Reader’s links for Dec. 6 – 2015

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89 Replies to “Reader’s links for Dec. 6 – 2015”

  1. DAILY MAIL – Man, 29, charged with attempted murder at Tube station after two victims were assaulted by attacker who allegedly declared: ‘This is for Syria’

    Muhaydin Mire, 29, of Sansom Road, Leytonstone, will appear in custody at Westminster Magistrates Court today accused of the attempted murder of a 56-year-old man on Saturday.

    DAILY MAIL – How I fought Tube knifeman: Hero’s fury at ghouls who stood by filming as he risked his life after maniac tried to behead victim while shouting about Syria

    David Pethers, 33, and commuter fought a terror suspect at Tube station
    The maniac tried to decapitate his victim while shouting ‘this is for Syria’
    Fellow tube passengers filmed the incident on phones rather than helping
    Counter-terrorism officers continued to question the 29-year-old suspect

  2. DAILY MAIL Restaurants, theatre and free wifi: How Calais ‘Jungle’ migrant camp has become a mini city

    More than a dozen shops have opened, along with restaurants, libraries, an information centre and makeshift hotels
    Main strip is the Market where an art gallery, theatre and Eritrean nightclub – which serves beer – are situated
    Camp started as a stopping place for migrants as they waited to be smuggled illegally out of France to Britain

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