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British Police Arrest Man in Hunt for London Bombers

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British police are keeping an open mind on whether more than one person was responsible for a London train bombing that injured 30 people, after they arrested an 18-year-old man earlier on Saturday.
“We are still pursuing numerous lines of enquiry, and at great pace,” Senior National Co-ordinator for Counter Terrorism Policing Neil Basu told reporters.
“Our priorities are … to identify and locate any other potential suspects.”
British police arrested an 18-year-old man in the port of Dover and raided a house in a small town outside London on Saturday as they hunted for whoever planted a bomb on a commuter train that injured 30 people a day earlier.
Prime Minister Theresa May put Britain on the highest security level of “critical” late on Friday, meaning another attack may be imminent, and deployed soldiers and armed police to strategic locations such as nuclear plants and defence sites.

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Video shows woman before hotel freezer death

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Surveillance video may shed light on the mysterious death of a young Chicago woman whose body was found in a hotel freezer last week. The case sparked accusations of foul play on social media.

Police in Rosemont, a suburb northwest of Chicago, said Kenneka Jenkins, 19, was last seen early Saturday, September 9, at a party at the Crowne Plaza Chicago O’Hare Hotel. Her family reported her missing later that day, and Jenkins’ body was found in the walk-in freezer at the hotel shortly before 1 a.m. Sunday. The results of an autopsy by the Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office are pending.
Surveillance video from inside the Crowne Plaza, released by the Rosemont Public Safety Department and obtained by CNN, shows Jenkins staggering through the hotel’s hallways early Saturday.

Kenneka Jenkins is shown here in this photo from Facebook.
In the footage, Jenkins is first seen walking through the hotel with several unidentified people around 1:13 a.m. on that Saturday. She appears to be steady.
But when Jenkins is next sighted exiting an elevator at 3:25 a.m., she is alone and visibly impaired, and staggers out of the elevator, briefly leaning on the wall for support before heading down the hallway.
Surveillance cameras next catch Jenkins in hallways at 3:27 and 3:29 a.m., also alone. She struggles to head in one direction, and nearly falls over several times, but catches herself.
The last clip shows Jenkins stumbling through the hotel kitchen, which appears to be empty. She walks out of view of the cameras at 3:32 a.m., the last time she was seen before her body was found in the hotel’s walk-in freezer.
Police say they have 36 hours of surveillance video from that weekend and have publicly released all clips in which Jenkins can be seen.
At no point in the footage provided to CNN can Jenkins be seen walking into the freezer.
Andrew Holmes, a community activist who said he is working with Jenkins’ family, said Thursday that Rosemont police showed him surveillance video of the young woman walking into the freezer in the hotel basement on her own.
Holmes told CNN affiliate WBBM Jenkins appeared to be lost and tried several doors to get upstairs to the hotel lobby before she walked into the freezer, located in an unsecure area.
“We all wanted to know: Did anybody pull her down there? Did anybody force her down there? Was anybody on the other side in that room when she got down there? And the answer to that is no,” Holmes told WBBM.
Holmes urged anyone with evidence in the case to contact police and stop making accusations on social media.
“Just don’t put it out there on Facebook because if you put it out there, then be prepared to answer what you put out there,” Holmes told WBBM.

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Secondary schools are ‘breaking law’ by not offering religious education

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More than a quarter of secondary schools in England are potentially breaking the law on religious education – by not offering it. According to research by the National Association of Teachers of Religious Education (NATRE), obtained by the BBC, 26 per cent of secondary schools do not feature religious education on the syllabus, which could leave pupils “unprepared for modern life”. The Freedom of Information data was collected in 2015 but has not been released until now.

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