This is the horrifying moment people run for their lives in a Finnish town after a knifeman shouting 'Allahu Akbar' stabbed one person to death and injured several others in a deadly rampage. Early reports appear to suggest there may be as many as three attackers - and five women and one man stabbed - while others say there was just one "young male" assailant. A witness told Newspaper Svenska Yle that they heard shouts of 'Allahu Akbar' in the streets as dozens of people were stabbed.
A knife-wielding attacker 'kept constantly stabbing' his terrified victims during a horrifying rampage in Finland, a tearful eyewitness said. Witness Kent Svensson broke down as he described the horror as the attacker knifed 'several people' in the centre of Turku this afternoon - including 'a woman and a baby' in a pram. Early confused reports appear to suggest there may be as many as three attackers - and five women stabbed.
A meat-lover has shared just what happened when he decided to go vegan for a month. Wales Online reporter Aled Blake set himself the challenge of sticking to a plant-based diet for just 30 days . He admitted it was a difficult test for someone "who's always devoured meat, eggs and all kinds of dairy with carnivorous enthusiasm." Now he's shared his story - and you may be surprised at his results. I didn’t want to do it. I thought it would be tedious and I’d be hungry, and how would I get my protein?
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