TORONTO – A woman is facing five charges, including attempted murder, after a four-month-old baby girl and a man were stabbed and assaulted in a condominium in Toronto’s west end, police said Thursday.Officers were called to the building near Sherway Gardens mall at about 8:30 a.m. Wednesday and found the infant unconscious in the lobby, said Const. David Hopkinson.Police were able to resuscitate the baby and she was rushed to a trauma centre in the city where she remains in critical condition.The man, woman and baby were in one of the building’s units when the two adults began arguing, police said.Police allege the woman uttered threats while holding a knife, and allegedly went on to injure the man and the baby.After initial confusion about the nature of the baby’s injuries, Hopkinson said the baby was stabbed, but the injuries the child sustained from an assault were far more serious. He did not provide details of that attack.“We believed originally that the significant injuries that the baby received were from the stabs, we now know it was not,” Hopkinson said. “The other assault that the baby suffered is what caused the injuries that finds the baby in critical condition in hospital.”The man fled the apartment with the baby to seek help, police said, and his injuries are considered minor.“We had been told that a woman was responsible for this series of incidents and that she was armed and had fled the building,” Hopkinson said. “Our officers searched the area and they did come upon a woman. She herself was suffering from some serious injuries, but she was taken into custody and taken into hospital to be treated.”The 34-year-old Toronto woman has been charged with attempted murder, two counts of uttering death threats, assault causing bodily harm and assault with a weapon.Police have not specified the relationship between the woman, man and baby.
Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly has hit back after alleged racial chanting during his team’s loss to Inter on Wednesday.The Senegal international has called out fans who subjected him to racist insults during Napoli’s 1-0 loss to Inter at the San Siro.A late goal from Lautaro Martinez ensured the home team picked up all three points and reduced the gap behind Carlo Ancelotti’s side to five points.After the game, Ancelotti said Napoli requested the match be suspended on three separate occasions due to fans directing racial chants at Koulibaly.The former AC Milan manager claimed there were warnings issued to fans in the stadium but that the chants continued regardless.On Twitter, Koulibaly, who was shown a red card towards the end of the game, told his followers that he is “proud” of his heritage and glad to be a part of the Partenopei.“I’m sorry for the defeat and above all for having left my brothers!” he wrote.Serie A Betting: Match-day 3 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Considering there is a number of perfect starts so early in the Serie A season, as well as a few surprisingly not-so perfect ones….“But I’m proud of the colour of my skin. Of being French, Senegalese, Neapolitan: man.”Mi dispiace la sconfitta e sopratutto avere lasciato i miei fratelli!Però sono orgoglioso del colore della mia pelle. Di essere francese, senegalese, napoletano: uomo.⚽ #InterNapoli 1-0🇸🇳 #KK26 #famiglia💙 #ForzaNapoliSempre💪🏿 #DifendoLaCittà pic.twitter.com/f9q0KYggcw— Koulibaly Kalidou (@kkoulibaly26) December 26, 2018
KUSI Newsroom Posted: December 31, 2018 Categories: Entertainment, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Prior to Monday’s San Diego County Credit Union Holiday Bowl the Port of San Diego will host the annual Solar Turbines 5K run and walk as well as the Holiday Bowl Parade along Harbor Drive.The Port will host the 24th annual Solar Turbines 5K run and walk at 9:45 Monday morning and the parade at 10 a.m. Monday morning.Port officials say the parade will include 29 giant balloons 10 marching bands and multiple floats and drill teams.Sections of Harbor Drive and Pacific Highway will close at 7:45 Monday morning to prepare for the parade. December 31, 2018 Holiday Bowl 5k and parade KUSI Newsroom,