A CALAIS Jungle migrant showered his girlfriend with affectionate messages and gifts just days before she set up his murder and filmed him bleeding to death, a court heard. Snapchat addict Fatima Khan, 20, allegedly urged Raza Khan, 19, to stab 18-year-old Khalid Safi outside a Costa Coffee in Acton, west London. Ms Khan filmed the scene and posted it to the social media site with the caption "This is what happens when you f*** with me," the Old Bailey heard. Mr Safi, who spent time in the Calais 'Jungle' before moving to the UK five years ago, suffered a fatal wound to the heart and died on the scene, after being stabbed at least nine times by a 13cm blade. He had been Khan's on-off boyfriend for two years, and she was so enraged with him she got Raza Khan to kill him with a screwdriver, it is claimed. After the killing on the evening of 1 December last year she posted the death video on Snapchat. Jurors heard in the ten days leading up to Mr Safi's murder, he wrote affectionate … [Read more...] about Calais Jungle migrant showered lover with gifts before ‘she set up his murder and filmed him dying on Snapchat’
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THE first summer storm to sweep the UK has been named with Storm Hector expected to bring dangerous gusts of wind reaching 70mph. The Met Office released a "danger to life" warning for tomorrow morning, warning debris could be sent flying in the wild weather. Gusts of winds are expected to reach up to 70mph as the storm begins to sweep across western Ireland before blowing across Scotland, Northern Ireland and the far north of England from about 3am to 3pm on Thursday. It is the first time a summer storm has been named after the naming system was last year introduced for 12 months of the year. Speaking to the Sun Online, the Met Office's Nicola Maxey said the heavy gusts of wind was unusual for this time of year, with people potentially not as ready for wild conditions as they normally would during winter. She said: "It's the time of year where lots of people will have kids paddling pools in the garden, and garden chairs which are quite light - all that paraphernalia in the … [Read more...] about Storm Hector to smash UK with 70mph gales tomorrow sparking travel chaos and blackouts
By Matthias Gafni | [email protected] | Bay Area News Group PUBLISHED: June 12, 2018 at 6:14 pm | UPDATED: June 12, 2018 at 6:16 pm OAKLAND — Weeks before Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf warned the public of an imminent Bay Area immigration raid — making her a punching bag for the Trump administration — ICE officials had said they would be “surprised” if they picked up 200 suspects in the widespread California sweep, according to internal emails exclusively obtained by the Bay Area News Group. Yet those same officials have continued to target Schaaf, saying she jeopardized agents and was responsible for more than 860 criminals evading arrest, despite the fact Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents ultimately exceeded their initial expectations: The high-profile sweep netted 232 individuals from Bakersfield north to the Oregon border. Internally, the agency considered it a win, an embattled former spokesman said. But ICE Director … [Read more...] about ICE emails: Bay Area immigration raid was a success, but Trump administration still blamed Oakland mayor
Share Tweet Share Email Comments Print The ruins of the old Champion Spark Plug Factory, at the corner of Dorr and Upton streets. The Blade Enlarge | Buy This Image An overdue cleanup operation is headed for central Toledo — to be performed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The EPA said that it will move ahead with spending $1.8 million to remove remaining rubble and asbestos contamination from the former Champion Spark Plug factory in the 900 block of Upton Avenue. Click here to view more Blade editorials This was the second of two pieces of building-related news that could set the table for revitalization of central city Toledo. The other one is the apparent reprieve granted by the Catholic Diocese of Toledo of a planned demolition of historic St. Anthony Church at Nebraska and Junction avenues. St. Anthony of Padua is the patron saint of lost things. What was lost in the central city — economic vitality — may be found … [Read more...] about Champion Spark Plug clean-up overdue
Glenn Kessler, The Washington Post Published 7:53 am, Thursday, June 7, 2018 Photo: Bloomberg Photo By Al Drago Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 President Donald Trump speaks during an event on tax policy in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, D.C., on April 12, 2018. President Donald Trump speaks during an event on tax policy in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, D.C., on April 12, 2018. Photo: Bloomberg Photo By Al Drago Did Trump's aluminum tariffs spark a $1.5 billion plant in Kentucky? 1 / 1 Back to Gallery "Just last Friday, we had a plant, a groundbreaking in Ashland, Kentucky, the heart of poverty in America in Appalachia. $1.5 billion aluminum rolling mill because of the president's tax and tariff policy."-White House aide Peter Navarro, interview on Fox News, June 4, … [Read more...] about Did Trump’s aluminum tariffs spark a $1.5 billion plant in Kentucky?