Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola defends Catalonias independence referendum Play

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola defends Catalonias independence referendum

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola attended a pro-independence rally in Barcelona on Sunday (June 11) and defended Catalonias right to vote, after the head of the region Carles Puigdemont announced on Friday that they would hold a referendum on splitting from Spain on 1 October. Speaking to a large crowd gathered at the Montjuic fountains, the former Barcelona player said the Catalans would decide their future by voting despite the Spanish governments constant refusal, and called for the international community to support Catalonia against an authoritarian state. Puigdemonts announcement has exacerbated the confrontation with the central government in Madrid which says such a vote is illegal and must not take place. The Spanish government said that it would block any attempt to hold a vote as soon as the referendum announcement was formally rubber-stamped by Catalan authorities. Jun 12, 2017
Met Police issue CCTV after man assaulted in Trafalgar Square Play

Met Police issue CCTV after man assaulted in Trafalgar Square

Police have issued CCTV after a man was left with serious injuries following an assault in central London.Officers were called at around 00:40 on Saturday, June 3, to reports that a man had collapsed after being assaulted in Trafalgar Square. The 50-year-old is in hospital in a critical but stable condition. The victim was assaulted in the area outside the National Gallery - no weapons were involved.Two male suspects are believed to be involved and the Metropolitan Police are appealing for information. Jun 12, 2017
Dramatic video shows rescue of sex slave from South Carolina serial killer Play

Dramatic video shows rescue of sex slave from South Carolina serial killer

Chilling footage shows the moment a victim is freed from a notorious serial killer in November 2016. Kala Brown was kidnapped by Todd Kohlhepp in Woodruff, South Carolina and chained up inside a shipping container for two months. He also shot and killed her partner Charlie Carver and raped Brown daily.After Kohlhepps arrest, he confessed to seven murders, including an unsolved quadruple shooting in 2003. Kohlhepp previously lured another couple to his property promising a job and killed both in 2015. He was sentenced to seven consecutive life terms plus 60 years for kidnapping and sexual assault.Because he accepted a plea deal, he cannot receive the death penalty. Jun 11, 2017
Police ask public for information on London Bridge attack knives Play

Police ask public for information on London Bridge attack knives

Londons Metropolitan Police has released more details about the London Bridge terror attack. Police appealed to the public for information about were the knives used by the terrorists to attack pedestrians at London Bridge and Borough Market were bought. The ceramic knives used are branded Ernesto,were sold by German discounter Lidl and measure 12 inches in length. Images taken by police also shows the inside of the van used in the attack. Jun 10, 2017