The police officer who fatally shot an Australian woman in Minnesota on Saturday has been identified as Mohamed Noor. Noor, who was celebrated as the first Somali American to join the Minneapolis Police Department’s 5th Precinct back in 2015, reportedly had three complaints against him in his police file, according to the Minnesota Star Tribune. Only two of the complaints against him are still open, while the third was recently closed without discipline, according to the Office of Police Conduct Review.
The British tennis player Johanna Konta, who was born in Australia to Hungarian parents. Although John Humphrys admittedly used a rather abrasive tone best kept for interviews with recalcitrant politicians, I don’t think his questions regarding Johanna Konta’s nationality (Konta exposes faults in BBC host’s preparation, 19 July) were unreasonable. People’s ethnic origin, and the nationality they identify with, is fascinating.
Manchester United have been urged to continue attempts to re-sign Zlatan Ibrahimovic as the club battle with Los Angeles Galaxy for his signature. The 35-year-old is in talks over a return to Old Trafford as well as a possible move to Major League Soccer as he ratchets up his recovery from injury.
Charlie Gard's parents 'optimistic' after new brain scan and examination by US neurosurgeon
An ancient Roman sarcophagus has been excavated from a building site in London. The 1,600-year-old coffin, which was discovered near Borough Market in central London, is thought to contain the remains of a mother after the bones of a baby were found nearby, experts said. Archaeologists lifted the lid of the stone coffin on Tuesday and found small bones and a broken Roman bracelet in the surrounding soil.
'Classy and a little bit rebellious': Gosia Baczynska on making a dress for the Duchess of Cambridge