One killed, four injured in California school shooting, suspect in custody Nov 15, 2019 0 1099 12345 AFPSanta Clarita, United StatesOne person was killed and least four others injured in a shooting at a high school north of Los Angeles on Thursday, triggering a police hunt for a student who was found wounded and taken into custody.Police and ambulances swarmed the area around Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, 40 miles (65 kilometers) north of Los Angeles, after the early morning shooting sent panicked children running from the area.“We do have the suspect in custody. He is currently being treated at a local hospital. He is a student, a 15-year-old male Asian,” said Los Angeles Country Sheriff Alex Villanueva.The suspect was being treated for injuries that appeared to be self-inflicted, he told a local CBS affiliate.“No a deputy was not responsible... it appears to be the student himself.” Villanueva said a total of six people had been taken to hospital to be treated for injuries. No details were provided on whether the victims were students or staff.Officials at the nearby Henry Mayo Hospital in Valencia said one female victim had died as a result of her injuries, while two more were in critical condition there.The shooting at the school of 2,400 students was first reported at around 7:30 am, followed by an “avalanche of 911 calls,” Villanueva said. POST A COMMENT RELATED ARTICLES US ‘will continue to lead’ against IS, says Pompeo Nov 15, 2019 0 574 EU launches legal case against UK over commission post Nov 15, 2019 0 111 Philippines deports 312 Chinese over telecom fraud Nov 15, 2019 0 1052 MH17 calls show ties between Russian officials, rebels: Probe AFP The Hague Investigators looking into the downing of flight MH17 over Ukraine released intercepted phone calls on Thursday showing close links between “high-ranking” Russian officials and rebel suspects facing .. Taliban say still holding two Western hostages Kabul: A Taliban spokesman said on Thursday the insurgents were still holding two Western hostages, as officials stayed tight-lipped over the outcome of an apparent prisoner swap announced by Afghan President Ashraf .. Pakistan leads censor requests sent to Facebook Islamabad: Of the 17,807 content restrictions made by Facebook globally, the highest number — over 31 percent — of the requests originated from Pakistan between January and July 2019, according to the platform’s latest .. Medicines pose global environmental risk: Experts AFP Paris Residues from billions of doses of antibiotics, painkillers and antidepressants pose a significant risk to freshwater ecosystems and the global food chain, a new analysis said on Thursday. There are growing .. Nobel winners call on Modi to restore critic’s citizenship New Delhi: Nobel prize winners Margaret Atwood, Orhan Pamuk and John Coetzee led more than 250 literary and journalist luminaries who called on Thursday on India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi to revoke an order .. Key Catalan party withholds support to Spanish PM Madrid: A Catalan separatist party whose support is key to the investiture of Spain’s new government on Thursday refused to offer its backing in a blow to Socialist premier Pedro Sanchez. For Sanchez, securing the .. Germany approves law making measles vaccine compulsory for children Berlin: Germany’s lower house of parliament on Thursday approved a law that will make measles vaccinations obligatory in kindergartens and schools from March 1, 2020. In the Bundestag, 459 lawmakers voted in favour of .. US envoy did not link Biden probe to aid: Ukrainian FM AFP Kiev Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Vadym Prystaiko on Thursday said US envoy Gordon Sondland did not tell him aid to Kiev depended on opening a probe into Donald Trump’s potential 2020 rival Joe Biden. Democrats accused ..