keep their hopes of a Champions League place alive.Due to Manchester City’s ban from the competition, it is likely that fifth place will book a spot in next season’s Champions League and Arsenal are now just four points behind that position, where Manchester United currently reside.MORE: Thierry Henry reveals his Arsenal ‘dream’ and why he gets ‘tired’ watching LiverpoolMORE: Arsenal will do ‘as much as they can’ to convince Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to stay, admits Mikel Arteta Comment
60 Views no discussions Share Ms. Fenella K. Wenham; new and first female President of the National Youth Council.Outgoing Chairperson Ms. Fenella K Wenham is the new and first female President of the Dominica National Youth Council. The council held its 15th General Assembly this morning at the Grand Bay Primary School, under the theme “Embracing the Opportunity of Youth Development and Leadership.”She was elected president with 24 votes out of 33 ballots casted, while outgoing president Delroy Williams received 4 votes. Ms. Marva Tavenir who was nominated for the president position received 5 votes.Ms. Wenham who has served on the board of the National Youth Council for several years says she is ready to represent the youth positively.“I have served on at least three different positions on the National Youth Council, I used to be the Chairperson, General Secretary and 1st Vice President. At the National Youth Council our aim is to represent youth positively and as your president that is what I would like to do for you and with you, very importantly is with you,” Wenham said.In photo: newly elected Executive of the National Youth Council. Back row standing left to right is Secretary Anestine Baron, 1st Vice President Damon Jno. Baptiste, President Wenham, 2nd Vice President Keziah Augustine. Front row standing left to right is Committee member Almar Lawrence, Publicity Coordinator Nadisha Bravo, Chairperson Danika Hurtault, and Committee Member Mitch Jno. Charles.The other members of the executive body are; Damon Jno. Baptiste 1st Vice President, 2nd Vice President Ms. Kezia Augustine, Ms. Danika Hurtault is the new Chairperson, Publicity Coordinator and Assistant Secretary/Treasurer positions are Nadisha Bravo and Anestine Baron respectively. Committee members are Mitch Jno. Charles and Almar Lawrence. The General Secretary and Treasurer postions are appointed positions which is the responsibility of the new executive. Presently Ms. Allana Rocque is the General Secretary and Sebastien Pascal the Treasurer.President Wenham who is a teacher says she has an excellent rapport with young people and this will assist her in rallying their support and speaking on their behalf.She plans on being a voice for the young people in issues pertaining to employment as well as highlighting their talents, skills and achievements.Dominica Vibes News Tweet Share Share LocalNews Fenella Wenham elected President of Dominica National Youth Council by: – July 16, 2011 Sharing is caring!
Batesville, IN— Denean Williams, the Home-school and Geneology Coordinator at the Batesville Memorial Public Library is excited to announce upcoming opportunities for homeschoolers. The SPARKS Chef’s Club will meet 4 times in January on January 8, 10, 13, and 15th starting at 2 pm. This will give kids the opportunity to get started on a 4H project with instruction from Rachel Smith and the event is sponsored by the Purdue Extension Office. The cost is free for 4H members and $20 for nonmembers. The Library will also offer the Hand on Geography Day on Tuesday, January 7 at 2 pm. This will allow attendees an opportunity to make a globe, play games, and sing songs according to Williams. Lastly, the Library will fashion an Escape Room for children in grades 3-8 on Thursday, January 30 at 2 and 4 pm. the 4 pm spot is open to ANY student, not just homeschoolers.
Florida’s visitor count continued to increase, bolstered by U.S. and Canadian tourists. Florida had a record 126.98 million visitors in 2018 alone.Visit Florida, the state’s tourism-marketing agency now faces a challenge. The millions of travelers to Florida during the first six months of the year happened before a cut in state funding took place for the public-private agency. The cut came after several debates where the state House leaders questioned the significance of Visit Florida.The tourism numbers this year shows 61.2 million people visited from other parts of the United States and Canada.In May, the Visit Florida Board of Directors slashed payroll by 30 percent and reduced strategic marketing efforts by $17.8 million. Florida, however struggles with overseas numbers regarding visitors. Overseas tourists dropped by 0.5 percent last year and 2 percent in 2017.