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.
Second victim of London Bridge attack is named as 23 - year - old former Cambridge student who was volunteering at prisoner rehabilitaion conference where terrorist ' s knife frenzy began . Saskia Jones, of Stratford-upon-Avon, was volunteering on the day she died.
London Bridge terror attack : Second victim named as 23 - year - old volunteer and Cambridge graduate Saskia Jones. ‘Saskia was a funny, kind Jack Merritt, 25, another former student who was involved with the programme as a course coordinator, was also killed in the attack on Friday afternoon.
The second victim of the London Bridge terror attack has been named as another young Cambridge University graduate.
Saskia Jones, 23, of Stratford-upon-Avon, died alongside Jack Merritt, 25, of Cottenham, Cambridgeshire, after Usman Khan, 28, went on a deadly knife frenzy in London on Friday.
Both graduates were taking part in a prisoner rehabilitation conference that was trying to rehabilitate the likes of the terrorist who went on to kill them. Miss Jones was working as a volunteer and Mr Merritt as a coordinator.
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 woman killed in the London Bridge terror attack on Friday has been named as 23 - year - old Cambridge Saskia Jones, 23, was the second victim of the London Bridge terror attack . Questions have emerged around how the terrorist , who was wearing a monitoring tag during the
The identity of the second victim of jihadist Usman Khan’ s knife attack on London Bridge has been Professor Toope paid tribute to Khan’ s other victim , 25- year - old Jack Merritt, who was a The Islamic State terrorist organization claimed responsibility for Khan’ s rampage, according to SITE
The 23-year-old's family paid tribute to her 'funny, kind, positive influence', saying she was 'intent on living life to the full'.
Khan was on licence and wearing an electronic monitoring tag when he attended the conference organised by Cambridge University scheme Learning Together at Fishmongers' Hall near London Bridge.
Who was London Bridge terrorist Usman Khan? The extremist jailed for plan to start terror training camp
The judge who sentenced Usman Khan in 2012 warned he would be a danger to society if he was ever let out of prison. Khan had previously conspired to start a terrorist training camp.Khan was released from prison on licence last year after serving eight years in jail for his part in another terror plot.
Second victim of London Bridge terror attack named as 'kind, positive' Saskia Jones, 23 . The Metropolitan Police have named the man and woman who died in the terrorist attack near London Bridge The victim , alongside other former student Jack Merritt were murdered by Usman Khan, a
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He was shot dead by police after members of the public bravely rushed to disarm him, one with a narwhal tusk taken from the venue.
The attack left three other people injured, one of whom was a member of staff, the university's vice-chancellor Stephen Toope has said.
Today one of the people injured in the horrific attack was allowed to return home, while two others remain in hospital.
Miss Jones's family's heart-breaking statement read: 'Saskia was a funny, kind, positive influence at the centre of many people's lives.
'She had a wonderful sense of mischievous fun and was generous to the point of always wanting to see the best in all people.
'She was intent on living life to the full and had a wonderful thirst for knowledge, enabling her to be the best she could be.
'Saskia had a great passion for providing invaluable support to victims of criminal injustice, which led her to the point of recently applying for the police graduate recruitment programme, wishing to specialise in victim support.
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.
A woman killed in the London Bridge attack was a former Cambridge student , the university has said. Jack Merritt: London Bridge attack victim described as 'best guy'. Among the three people injured, whose identities have not been publicly released, is a member of university staff.
Second victim of London Bridge attack is named as 23 - year - old former student who was volunteering at prisoner rehabilitation conference It is the second act of violence to rock London in 48 hours after terrorist Usman Khan stabbed five people, killing two, on London Bridge on Friday.
'This is an extremely painful time for the family. Saskia will leave a huge void in our lives and we would request that our privacy is fully respected.'
Miss Jones was a cadet during her time at Cambridge and also worked as a personal trainer.
She described herself on her LinkedIn page as: 'Passionate about people, education, and inspiring others.'
Her undergraduate and postgraduate research focused on violence against women and girls with additional voluntary work with inmates at HMP Grendon whilst at Cambridge University.
She was completing a two-year graduate programme with West Midlands Police and studied at Anglia Ruskin University before Cambridge.
Mr Merritt's family described their 25-year-old son a 'beautiful, talented boy', saying he died 'doing what he loved'.
'He lit up our lives and the lives of his many friends and colleagues, and we will miss him terribly,' it read.
His girlfriend, veterinary science student Leanne O'Brien, learned of her boyfriend's murder just weeks after they had enjoyed a romantic trip to Seville, Spain, to celebrate his 25th birthday.
Girlfriend's anguish at memorial for London Bridge victims
The girlfriend of one of the London Bridge terror attack victims has been comforted as she sobbed through a memorial in his hometown. © PA Leanne O'Brien, the girlfriend of Mr Merritt, was supported by family members during the service in Cambridge Twin vigils were held in London and in Cambridge this morning to remember Saskia Jones, 23, and 25-year-old Jack Merritt who were fatally stabbed during the attack by convicted terrorist Usman Khan on Friday.The pair had been involved in a prisoner rehabilitation conference that their killer had also been attending.
London Bridge terrorist Usman Khan, 28, killed Cambridge University postgraduate Jack Merritt Second victim of London Bridge attack is named as 23 - year - old former student who was The Imam of the mosque where London Bridge attacker Usman Khan worshipped as a boy has
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Mr Merritt believed that Khan's apparent redemption was a powerful case study of how a life could be changed for the better, but it now appears his rehabilitation was a sham intended to hide his murderous intentions.
He was shot dead by police before ISIS claimed responsibility for his attack.
Cambridge University's vice-chancellor Stephen Toope called the news devastating, adding: 'I am devastated to learn that among the victims of the London Bridge attack were staff and alumni of the University of Cambridge, taking part in an event to mark five years of the Learning Together programme.
'What should have been a joyous opportunity to celebrate the achievements of this unique and socially transformative programme, hosted by our Institute of Criminology, was instead disrupted by an unspeakable criminal act.
'I am sad beyond words to report that course coordinator Jack Merritt and former student Saskia Jones were killed.
'Both were Cambridge graduates. Among the three people injured, whose identities have not been publicly released, is a member of University staff.
'Our University condemns this abhorrent and senseless act of terror. Our condolences, our thoughts and our deepest sympathies are with the victims and their families.'
Oxford University cancels prison scheme which London Bridge victim Jack Merritt was due to open today as it's revealed Cambridge professors behind idea witnessed knife rampage
Speaking on Radio 4 this morning, Professor Stephen Toope, the vice chancellor of Cambridge, declined to say whether the programme would continue following the atrocity. © Provided by Daily Mail Khan was attending a celebratory session of the programme when he started his attack and killed co-coordinator Jack Merritt and volunteer Saskia Jones He said both academics who set up the scheme, Cambridge professors Ruth Armstrong and Amy Ludlow, were at the event in London's Fishmonger's Hall when Khan started his knife attack.
CONVICTED terrorist Usman Khan, 28, stabbed to death the woman and 25- year - old Jack Merritt in the THE woman killed in the London Bridge terror attack on Friday was a former Cambridge Questions have emerged around how the terrorist - who was wearing a monitoring tag during the
The second victim of the London Bridge attack was a former student at Cambridge University The other victim was Jack Merritt, 25, who worked for the university' s criminology department and As part of the programme, students based at the University of Cambridge studied with prisoners on
Former Conservative MP Nadhim Zahawi tweeted: 'Shocked & sickened to learn that the second victim of the terror attack on London Bridge is 23 year old Saskia Jones from Stratford upon Avon. My prayers are with her family and friends. A tragic loss of a young life.'
And The director of the Institute of Criminology, at the University of Cambridge, where both had studied has paid tribute to them.
Professor Loraine R Gelsthorpe said in a statement: 'Saskia's warm disposition and extraordinary intellectual creativity was combined with a strong belief that people who have committed criminal offences should have opportunities for rehabilitation.
'Though she completed her MPhil in Criminology in 2018, her determination to make an enduring and positive impact on society in everything she did led her to stay in contact with the Learning Together community. They valued her contributions enormously and were inspired by her determination to push towards the good.
'All of us at the Institute will miss Jack's quiet humour and rigorous intellect. His determined belief in rehabilitation inspired him to join the Institute as a staff member to work in the Learning Together research team after completing his MPhil in Criminology in 2017.
'Jack's passion for social and criminal justice was infectious. He was deeply creatively and courageously engaged with the world, advocating for a politics of love. He worked tirelessly in dark places to pull towards the light.'
The statement added: 'We are grateful to other members of the Learning Together community who bravely risked their own lives to hold off the attacker until the police arrived.
'These men included Her Majesty's Prison and Probation Service staff and several people who have spent time in prison. They worked together selflessly to bring an end to this tragedy and to save further lives.
'Our thoughts and prayers are with their families, friends, and colleagues and students at the Institute and University more widely who were at the event, as well as others who were there and who have been affected and injured.'
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.