Elderly man allegedly stabbed his wife to death
An elderly man accused of murdering his wife in Melbourne's north has faced court as homicide detectives applied to keep photographs taken of him after the alleged killing. © Shutterstock Ernest Fluder, 83, appeared before Melbourne Magistrates Court today, charged with killing his wife Lucia Aurelia Fluder, 76, at their Hadfield home between November 20 and 21.During the filing hearing, homicide detectives successfully applied to take a DNA sample from Fluder, as well as to keep photographs of the accused, taken at a police station on November 22.
Grieving parents of Australian au pair , 21 , stabbed to death on London Bridge by terrorists in 2017 slams UK authorities for not learning Her mother and stepfather Julie and Mark Wallace believe the UK authorities haven't learned from Sara' s death after convicted terrorist Usman Khan
AUSTRALIAN au pair Sara Zelenak, 21 , had slipped over in her high heels running away from the Sara' s parents Julie and Mark Wallace told of the horrifying moment they learned of her deathCredit Eight people were killed in a van and knife rampage on London Bridge and in Borough Market on
The grieving parents of a young Australian nanny stabbed to death in London Bridge two years ago are heartbroken and angry after another terrorist has claimed more lives in the same spot.
Queenslander Sara Zelenak, 21, was one of eight people and two Australian women killed in the London Bridge terror attack in June 2017.
Her mother and stepfather Julie and Mark Wallace believe the UK authorities haven't learned from Sara's death after convicted terrorist Usman Khan murdered Brits Jack Merritt, 25, and Saskia Jones, 23, on London Bridge last Friday.
3 people injured in Hague stabbing, Dutch police say
Three people were wounded in a stabbing in The Hague’s main shopping street Friday night, and police were searching for at least one suspect, authorities said.A Dutch police spokeswoman said it was still too early to say whether a terror motive was to blame for the attack in The Hague.
On 3 June 2017 , a terrorist vehicle-ramming and stabbing took place in London , England. A van was deliberately driven into pedestrians on London Bridge before crashing on the south bank of the River
James McMullan was stabbed as he came to the aid of Australian au pair Sara Zelenak, 21 , as When terrorists careered down London Bridge and smashed into railings, he came to the aid of People then ran for their lives when a man emerged wielding a bloody knife which had just been used
The couple have slammed authorities for not monitoring Khan more closely.
He had been on parole for less than a year after serving time behind bars for his involvement in an Al-Qaeda inspired plot to blow up the London Stock Exchange in 2012.
Mrs Wallace is angry no changes have been made since a Coroner recommended 'massive changes' at the recent 10 week inquest into the 2017 attack which claimed Sara's life.
'What are they achieved if they don't make any change?' a frustrated Ms Wallace told Channel Seven'son Monday.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison describes terrorist knife attack by a man wearing a fake explosive vest in London as a 'despicable act'
He said he was not aware of any Australians being caught up in the attacks at this stage, but is in close contact with local authorities. London police are treating the attack on London Bridge on Friday, where a man wearing a fake explosive vest stabbed several people, killing two, as a terrorist attacker.The attacker was fatally shot dead by police.In the Netherlands, three people were stabbed in The Hague's main shopping district.Police are searching for a least one suspect.Dutch police say it is too early to say whether a terror motive was to blame for the attack.
The parents of an Australian au pair who died in the London Bridge terror attack today said they Mark and Julie Wallace said their daughter , Sara Zelenak, 21 , had been “having the time of her life” “We wanted to honour our daughter and help people who had also suffered from sudden deaths in
CAPITAL BAN. London Bridge terrorist was banned from visiting London but had 1-day Jack Merritt had been at the Learning Together event at London Bridge when the attack unfolded. London Bridge terrorist Usman Khan, third from the right, was arrested in 2012 along with his Al
'They let him out earlier and he does it again in the same place, We are all unsafe. We have got massive holes in our heart that can never be healed.'
She believes more innocent lives will be lost in London unless the system is overhauled.
'Obviously, they're under-resourced, there's not enough police in London to protect them,' Ms Wallace said.
'That means everyone of us who travels, or even at home, is unsafe. We have to up it because it's so unfair.'
'It has to stop. They have to make changes.'
The couple had just returned from an international conference in Europe, where they met other terror victims and their families when they heard the news of the latest deadly attack on London Bridge within 24 hours.
'Immediately, it brings back those horrific memories of when Sara was murdered murdered two-and-a-half years ago,' Mr Wallace recalled.
'It pushed Jules and I into a spiral of depression, we sat around all day reflecting.'
The Islamic State claimed responsibility for the London Bridge knife terror attack
The Islamic State has claimed responsibility on Saturday for the London Bridge knife terror attack on Friday, where two were killed and three wounded.The Islamic State's Amaq news agency said it was one of its soldiers who carried out the attack, but it hasn't offered any proof.
Grieving parents of Australian nurse murdered while helping London Bridge terror attack victims Sara Zelenak, 21 , was killed when three men ploughed a van into pedestrians on the bridge before Spaniard Ignacio Echeverria was stabbed to death as he tried to fight off the terrorist attackers with
The Australian prime minister, Malcolm Turnbull, has suggested that four Australians could be among those injured Two weeks ago today we lost our darling daughter and sister, Eilidh MacLeod, in one of the We grieve the loss of our beautiful, loving daughter and sister. She had room in her heart for
His wife added: 'The thing that hurts me so much is to endure over 10 weeks at the inquest in June.'
They have been inundated calls and messages from the first responders who tried to revive Sara since the latest attack on Friday.
'They called us straight away, asking if we were okay,' Ms Wallace said.
'They were on duty that night in the same place. People from Borough Market restaurants, they had the same staff as well. They are all reliving the event.'
The inquest into the 2017 attack earlier this year heard how Ms Zelenak had suffered multiple stab wounds during the attack but the fatal blow was to her neck, which severed her spinal cord.
Before leaving for UK in March 2017, Ms Zelenak worked with her stepfather as a crane truck operator in Brisbane to save up for her trip.
On June 3 2017, a van with three terrorists inside crashed into pedestrians on London Bridge, before they jumped out of the vehicle and began stabbing people.
Victims in London Bridge attack were recent Cambridge grads working with prisoners
Saskia Jones, 23, had recently graduated from University of Cambridge and was volunteering in the school's "Learning Together" program.Saskia Jones, a 23-year-old from Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, was identified Sunday by London’s Metropolitan Police as the second fatality in the attack. Jack Merritt, a 25-year-old from Cottenham, Cambridgeshire, was identified Saturday.
The family of Sara Zelenak, 21 , an au pair from Brisbane, who had been missing since being separated from As the process of identifying victims continues, Spanish authorities are still awaiting news of Australian Sara Zelenak, 21 , was last seen running from the attack on London Bridge , where she
AUSTRALIAN au pair Sara Zelenak, 21 , had slipped Sara Zelenak, 21 , slipped on her high heels in the rain and was stabbed to death . THE DEVASTATED mum of the youngest victim of the London Bridge terror attack has revealed the horrifying moment she learned of her daughter ’ s death saying
Ms Zelenak had been enjoying dinner with friends in nearby Borough market at the time.
She tried to flee the attackers but stumbled when her heel got caught in the footpath.
Ms Zelenak had only been in London for a few months where she was working as a nanny.
She had plans to reunite with her mother and stepfather in Paris just weeks after her life was cut short.
'I said "Sara's dead?", I couldn't breathe, I couldn't do anything. I couldn't take the seat belt off. I just went into shock,' Mrs Wallace told ABC'slast year.
Her husband added: 'As soon as Jules stood up and started crying then she didn't have to say anything. I knew. We were both just bawling our eyes out. We couldn't believe it.
The couple have set up Sarz Sanctuary, a charity to help families suffering from traumatic grief as a result of a sudden or violent death of a loved one.
'This is our absolute purpose in life now,' Ms Wallace told Sunrise.
Convicted murderer James Ford who confronted London Bridge terrorist Usman Khan while on day release is moved to new jail after death threats .
James Ford, 42, tried to save Saskia Jones, 23, by performing CPR after she was fatally stabbed by Khan in the attack which also killed 25-year-old Jack Merritt. He has been moved to a new prison.James Ford, 42, tried to save Saskia Jones, 23, by performing CPR after she was fatally stabbed by Khan in the attack which also killed 25-year-old Jack Merritt.