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18 WORLD SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 22 2018 NTNE01Z01MA - V1 DAILYTELEGRAPH.COM.AU SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 22 2018 WORLD 29 V1 - TELE01Z01MA BEIJING: A model walks along the Great Wall during a rehearsal for the Pierre Cardin China Legend 40th Anniversary fashion show. Picture: AFP RED ALERT FOR A FASHION GREAT JOGGER STABBING ARREST WASHINGTON: A man has been arrested after a young woman was stabbed to death while out on an early evening run in her very safe neighbourhood. Wendy Martinez, who had just become engaged, was stabbed repeatedly at an intersection while out jogging near her home in Washington DC about 8pm on Tuesday night. Police announced the arrest of Anthony Crawford, 23, in connection with her murder in a press conference on Thursday morning local time. Metropolitan Police Chief Peter Newsham said information from officers and the public after the release of horrific CCTV footage had helped track down the suspect. Crawford was tracked down to a park on Wednesday night. Accuser will testify against judge WASHINGTON: A lawyer for a woman accusing US Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sex assault decades ago says shed be willing to testify to the Senate Judiciary Committee next week if they can agree to terms that are fair and which ensure her safety. The email from a lawyer for Christine Blasey Ford to commit tee aides also says that holding the session on Monday isnt possible. Panel chairman Chuck Grassley and Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell have said Monday would be her chance to testify. Dr Fords lawyers have said shes received death threats. She has said she wants the FBI to investigate her claim that Mr Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her at a high school party in the 1980s. Women who attended Dr Fords high school delivered a letter in support of her to senators, calling her accusation all too consistent with stories we heard and lived while going to the HoltonArms School. Organisers say more than 1000 women who went to the school signed the letter.Christine Ford. Rap mogul gets 28 yrs LOS ANGELES: Rap mogul Marion Suge Knight has pleaded no contest in Los Angeles to a charge of manslaughter for a 2015 hit-and-run killing. He has accepted a 28-year prison sentence under a deal with prosecutors. The 53-year-old co-founder of influential hip-hop label Death Row Records admitted using a deadly and dangerous weapon when he ran down two men with his ute. One of the victims, 55-yearold Terry Carter, later died of his injuries. The second man was left with a badly mangled left foot and head injuries. The deadly confrontation occurred on January 29, 2015, outside a hamburger stand in the LA suburb of Compton. Ferry sinks, killing 200 DAR ES SALAAM: More than 200 people are feared dead after a ferry sank in Tanzania. At least 42 people drowned after the ferry sank in Lake Victoria, but government officials fear the final death toll could be more than 200. Ukerewe district commissioner Colonel Lucas Magembe said the rescue mission to find survivors from the disaster had been halted until dawn on Friday (local time). Regional governor John Mongella said 37 survivors had been rescued. The cause of the accident was not immediately clear, but overloading is frequently to blame. It went down just a few metres from the dock in Tanzanias Ukerewe district. BALTIMORE: Four people are dead and seven injured after a mass shooting thought to have been carried out by a female employee at a pharmacys distribution centre in Maryland. Harford County Sheriffs Office confirmed four were dead after the attack at a Rite Aid warehouse, including the suspect, Snochia Moseley, 26, from Baltimore County. She had arrived for work at the warehouse in Aberdeen, northeast of Baltimore, as usual at about 9am and police were called at 9.06am after re ports of gunfire, arriving in minutes. Police said two victims died at the scene and one at hospital. Moseley (pictured) was fatally injured with a self-inflicted gunshot. Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler said the assailant was thought to have been armed with only a handgun, and that no shots were fired by officers responding to the scene. We do not believe there is an additional threat anywhere to the Harford County community, he added. Police said detectives were still working to establish a complete timeline and did not have a motive. Johns Hopkins Bayview Hospital spokesman Raymond Fang said four adults had been brought in with gunshot wounds, with two very seriously injured and two in a stable condition. One person was reportedly in a serious condition at Christiana Hospital in Newark, Delaware. A woman whose mother works at the warehouse showed WBAL-TV a harrow Four die in femme fatal above the knee. Mr Carre said another woman came in barefoot and crying. She said her friend had been shot in the head, he added. Mr Carre said several Rite Aid employees brought to his office told him the shooter was a female temporary worker at the warehouse. Normally, she was a nice person, but she came in in a bad mood, he said they told him, adding they said, she wanted to pick a fight. And then she started shooting. ing text her mum sent while hiding from the shooter. I love you both more than u will ever know, wrote Alexi S c h a r m a n n s mother in the message. There is a shooter in the building. I am hiding. I love you. Be good an take care of daddy an the pets if something should happen. Ms Scharmann said that while there was security and metal detectors in the adjacent building, there were not the same safeguards in the Liberty building, where her mother works. Mike Carre, an office worker at Zenith Global Logistics, told The Washington Post a male Rite Aid employee limped in bleeding after he was shot Woman in bad mood guns down colleagues at US warehouse
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