Sunday Sport – 22 February 2015 Cam concern over ISIS fear schoolgirls DAVID Cameron says the disappearance of three east London girls feared to be heading to Syria to join Islamic State extremists is “deeply concerning”. Shamima Begum, 15, Kadiza Sultana, 16, and an unnamed 15-year-old friend, flew from Gatwick to Turkey on Tuesday. The Prime Minister said: “It is deeply concerning and obviously our authorities will do everything we can to help these girls. “But it does make a broader point which is the fight against Islamist extremist terror is not just one that we can wage by the police and border control. “It needs every school, every university, every college, every community to recognise they have a role to play. “We all have a role to play in stopping people from having their minds poisoned by this appalling death cult.”
Dubai tower block goes up in flames 112 ONE of the tallest residential buildings in the world became a real life Towering Inferno after fire broke out. Ex-pat Brits told of their terror as hundreds of residents were evacuated from the Marina Torch building in Dubai after it was engulfed in flames in the early hours of Saturday morning. Pictures and video footage showed a large blaze ripping through multiple floors of the tower, a new apartments building
in the expat-heavy Marina district of the city. the tower’s other wings and to A dozen fire trucks were able nearby buildings, by following to extinguish the flames several strict protocols to break in hours after the fire alarm went off quickly and reach the source of around 2am local time. the fire on the 51st floor.”One eyewitness said flames
As daylight broke, residents shot out from two sides of the waiting to check the extent of building as glass and metal
the damage at their homes could rained down from near the top of see the external cladding on the the 86-storey skyscraper, which corners of the building was stands more than 1,105 feet tall. charred black and mangled for A spokesman for the director dozens of floors. of Dubai Civil Defence said: “The Clean-up crews dressed in or-incident proved Dubai Civil ange uniforms swept up pieces Defence’s ability to control the of glass and other debris in the fire and stop it from spreading to street outside the building. Spring tides swamp Wales FLOOD alerts were issued across Wales and south west England yesterday due to rising “super tides”. Spring tides reached the peak of an 18½-year cycle on Saturday, with south Wales worst affected. Flooding was reported in Bristol where a huge tidal “bore” faced up the River Severn, sweeping terrified cattle off their feet in riverside fields. High tides and strong winds are expected to wreak havoc for the next couple of days.