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Teacher Stabbed To Death At School

A female teacher has been stabbed to death at a high school in Leeds.

She was taken to hospital for treatment but was later pronounced dead.

A 15-year-old pupil from the school, Corpus Christi Catholic College, has been arrested in connection with the incident. He remains in police custody.

In a statement, Detective Superintendent Simon Beldon, from West Yorkshire Police Protective Services (Crime), said: "We would like to reassure people that this has been an isolated incident and there is no ongoing risk to pupils or staff at the school.

"The situation is under control and officers, including safer schools officers and members of the local neighbourhood policing team, are currently at the school and are liaising closely with staff.

"The rest of the school is continuing to operate as normal and we would ask that parents do not attend the site unless directly requested to do so by the school."

An investigation has been launched.

130 New Jobs For Wales

A cyber security company is to create almost 130 jobs in Wales, it is understood.

In a statement, Alert Logic, which is based in Houston, Texas, said it will establish a European HQ in Cardiff, as well as a UK data centre in Newport.

Most of the jobs will be based in the capital, with five at the data centre; while 50 researchers and analysts will be employed this year, with more recruited next year.

CEO of Alert Logic, Gray Hall, said: "We selected Cardiff after reviewing options in other UK and European cities.

"The city's readiness to ensue we could establish our HQ quickly and support from the Welsh government easily meant Cardiff became the obvious location.

"We look forward to playing our part in the economy of this vibrant and promising capital city and contributing towards its vision of becoming an IT security centre of excellence."

Man Loses Part Of His Ear In Attack

A 24-year-old man has had part of his left ear bitten off in an attack in Brighton.

The victim was attacked by two men shortly after 12.30am on Sunday 30 March, near the junction of New Road and North Street, Brighton.

Detective Constable Christopher Hike, of Brighton CID, said: "This was a nasty incident in which the victim sustained permanent injuries to his ear and had to undergo emergency surgery."

Anyone with information is asked to contact Sussex Police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.


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