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US high school shooting: Five wounded in attack at Saugus High School in Los Angeles | World News



At least five people have been injured in a shooting at a California school, and the gunman is still on the run, police have said.

Officers have said they are dealing with an “active scene” after the suspect opened fire at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, Los Angeles County, around 30 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles.

Police have been seen surrounding a property
Police have been seen surrounding a property in their hunt for the suspect
An emergency lockdown alert posted on the Saugus school's website
An emergency lockdown alert posted on the Saugus school’s website

Helicopter footage aired on US television shows lines of students with their hands in the air, filing out of school buildings and being led by police officers.

Several pupils were placed on stretchers and taken to ambulances in the school’s car park, according to the LA Times.

Lines of students were escorted away from the school by officers.

Other schools in the area have been placed on lockdown.

The suspect is a 15-year-old boy who was wearing black clothing and a black hat, according to the sheriff’s office.

He is described as an Asian male.

Police are surrounding a property in the area in the hunt for the suspect.

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Hertha Berlin U16 team walks off pitch after players ‘racially abused’ by opponents | World News



Hertha Berlin’s under-16 team has walked off the pitch during a game after its players were allegedly racially abused by opposition players.

The German club’s officials informed the referee of the alleged abuse and decided to stop playing in the 68th minute while leading 2-0 against regional rivals Auerbach.

The Bundesliga club says in a statement on its website that it took the decision “because we as Hertha BSC condemn racism and discrimination in every form”.

On Twitter, the club said: “There are times when football doesn’t come first. Racism has no place in our society.”

Executive board member Paul Keuter called it “the only correct decision, not to continue with the game”.

Jessic Ngankam (L) of Hertha BSC and Tim Sechelmann (R) of Borussia Dortmund
Jessic Ngankam (L) in action for Hertha BSC

Hertha under-23 player Jessic Ngankam said he was targeted with monkey chants and called an “ape” by an opposing player during his side’s fourth division game against Lokomotive Leipzig on 6 December.

“Insults are unfortunately an everyday occurrence in football, and I can put up with them. But racist abuse is a no-go,” the 19-year-old said.

Both Hertha and Lokomotive condemned the alleged abuse.

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Grease stars Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta don costumes for first time in four decades | Ents & Arts News



Fans hopelessly devoted to Grease got the chance to re-live the classic musical when stars of the box office hit donned their costumes for the first time in 41 years.

John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John rolled back the years, dressing as their characters Danny Zuko and Sandy Olsson for a singalong event in Florida.

Sharing a snap on Instagram, Newton-John said: “First time in costume since we made the movie! So excited!!”

The iconic movie was released in 1978. Pic: Paramount/Rso/Kobal/Shutterstock
The smash hit movie was released in 1978. Pic: Paramount/Rso/Kobal/Shutterstock

Newton-John, 71, and Travolta, 65, took part in a ‘Meet N Grease’ singalong at the Coral Sky Amphitheater in West Palm Beach.

The jacket that Newton-John wore in the film recently fetched £185,000 at a charity auction but, in a kind gesture, the buyer sent it back to her.

The pair have collaborated several times since the film’s release in 1978.

They starred together in the 1983 rom-com Two Of A Kind and made an appearance in Michael Jackson’s music video Liberian Girl in 1987.

The duo recorded a joint Christmas album for charity in 2012, This Christmas, as well as a music video for one of the album’s tracks, I Think You Might Like It.

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Patrick Reed’s caddie Kessler Karain banned from rest of Presidents Cup after ‘shoving’ spectator | World News



A caddie for one of the world’s top golfers has been banned for the rest of the Presidents Cup after pushing a spectator in Melbourne.

Kessler Karain admitted shoving a man, accusing him of “taking it too far” with “banter” for three days in the tournament between the US and an international team in Australia.

Mr Karain, who is the bag man for the 2018 Masters champion Patrick Reed and is also his brother-in-law, claimed the member of the public had shouted “you f****** suck”.

He said he got out of his golf cart, pushed the man and said a few “expletives” before security arrived and he got back into the vehicle and left.

Patrick Reed and Kessler Karain
Karain is also Reed’s brother-in-law

The caddie claimed the most harm done was a “little spilled beer”, which he was happy to pay for after the incident during Saturday’s fourballs at the Royal Melbourne Golf Club.

Reed has accepted the decision from the PGA Tour to effectively ban his caddie from being involved in the final day of action.

A PGA Tour statement read: “Following an incident that took place on Saturday at the Presidents Cup involving Kessler Karain and a spectator, Karain will not return to caddie for Sunday’s final-round singles matches.

“We will have no further comment at this time.”

Reed said: “I respect the tour’s decision. We are all focused on winning the Presidents Cup tomorrow.”

The American, who has not won any of his three matches in the Presidents Cup, had been taunted by fans after he was penalised for improving his lie in a bunker during a tournament last week.

Patrick Reed
Reed won the Masters at Augusta in 2018

Karain described the latest incident in a statement issued on US-based golf podcast Fore Play.

He said: “We have been known for having fun with some good banter, but after hearing several fans in Australia for three days some had taken it too far. I had had enough. And this gentlemen was one of them.

“Riding on the cart, guy was about three feet from Patrick and said ‘you f****** suck’. I got off the cart and shoved him, said a couple of things, probably a few expletives. Security came and I got back in the cart and left.

“I don’t think there’s one caddie I know that could blame me. Unless his bones break like Mr Glass, the most harm done was a little spilled beer, which I’m more than happy to reimburse him for.”

The international team lead the event 10-8 after the third day’s action.

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