The mum and dad of Muslim convert ‘Jihadi Jack’ have gone on hunger strike to protest the British government’s alleged failure to help their son. John Letts and Sally Lane, whose son was nicknamed ‘Jihadi Jack’ after converting to Islam and travelling to Syria, started their fast on the steps of St Paul’s Cathedral. They said their demonstration was against the Government’s ‘inaction’ in the face of the ‘desperate plight’ of their son 21-year-old Jack Letts.
A Russian hooligan jailed for attacking England fans in the “Battle of Marseille” has already been banned from the 2018 World Cup, the Mirror can reveal. Alexey Erunov led the brutal assaults on Three Lions followers in France last summer. Two supporters almost died in some of the worst clashes ever seen at a football tournament. Erunov is a 29-year-old former young professional player whose career was ended by a broken leg.
A hardcore of 109 Russian football hooligans – including one woman – have been banned from all matches at next year’s World Cup . Authorities are determined to crack down on the thugs after brutal clashes in Marseille before and after the England versus Russia match during Euro 2016 . A blacklist naming the violent fans was leaked online today. Russia’s Ministry of Internal Affairs originally identified 2,750 troublemakers.
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Selecting a term
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