Terrorist who murdered three members of LGBT community in ‘brutal’ Reading attack gets whole life sentence : worldnews

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Khairi Saadallah, a Libyan refugee, pleaded guilty to three counts of murder after killing James Furlong, David Wails and Joseph Ritchie-Bennett in Forbury Gardens on 20 June last year.

In his sentencing remarks, Mr Justice Sweeney said he was sure that Saadallah had been trained to fight for the extremist group Ansar al Sharia in Libya – and had lied about his role in the group when he applied for asylum in the UK. The judge said the knife Saadallah bought for the attack “Was chosen with care to ensure the maximum likelihood of swift fatal injury each time it was used”.

Just 10 days after leaving prison in June last year, Saadallah searched online for “Is corona a sign of the end of the world?” and looked at images of people sitting around Forbury Gardens, where he would later launch his attack.

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Mother Of 6 Brutally Murdered In Shomron Forest (West Bank) : worldnews

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A 52-year-old mother of six, who lives in Tal Menashe in Shomron, was found dead in the Reichswald overnight on Sunday with signs of violence on her body.

The search continued for hours, with volunteers from the Samaria-Jordan Valley Search and Rescue Squad among the Yehudah Shomron Police, IDF, Border Police, a K9 unit and civilian volunteers.

"A dear woman, so full of kindness and helpful to others, went out in the afternoon to exercise for a minute from her home in central Israel and is being murdered in such cruel ways by barbarians," said Shomron Regional Council head Yossi Dagan, on Monday morning.

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International media unite to demand justice for journalists murdered in Mexico | Working together across 18 different countries over the course of 10 months, the journalists behind “The Cartel Project” investigated the global networks of Mexican drug cartels and their political connections.

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