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TWO ARRESTED AFTER FATAL CAR CRASH

Urban Echo was at the scene of a fatal car accident on Manningham Lane yesterday (4 November 2014) evening where we reported unconfirmed rumours of fatal casualties. It is now confirmed that two 18-year-olds were killed in the crash and there have been two arrests made. A red Honda Civic was travelling along Manningham Lane towards Keighley, when it mounted the kerb and struck a bollard on the pavement and the corner of a building on Hamilton Street. The occupants of the Civic, two 18-year-old men from Bradford, were pronounced dead at…

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Anatomy Of British Jihadists in Syria

  Anatomy of British Jihadists in Syria   by Mohammed Nazir Tabassum It is believed that more than 600 British born Muslims have joined forces of Islamic State in Syria. They are now deemed as a potential threat to not only the already devastated states of Syria and Iraq but to the Western world too. Many of them don’t hesitate to express openly their intentions to target Britain. Today the big question is: What circumstances drive these young people to risk their and others’ lives in an undefined manner? There…

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Leadership For A Better Society

Leadership for a better society – By Naz Shah Someone once said to me, “Model yourself on the best in the globe and aspire to be the ultimate. Be the best at what you do, to the best of your ability. Only when you pursue perfection can you meet your true potential.” Nothing quite gets me on my soapbox than issues of social justice and inequalities, and for me the root for achieving justice and equality is simply transformational leadership. Let me explain. During my time as a commissioner in…

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Malala Yousafzai

On October 2014, at just 17 years old, Malala Yousafzai became the youngest ever winner of the Nobel Peace Prize for her resolute determination to ensure girls and children all over the world are entitled to an education. Her now internationally recognised activism began with a gunshot to the head by a Taliban member in October 2012, because of her demands for girls in Pakistan to be able to go to school. Since then, Malala has been pushed into the limelight and has delivered speeches worldwide, including the United Nations.…

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Angry mob hacks off alleged rapist’s genitals with meat cleaver after dragging him into butchers

A man accused of trying to rape a teenage girl is in a critical condition after locals hacked off his genitals with a meat cleaver in a butcher shop. After hearing terrified screams, an angry mob took the law into its own hands and dragged Suresh Kumar, 40, into a butchers in the city of Ganganagar, India. He was found down an alley, pinning the terrified girl against a wall. Following a community meeting, the vigilantes decided to drag him to a local butcher’s shop where they beat him with…

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Paedophiles who download images ‘won’t all be charged’

Some paedophiles with images of child abuse will escape prosecution, the head of the National Crime Agency says. Keith Bristow said expecting all the estimated 50,000 people in the UK who have accessed abuse images to be brought to justice was “not realistic”. He said police would have to focus on those who posed most risk. Labour called it “disgraceful”, adding that the NCA was not fit for dealing with the problem. The Home Office said all crimes should be investigated. ‘Uncomfortable’ Some 660 arrests were made during a recent…

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Statement On The Investigation Into Complaints About A Speech By MP George Galloway.

Chief Superintendent Paul Money, Leeds District Commander, said: “West Yorkshire Police received a number of complaints about the content of a speech made by Bradford MP George Galloway on August 2 this year. “A full investigation has been carried out which included Mr Galloway being voluntarily interviewed under caution. “A file was submitted to The Crown Prosecution Service for advice on whether any offences had been committed and they have now concluded that there is insufficient evidence to support any charges. “West Yorkshire Police always takes complaints of hate offences…

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UKIP gains first elected MP with Clacton win

The UK Independence Party has gained its first elected MP, with Douglas Carswell taking the seat of Clacton by 12,404 votes. Mr Carswell, who defected from the Conservatives, knocked his old party – which enjoyed a 12,068 majority at the 2010 election – into second place. UKIP leader Nigel Farage said he had “shaken up British politics”. In the night’s other by-election, Labour held on to Heywood and Middleton but UKIP slashed its majority to 617. Mr Farage told BBC Breakfast UKIP could hold the balance of power after next…

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Somalia’s government launches postal service

Somalia’s government has launched its first postal service in more than two decades. It has also introduced postcodes nationwide for the first time in the country’s history. The postal service fell into disuse when long-serving ruler Siad Barre’s regime collapsed in 1991. Its reintroduction is the latest sign that some normality is returning to Somalia after more than two decades of clan and religious-based conflict. Last week, Somalia’s first-ever cash withdrawal machine was installed in the capital, Mogadishu. Minister of Posts and Telecommunications Mohamed Ibrahim said Somalis would now be…

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St Louis protests resume over police shooting

Police in riot gear used pepper spray on angry protesters on the streets of St Louis in a second night of unrest after the shooting of a black teenager. Police say the white officer who killed Vonderrit D Myers, 18, was returning fire, but the victim’s parents say he was unarmed and racially profiled. Some protesters burned American flags, while chanting demands for justice. Two months ago a fatal shooting in the nearby suburb of Ferguson sparked weeks of unrest and international headlines. Read more

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