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British police arrest man with knives near Parliament

British police arrest man with knives near Parliament

Reports claim two knives, including a breadknife, were discovered on the ground, although it has not yet been confirmed the man arrested was carrying them. Various government offices, as well as Prime Minister Theresa May's official residence in Downing Street, are also nearby. "It is an ongoing police operation and we are monitoring it".



NFL Draft Latest From Thursday: Myles Garrett No. 1, Bears Pull Stunner

One controversial pick was Ohio State cornerback Gareon Conley, who was drafted by Oakland at No. 24. He hasn't been arrested nor has had charges filed against him, while Cleveland police are still investigating the allegations. "He's special", Coughlin said. Starting next year, we can put the pieces together. We need to do something about balance. Two more skill position offensive players went seventh and eighth.


NFL Draft 2017: Seattle Seahawks trade out of the first round

NFL Draft 2017: Seattle Seahawks trade out of the first round

They instead acquired three picks via first round trades with the Atlanta Falcons and San Francisco 49ers . Originally slated to select at No. 26 overall, Seattle traded its pick to the Falcons for their first-round (No. Here's the updated list of the Seahawks picks remaining after Thursday's trades. The Seahawks entered the draft without a pick in the fourth or fifth rounds and their seven overall picks would have been the fewest of Schneider's tenure.



Ramos-Vinolas stuns Murray with Monte Carlo comeback

Monte Carlo was Murray's first tournament since recovering from an elbow injury and with the French Open fast approaching, more competitive action on the clay would have undoubtedly been invaluable. Murray got to 4-0 up with two break points before Ramos-Vinolas found his range and the Scot backed off. "It's a completely different match-up and I'll need to be ready for a big fight because he doesn't give anything for free".


Pep Guardiola reluctant to criticise Manchester City players after derby draw

Pep Guardiola reluctant to criticise Manchester City players after derby draw

But despite controlling the game, City came no closer to scoring than an early Aguero effort that hit the post, while substitute Gabriel Jesus had an injury-time header disallowed for offside. "We tried to have the ball and attack like we have tried to do all season". It worked to an extent, although it wasn't pretty. "In the first half we had good control but the second became more hard".