Pupils saw a picture of their decapitated teacher online after the terrorist attack in Paris, it has been reported.
Teacher Samuel Paty, 47, was stabbed to death in a street near his school in the Parisian suburb of Conflans-Sainte-Honorine yesterday.
He was killed after showing a cartoon of a naked Prophet Mohammad to his students in a freedom of expression class.
A photograph of the teacher’s body, accompanied by a message claiming responsibility, was posted on Twitter by his killer.
Liverpool news & transfers LIVE – Kalidou Koulibaly ‘bid’, Michael Oliver appointment, Diogo Jota hailed – Liverpool Echo
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Chris Robshaw, Richard Wigglesworth, Sean Maitland and Jackson Wray are among 12 Barbarians players stood down from Sunday’s fixture against England after breaking…
The match was due to be played at Twickenham
|Quilter Cup: England v Barbarians|
|Venue: Twickenham Stadium Date: Sunday, 25 October Kick-off: 14:00 GMT|
|Coverage: Live text on the BBC Sport website and app; highlights on BBC Two and online from 18:00 GMT.|
Chris Robshaw, Richard Wigglesworth, Sean Maitland and Jackson Wray are among 12 Barbarians players stood down from Sunday’s fixture against England after breaking Covid-related rules.
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