Tuesday, 26 January 2016

Biggest Celebrity Twitter Feuds -

Russell Brand, Donald Trump

The Donald decided to use his 140 characters to hurl harsh insults at comedian Russell Brand in October 2014. "I watched Russell Brand @rustyrockets on the @jimmyfallon show the other night—what the hell do people see in Russell—a major loser!" he posted. Trump also tweeted, ".@katyperry must have been drunk when she married Russell Brand @rustyrockets—but he did send me a really nice letter of apology!" Brand struck back and wrote, ".@realDonaldTrump are you drunk when you write these tweets? Or does that foam you spray on your bald head make you high?" Shaaade!

Biggest Celebrity Twitter Feuds - Lady Gaga vs. Kelly Osbourne

Kelly Osbourne lashed out at Lady Gaga in October 2013 because she bought her birthday cake and presented it to her mom, Sharon Osbourne, during an appearance on The X Factor UK. After hearing about the gesture, Kelly tweeted, "Not to be ungrateful but why would you send me a birthday cake via my MOTHER in a country half the [world] away? #JustSendItToME #LoveNotWar." She also posted a photo of a cake with the hashtags, "#EatMySh-t #Hypocrisy." In response, Gaga took the high road and tweeted, "I didn't know it was your B-day until this afternoon. Meant as a peace offering. Happy Birthday." The two ladies previously clashed after Kelly called the Mother Monster a "butterface" in 2009.

Biggest Celebrity Twitter Feuds - Nicki Minaj vs. Farrah Abraham

The "Super Bass" rapper found herself embroiled in a heated Twitter argument in January 2016 after she tweeted her, um, candid thoughts on an episode of Teen Mom OG. "Farrah is a c--t to her mother," she wrote. Yikes! Abraham obviously didn't take too kindly to the insult and replied, "Cause your a parent right? Your videos look like porn Horrible good luck being negative #Godbless busy making TV." Minaj blasted back, "Your mother didn't open her legs and have that child. Be happy she's helping! Stop talking to her like that on tv u lil c--t @F1abraham." The MC also added, "Instead of dragging your mother, learn the difference between 'you're' & 'your', ding bat."

Biggest Celebrity Twitter Feuds - Rihanna and Ciara

The R&B songstresses engaged in a Twitter showdown after Ciara called out the "Diamonds" singer on Fashion Police in February 2011 for being impolite at a party. Rihanna responded to the insult and tweeted, "My bad ci, did I 4get to tip u? #howrudeofme." Ciara then replied, "Trust me Rhianna u dont want to see me on or off the stage." The two went back and forth until RiRi decided to call a truce. "Ciara baby, I love u girl! U hurt my feelings real bad on TV! I'm heartbroken! That's y I retaliated this way! So sorry! #letsmakeup," she wrote. Ciara graciously accepted her apology and the feud cooled off. Whew!

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Biggest Celebrity Twitter Feuds - Amber Rose vs. Khloe Kardashian

After Rose commented on Kylie Jenner's relationship with Tyga on The Breakfast Club in February 2015, calling her a "baby" who "needs to go to bed at 7 o'clock and relax," Kardashian came to her little sister's defense on Twitter. "Please don't worry about my sister who has a career and her s--t together at ONLY 17.  People who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones," she posted, also referencing the fact Rose admitted she stripped at 15 to provide for her family. "Please stop talking about us in interviews mama. None of us talk about you," the E! reality star added. The feud got nastier when Rose fired back and dissed Kim Kardashian. "@khloekardashian I'll be that lil whore to support my family like ur older sister is a whore 2 support hers. We're even #MuvaGivesFacts," she wrote.

Godfather Actor Abe Vigoda Dies At Age 94

Godfather Actor Abe Vigoda Dies At Age 94

American character actor Abe Vigoda, best known for his role in The Godfather and the 1970s TV series Barney Miller, has died at age 94.
Vigoda died in his sleep on Tuesday at his daughter's home in New Jersey, she told the AP news agency.
Carol Vigoda Fuchs said the cause of death was old age.
She said: "This man was never sick."

Can schools ban the veil?

A woman wearing a niqab

No-one knows how many adult women in the UK wear the full face covering known as the niqab.
But it is a minority of British Muslim women, many prefer to simply cover their hair with the hijab.
Uniform rules in state-funded schools in England tend to reflect the sensibilities of local communities, as each school determines its own policy.

Many allow the hijab and adapt their uniforms to accommodate concerns about modesty.
Now, Ofsted says head teachers are coming under pressure to relax rules that exclude full face coverings.

It will not say where or how many schools are facing this pressure, but the chief inspector of schools in England is massively raising the stakes.
On Tuesday, Sir Michael Wilshaw said a school could be judged by Ofsted inspectors as inadequate if the wearing of a full face covering was "clearly hindering communication".

It is a line in the sand.
It may be welcomed by some head teachers, if they do feel under pressure, but will also be seen as provocative.
How can you prove communication and learning is being hindered?

Case 'escalated'

Some will be asking where the research basis for this is or whether it is more about a broader cultural judgement.

The law was tested to the limits on this issue a decade ago, when the case of Shabina Begum was considered by the Law Lords.
At the beginning of a school year, as she was about to turn 14, Shabina arrived at school in what the judges described as a "long coat like garment", known as the jilbab.

It was not in the school uniform policy, on which local mosques and Muslim governors had been consulted.
Shabina was turned away. And, over the next two years, the case escalated through the court system.
In the end, the school won the argument that her right to show her religion had not been infringed, although the Law Lords were not unanimous in their decision.

One of the arguments taken into account was the potential pressure on other girls to adopt similar clothes.
But, 10 years on, it is hard to know how a similar case would be weighed up in the courts.
The Shabina Begum ruling was decided on the detailed circumstances at that school at that time.
The debate about the veil has never really gone away. Only a handful of state funded schools are thought to allow the wearing of the nijab, mainly in their sixth form.

There is no current evidence of it impeding the pupils in achieving excellence.
For a school to be rated as failing purely on the grounds of the nijab being allowed seems for the moment improbable.
But any head teacher wanting to maintain a very inclusive uniform policy will now be able to point to Ofsted and the Department for Education in backing up their policy.

Webcam sex abuse 'established reality' in the UK

Computer generated image of a child used to assess abuse via web chat rooms
Charities have used fake computer generated images of children to try and assess the scale of the problem                
Paedophile Trevor Monk paid for the live streaming of child abuse from the Philippines and then travelled there to carry out the abuse himself. His case represents a growing problem of British men ordering abuse over the internet.
A webcam and an internet connection was all Monk needed to carry out a catalogue of abuse on children as young as eight years old.

Having arranged "facilitators" to co-ordinate from Manila, the 47-year-old transferred money in exchange for young girls performing sex acts in front of a computer.

Watching the live stream from his home in Erith, south-east London, Monk later went a step further and travelled to the Philippines where he abused at least nine young girls in person. He is also known to have travelled to Thailand.

Police and charities are concerned this type of abuse is a growing trend, made easier by the amount of untraceable messaging services now available.
Typically offenders like Monk use social media or live pornography sites to make contact - either with a family or a pimp.

They then pay as little as £15 via international transfer and are allowed to direct the abuse over the internet.
But this case also reveals just how much money can be involved. Over a four year period between 2010 and 2014 Monk paid out more than £14,000 to pay for what he called "shows", transferring the money in small amounts via Western Union.

'Established reality'

It is impossible to measure the scale of the problem accurately as experts say offenders rarely record the sessions and there is no way for police to intercept live streaming.
But Europol, the European law enforcement agency, says it's no longer "an emerging trend, but an established reality".

In 2013 Dutch charity Terre des Hommes decided to find out how bad the situation was.

After setting up a fake profile of a Filipina child and even creating a realistic avatar, or web image of the 10-year-old, workers for the charity logged on to internet chat rooms posing as the youngster.
In the space of 10 weeks, "she" was contacted by 20,000 men, 1,000 of whom offered "her" money to perform sex acts.

Two years ago, I travelled to the Philippines to observe the effects of this global crime on the local population.

Webcam abuse victim
The BBC found in 2014 that the abuse took place in slum areas in the Philippines                

I met children as young as five who had been sexually assaulted by their own parents - paid to do so by sex offenders in Europe.
During visits to slums in Cebu City in the south of the country, I saw that whole areas had been taken over by the trade.
Police took me to a house where children would be brought by their relatives to take part in the live streaming.
I was told that it had become "a cottage industry".

'Powerful message'

Law enforcement is beginning to make inroads into the trade and Filipino police carry out raids and arrests on a regular basis.

Operation Endeavour, which began in 2012, has seen the UK's National Crime Agency working with Australian police and the US authorities and has led to 29 international arrests.

Monk's case is significant because it shows that though his crimes began in the UK, using live streaming, they then led to him travelling to carry out "contact abuse" in the Philippines with the internet facilitating an escalation to his offending.

Nothing is known about what happened to the children he abused, although investigations are still on going.
Though the fact that he got caught was thanks to the co-operation between police forces in four different countries.

That should send a powerful message to offenders that they cannot hide behind the anonymity of the internet.

The Rock Returns to WWE Monday Night Raw, Charms the Heck Out of Miami

You can't not like Dwayne Johnson—he's just too damn charismatic.

The Rock (don't act like you don't know him by both names) made a grand return to WWE Monday Night Raw in Miami. He palled around with Rick Ross, selfied it up with fans and received an overwhelmingly warm welcome home from thousands of screaming fans. The People's Champ poked fun at old rivalries, settled right back into his old ways and boldly jumped in the ring.

The WWE star turned actor, who is scheduled to take part in Wrestlemania 32 this April, seemed to enjoy his WWE return as much as the crowd did.  After inviting The New Day into the ring and subsequently kicking their butts, he told the people he looked forward to seeing them at Wrestlemania and even delivered his signature, "Can you smelllll what The Rock is cooking?"

Dwayne The Rock Johnson's New Under Armour Ad Will Have You Sprinting to the Gym
Later that night, Dwayne Instagrammed a photo of his return to the ring.

He's definitely gone Hollywood in the sense he brings big bucks to the box office, but he hasn't forgotten where he comes form or the hard work it takes to stay on top!

Celebs you didn't know were adopted

  Jamie was raised by his mom's adoptive parents soon after his birth on December 13, 1967.

Kelly Preston

When Kelly was three, her dad passed away after tragically drowning. Kelly's mom Linda remarried a man named Peter Palzis

Kelly Rowland

Though it hasn't been confirmed, it's long been rumored that Kelly was adopted by Beyonce's family when she was young.

Keyisha Cole
At the age of two Keyisha was adopted by her biological mom Francine Lons' family friends Leon and Yvonne Cole

Nicole Richie
While many people believe Nicole is the biological daughter of Lionel Richie, he actually adopted her when she was nine. Nicole's biological parents were friends of Lionel and his then-wife Brenda Harvey. Nicole moved in with Lionel and Brenda when she was three and they formally adopted her when she was nine.

Who wore the sexy see-through top and bra better?

Kim Kardashian, Rita Ora

Kim Kardashian! or Rita Ora!

Enter your vote in the comment below.


Report of shots fired at San Diego navy medical centre

The hospital serves wounded soldiers and is a training facility
The hospital serves wounded soldiers and is a training facility
A witness reported hearing three gun shots at a California naval hospital, but a search of the complex found no sign of a gunman.
The report prompted a large police response and the Naval Medical Center in San Diego was locked down for hours.

The hospital had warned of an active shooter situation, advising people in the area to "run, hide or fight".

However, a search by police dogs and other personnel found no evidence that shooting took place.
The reported shots were heard in the basement of Building 26, which acts a barracks for injured service members.
With over 6,500 personnel, the hospital serves wounded soldiers and serves as a training facility for nursing schools in the area.

Palace sign Emmanuel Adebayor


Also today, Crystal Palace have guaranteed themselves 20 goals between now and the end of May after signing Emmanuel Adebayor.

He'll then sign a three-year contract and the goals will dry up quicker than a glass of water in the desert.

Call me cynical, but we've seen this before. Right?

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Andros Townsend: Newcastle agree fee with Tottenham

Andros Townsend
Andros Townsend scored his last Tottenham goal in March 2015
Newcastle have agreed a fee, believed to be about £12m, to sign Tottenham's England winger Andros Townsend.
The 24-year-old has made just three substitute appearances in the Premier League this season.

Andros Townsend
Andros Townsend tweeted an image of him leaving the club's training ground on Tuesday

Townsend - who has played 10 times for England - was dropped for a Europa League match in November after a row with fitness coach Nathan Gardiner.
Newcastle have already signed midfielders Jonjo Shelvey and Henri Saivet in this transfer window.
Townsend joined the Tottenham academy aged eight but did not become a first-team regular until the start of the 2013-14 season, by which time he had been sent out on nine separate loan spells.

This season, though, he has only started three games - two in the Europa League and the Capital One Cup defeat by Arsenal.

He appeared to confirm that he was leaving Tottenham on Tuesday afternoon, tweeting a picture of him leaving the club's training ground.

Can you help? Woolwich teenager has been missing for over a month

Newton Umukoro has been missing from his home since December 20

Police are appealing for the public's help to find missing teenage boy from Woolwich.
Newton Umukoro, 17, was reported to police as missing on January 20 and has not been seen at home since December 20 last year.

Officers and his family are concerned for his well being.
Newton is described as black, about 5ft 7ins tall with a slim build and short black hair. It is not know what clothing he was wearing when he went missing.

Newton has connections to the Peckham, Plumstead and Woolwich areas.
Anyone who has seen Newton or who knows of his whereabouts is urged to contact police in Greenwich via 101. 

Biko, what is going on here? Is that an eggplant in that girl's mouth?

Lol. What kind of beach photo is this? Is she high on gum?

Photos: Buhari receives US Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker at the state house

President Buhari received the US Secretary of Commerce Ms. Penny Pritzker at the State house today January 26th. Ms Pritzker said she was directed by President Obama to lead a 10-man American business men and women team to Nigeria to seek ways the two countries can partner.

“The purpose is to better understand the opportunities and challenges of doing business in Nigeria. Our team is very optimistic about your government’s commitment to security, good governance, fighting corruption, having reliable and regular regulatory policies. All these make us optimistic about working together. We are not here to sell policies, but to partner with you” she said.

Married professor caught having sex with his student..another student filmed it & posted it online..18+

A married college professor, who was having an affair with one of his students has been disgraced. The University of Arkansas professor was filmed having sex with a student inside one of the classrooms in the school. The student who filmed it and posted it online said the tryst happened during off-hours. Instead of showing the video to authorities, he anonymously posted it online. See the video here...but please you have to be 18+ to watch. It's graphic!

Popular Lagos gang leader, Sunday Terror killed by Police (graphic photo)

‎A gang leader/cultist in Lagos popularly known as Sunday Terror was killed by policemen from the Denton police station Ebute Metta yesterday, January 25th during a shootout in Ondo street, Lagos. Sunday Terror, who is said to be a menace and responsible for a lot of atrocities in the area ranging from robbery and murder, led his men to a unleash violence on a house in Ondo street, when the police was called. He was killed during a shoot-out with policemen.

There was reportedly wild jubilation as the Special Anti-robbery squad came to collect his corpse from the police station. He had been on the watch list of the Area C Command in Surulere, Lagos for a while now. A photo of his naked body after he was killed after the cut..


Chelsea and Ghana's Christian Atsu loaned to Malaga

Ghana's Christian Atsu
Ghana's Christian Atsu has yet to play a competitive game for Chelsea

Ghana and Chelsea winger Christian Atsu has joined Spanish side Malaga on loan until the end of the season.
He spent the first half of the season on loan at Bournemouth but failed to make any Premier League appearances.
The 24-year-old had told BBC Sport that he was set to move to another Spanish club, Levante, but that deal didn't materialise.
"Spanish football will suit me," Atsu told BBC Sport during his discussions with Levante.
"A player should be able to play in any league but right now it's not what suits you or doesn't suit you it's where I will get time to play."
A statement on Chelsea's official website said that Atsu had agreed to "continue his development" with Primera Division side Malaga.
Chelsea bought Atsu in September 2013 from Porto but he is yet to make a competitive appearance for them.
He has had previous loan spells at Dutch club Vitesse Arnhem and last season at Everton.
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Two lorries have blown over on the A1 at Dunbar

Blown-over lorries

Heavy rain and strong winds have hit parts of the UK as the "remnants" of the storm that brought severe blizzards to the US arrives in the country.
Communities devastated by flooding at Christmas have been told to be prepared and the Met Office issued heavy rain warnings for much of the UK.
BBC Weather said western areas would bear the brunt of the storm.
The government said the military was on standby and pumps were being deployed.
Environment Secretary Elizabeth Truss said the priority would be protecting lives and homes.

Gale-force winds

BBC Weather's Carol Kirkwood said wet and windy weather had hit most of northern England, most of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, but central and eastern England had a dry start to the day.
"There will be gusts of wind - 50, 60, possibly even 70mph with exposure," she said.
Heavy rain is forecast to move south-eastward during Tuesday.
In Scotland two lorries have been blown over and they are blocking the outside lane on the A1 northbound at Dunbar in East Lothian.
In Edinburgh, a man was injured after a chimney was blown off a roof in high winds in Nicolson Street and smashed through a bus window.
The Environment Agency warned those in Cumbria, Lancashire, Yorkshire, Devon and Cornwall to prepare for flooding.
Some 20-40mm (0.8-1.6in) of rain - and up to 60mm in the most exposed areas - is forecast in Scotland, while north-west England, Wales, Devon and Cornwall are predicted to get between 30 and 50mm, with up to 100mm in exposed uplands.
Flood water on the M9
The M9 southbound at junction 10 near Stirling is closed because of flooding, Stirling Police said

Gusts of 60mph are likely along south-facing coasts of south-west Scotland, with large waves also expected on Tuesday, the Met Office says.
In England and Wales, the heaviest rain and strongest winds are expected in two bouts - one late morning and afternoon on Tuesday, and another Tuesday night into Wednesday, before clearing to the south-east on Wednesday afternoon.
There is also a warning in place for heavy rain for Northern Ireland on Wednesday, when gale-force winds are expected.
A second band of heavy rain is forecast for Friday, according to the Met Office, with warnings already in place for parts of Scotland, Northern Ireland, north-east England and Wales.
The Environment Agency said it was monitoring river levels. There are currently seven flood warnings, meaning flooding is expected: four are in Cumbria and three are in Dorset.

There are also more than 80 flood alerts - meaning flooding is possible - in England and Wales.
Soldiers preparing flood defences on 25 December
Soldiers helped prepare flood defences in Cumbria during flooding in December.

The agency said rivers in Cumbria, Lancashire and Yorkshire were already at record levels following 
the wettest ever December and were likely to be at risk of flooding.
There was also a possibility of "some flooding" along the rivers Severn and Wye.
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (Sepa) currently has more than 30 flood warnings and nine flood alerts in place.

'Protecting lives'

Environment Secretary Elizabeth Truss chaired a meeting of the government's emergency Cobra committee in preparation for the bad weather.
"We know this will be an especially anxious time for many communities who suffered flooding last month and where the ground is still saturated," she said afterwards.
"I want to assure them that we are taking all possible steps to prepare for the storm.
"The military are on standby, temporary defences and pumps are being deployed across the country, and Environment Agency staff are checking and maintaining flood defences, clearing blockages in watercourses and monitoring water levels.
"Our priority continues to be protecting lives, protecting homes and protecting businesses."
Clare Dinnis, the Environment Agency's national flood duty manager, also urged people to take care near coastal paths and promenades, and not to drive through flood-water.

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Fire Kills Two, Destroys 700 Make-shift Shops In Kaduna


No fewer than 700 make-shift shops at the popular Station Food Stuff Market in Kaduna, north-central Nigeria, have been burnt down in an early morning inferno.
The fire incident, which was attributed to a power surge, occurred at about 12 midnight when the traders had retired from the day’s business.
An eyewitness told Channels Television that two people, who were sleeping inside one of the shops, also lost their lives in the fire while goods worth millions of Naira were completely destroyed.
Could Have Been Averted

Efforts by the State Fire Service could not save the situation, as the fire razed all the shops and destroyed food items. Only zinc and iron protectors in some shops were the only things in sight at the market, as some owners of the shops gathered, with agony on their faces.
The make-shift shops were made with wood, zinc and other materials that fire can easily burn.
One of the traders, whose shop was affected, told Channels Television’s correspondent that the fire incident could have been averted if the previous government had listened to their demand for permanent blocks of shops to be constructed in the market, instead of the make-shift shops.
“The make-shift shop can easily be gutted by fire,” he said.
A middle aged man, Sabo Isah, is presently out of job, having lost his work some years ago. His wife’s shop was among those burnt down.
He could not hold back his tears, as he narrated how the family had lost the only source of livelihood to the fire.
He appealed to the state government to come to their aid.
The incident is likely to affect food supply within the metropolis since over 95 per cent of goods in the market were affected.
The Station Market is popularly known as a place to buy cheap food items and fruits in Kaduna, the state capital.
Some of the shop owners at the scene were counting their losses when Channels Television visited the burnt market while security operatives have been deployed to the market to maintain law and other.
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The astonishing moment couple tried to step outside their New Jersey home but found snow had blocked their ENTIRE doorway and left an imprint of the door

New Jersey couple stuck at home as snow blocked the ENTIRE doorway

Millions of East Coasters chose to stay at home during the blizzard on Saturday. But this New Jersey couple truly had no option. Shawn Yin and Helen Liu of Kendall Park were literally snowed-in after the blizzard dumped enough snow to cover their entire doorway. 

The couple called their property manager as soon as they noticed on Saturday morning. However, the severe weather meant an emergency team couldn't reach them until midday on Sunday. 

Once workmen arrived, it took more than an hour to hack away the solid block of snow from the couple's front door, Mr Yin said.

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Married headmaster, 46, of elite $20,000-a-year private school commits suicide just weeks after his basketball coach abruptly resigned over child pornography investigation

Park Tudor School headmaster commits suicide amid school's child porn investigation

The body of Matthew Miller, 46 (main), the headmaster of Park Tudor School (left) in Indianapolis, was found by his wife (inset left-together) in the garage of their home around noon on Saturday. His death comes just a few weeks after his school's basketball coach, Kyle Cox (right), abruptly resigned after news surfaced that he was being investigated for allegations related to child pornography and child exploitation. Cox is being investigated by the same task force that built the case against former Subway spokesman, Jared Fogle. It is unclear what - if any - link Miller has to the case, however reports say he hanged himself about a week after being interviewed by detectives. No charges have been laid against Cox, who abruptly resigned from his position in December.

Rita Ora continues her racy display in Paris as she flashes a lot of leg with a floor-skimming caped red gown at fashion dinner

Rita Ora has certainly been using Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week to experiment with more 'minimal' trends.

Opting, once again, for a racy display, the British bombshell was making a statement in scarlet on Monday night, as she stepped out for Ralph & Russo's ultra-glamorous Chopard dinner.

The 25-year-old posed provocatively, flashing her legs through a split as high as her waistband on the floaty, red caped gown.

Striking: Rita Ora flashed her toned pins as she arrived at Monday night's Ralph & Russo's dinner with Chopard at Paris Fashion Week

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Mother of a young Swedish social worker was stabbed to death by a 15-year-old asylum seeker in Sweden

'She was not only my daughter, she was my angel': Heartbroken mother of refugee worker 'stabbed by 15-year-old asylum seeker' in Sweden weeps as police warn they cannot cope with rising tide of migrant violence.

  • Alexandra Mezher, 22, fatally stabbed at migrant centre where she worked
  • Her family, who are originally from Lebanon, described her as 'an angel' 
  • Boy aged 15 living at the centre has been arrested on suspicion of murder 
  • Teenage killer was overpowered by other children living at the centre
  • Incident comes as Swedish police demand more resources to stem rising 
  • violence in the country which they say is linked to the migrant crisis 
The mother of the young Swedish social worker who was allegedly stabbed to death by a 15-year-old asylum seeker at a shelter for migrant children wept today and said, 'She was not just my daughter, she was my angel.' 

Alexandra Mezher, 22, was attacked by a teenage boy at her workplace, a housing facility for unaccompanied refugee children in Molndal, near Gothenburg, and later died in hospital.  

Today, Chiméne Mezher spoke of her heartbreak after the shock stabbing of her daughter, just months after she started working at the refugee housing.

Migrant centre worker Alexandra Mezher, 22, was attacked at a centre for unaccompanied migrant children aged between 14 and 17 in Molndal, on Sweden's west coast. A 15-year-old boy was arrested

Alexandra, a Lebanese Christian originally from Beirut, lived with her parents Boutros, 46, and Chiméne Mezher, and her younger brothers in Borås, some 40 miles from Molndal.
Today, paying tribute to her 'angel', her mother wept: 'She was my air, she was my everything, why her?'

Mrs Mezher's mother told GoteborgsPosten: 'She was not just my daughter, she was my angel. She was a just and fair human being. There were so many who loved her. She was my daughter, my friend.. my mate.' 

A cousin described Miss Mezher, who reportedly loved working out in the gym and was looking to go back to university to do a masters degree in social science, as 'an angel'.
She told Swedish media: 'It is so terrible. She was a person who wanted to do good, who wanted to be good.

'And then he murdered her when she was doing her job. We have cried a lot. She was such a nice person, warm and happy.' 
She added: 'It is the Swedish politicians' fault that she is dead.' 

Miss Mezher was taken to Sahlgrenska Hospital following the attack on Monday but later died of her injuries
Miss Mezher was taken to Sahlgrenska Hospital following the attack on Monday but later died of her injuries

Poignant: Miss Mezher posted several 'inspirational quotes' on social media referring to her Christian faith
Poignant: Miss Mezher posted several 'inspirational quotes' on social media referring to her Christian faith
Miss Mezher had worked at the centre in Molndal where she was murdered for a few months.
It is is home to ten unaccompanied children aged 14-17, who arrived in Sweden seeking asylum without a parent or a guardian.

Police said Miss Mezher was attacked shortly before 8am on Monday by a boy, who was then apprehended by other children living at the centre.
She was taken to Sahlgrenska Hospital in Gothenburg, but died later on Monday as a result of her injuries.

Officers discovered a knife at the scene and the teenager has since been arrested on suspicion of murder. 
Swedish police have today praised the actions of the other children living in the facility, hailing them 'heroes' after they overpowered the boy after he attacked Miss Mezher. 
Her cousin described Miss Mezher as 'an angel' and told media: 'It is so terrible. She was a person who wanted to do good, who wanted to be good'
Her cousin described Miss Mezher as 'an angel' and told media: 'It is so terrible. She was a person who wanted to do good, who wanted to be good'
'Two boys held him down. It is a very good intervention. Had he intended to hurt anyone else, then they have prevented that,' police spokesperson Peter Adlersson told Expressen.

'It is easy to become injured yourself when interveaning in this kind of situation. We are very greatful for these kinds of actions.' 
The incident comes amid rising tensions over migration in Sweden, with a number of girls revealing that they have been sexually assaulted by young male asylum seekers at a swimming pool in Stockholm.

 Police have also warned the city's train station is 'overrun' by gangs of migrants who are 'groping' women and said they need more resources to cope.
The asylum center has provoked unrest in Molndal, on Sweden's west coast.

Neighbourhood-watch groups have reportedly been sent out to prevent teenage girls from being sexually harassed on their way home from the commuter trains from Gothenburg. 
Parents have also spoken out against having their children in the same classes as the immigrants.

The stabbing comes on the same day as police in Sweden demanded more resources to stem rising violence apparently linked to the migrant crisis.

Police spokesman Thomas Fuxborg said the assailant was a young man who was living at the centre, and confirmed the young man has been arrested on suspicion of murder.
He did not give details about the suspect's nationality but added the motive was not immediately clear.

Mr Fuxborg said: 'These kinds of calls are becoming more and more common. 
'We're dealing with more incidents like these since the arrival of so many more refugees from abroad.'

Tensions are rising in Sweden and the country is struggling to cope with a record influx of migrants and asylum seekers. 

Sources say the 15-year-old boy was held down by other employees at the centre (pictured) until police arrived
Sources say the 15-year-old boy was held down by other employees at the centre (pictured) until police arrived
Miss Mezher, whose family are originally from Lebanon, had only worked at the accommodation for unaccompanied refugee children for a few months

The 22-year-old is believed to have been living with her parents, originally from Lebanon, and her younger brothers in Borås, some 40 miles from Molndal
The 22-year-old is believed to have been living with her parents, originally from Lebanon, and her younger brothers in Borås, some 40 miles from Molndal
The attack also came as National Police Commissioner Dan Eliasson requested 4,100 additional officers and support staff to help fight against terrorism, carry out migrant deportations and police asylum facilities.

He said: 'We are forced to respond to many disturbances in asylum reception centres. In some places, this takes significant police resources.
'This was not the case six months ago and it means that we won't be able to respond as effectively in other areas.'

According to the Swedish Migration Agency, the number of threats and violent incidents at asylum facilities more than doubled between 2014 and 2015.
In 2014, there were 148 incidents but in 2015 that number jumped to 322.

Meanwhile arson attacks targeting asylum shelters have also surged, with at least two dozen centres reduced to ashes or damaged by fire last year.
Also weighing on police resources are border controls introduced on January 4 and a higher national terrorist threat level after the Paris attacks in November. 

'Many of the problems we are now facing help to prove the point that Swedish police have long been underfunded and under-staffed,' police union director Lena Nitz, told TT.
'It is obvious that the migrant situation is a great strain. It has become clear that the situation is completely unsustainable.'

National Police Commissioner Dan Eliasson requested 4,100 additional officers and support staff to help fight against terrorism, carry out migrant deportations and police asylum facilities
National Police Commissioner Dan Eliasson requested 4,100 additional officers and support staff to help fight against terrorism, carry out migrant deportations and police asylum facilities

Tensions are rising in Sweden and the country is struggling to cope with a record influx of migrants and asylum seekers (pictured: An estimated 15,000 people attended a Refugees Welcome rally in Gothenburg last year)
Tensions are rising in Sweden and the country is struggling to cope with a record influx of migrants and asylum seekers (pictured: An estimated 15,000 people attended a Refugees Welcome rally in Gothenburg last year)
Firefighters battle a fire at the Furulid School in Kungsbacka south of Gothenburg. The former school was undergoing construction work to house 170 asylum seekers and was empty at the time of the fire
Firefighters battle a fire at the Furulid School in Kungsbacka south of Gothenburg. The former school was undergoing construction work to house 170 asylum seekers and was empty at the time of the fire
Police spokesman Thomas Fuxborg, pictured in October last year, confirmed that the 15-year-old assailant has been arrested and is due to be charged with murder
Police spokesman Thomas Fuxborg, pictured in October last year, confirmed that the 15-year-old assailant has been arrested and is due to be charged with murder
The police request for more resources comes as greater attention is being focused on allegations of violence by young migrants across Europe, with some countries expressing doubt about their ability to integrate them into society.

Like the rest of Europe, Sweden has been struggling with the continent's biggest migration crisis since World War II.

A country of 9.8 million, Sweden took in more than 160,000 asylum seekers in 2015, putting it among the EU states with the highest proportion of refugees per capita.
It has since tightened its asylum rules to curb the migrant flow. 

MailOnline reported that a number of girls have reportedly been sexually assaulted by young male asylum seekers at a public swimming pool in central Stockholm.
The alleged perpetrators are all 'unaccompanied minors' - young refugee boys who have arrived in Sweden seeking asylum without a parent or guardian.

The four cases involve girls under the age of 18 and all sexual assaults have taken place in hot tubs, pools or in the changing rooms if Eriksdalsbadet, Stockholm, in the past three weeks.

Eriksdalsbadet, which is the biggest aquatics centre in Stockholm, has previously reported an spike in sexual assaults - mainly incidents involving boys and young men groping women. 

At the same time Swedish police have warned that Stockholm's main train station has become unsafe after being ‘taken over’ by dozens of Moroccan street children.

The all-male migrant teen gangs are spreading terror in the centre of the Swedish capital, stealing, groping girls and assaulting security guards, according to Stockholm police.

Members of the gangs, some as young as nine, roam central Stockholm day and night, refusing help provided by the Swedish authorities.

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