One dead and five injured in stabbing spree during mass brawl outside McDonald's before driver deliberately ploughed into four pedestrians
- Teenager arrested after allegedly going on a rampage through Perth suburb
- Two people were stabbed, one life-threatening, in brawl outside a McDonald's
- Half hour later four pedestrians were deliberately run over on a nearby street
- One victim died but police wouldn't say from which incident, five others hurt
One person is dead and five others injured after a teenager allegedly went on a rampage through a Perth suburb.
Two people were stabbed, one with life-threatening injuries, in a brawl involving a large number of people outside a McDonald's in Canning Vale.
Both were rushed to hospital after the incident at Livingstone Shopping Centre about 3.15pm on Thursday.
A 16-year-old boy was rushed to Fiona Stanley Hospital with serious injuries along with another hurt pedestrian.
Two others were taken to Royal Perth Hospital with less severe injuries.
Police confirmed one victim died but would not say whether they were caught up in the brawl or the car crash.
Witnesses said a teenage boy was handcuffed at the scene of the car crash and taken away for questioning by police.
Police said the two incidents were linked. More To Follow
Milo Yiannopoulos took aim at 'angry lesbians' after a protester hurled a shoe at him during his speaking event in Sydney.
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The leather slip-on was thrown at the outspoken author during Tuesday's show, but missed its target and slammed into the head of a female audience member.
'I sometimes wonder about being assassinated by angry lesbians. If that's any indication of their aim I don't think I need to worry too much,' Yiannopoulos said.
'[There's] no fear of me having a George Bush dodging-the-shoe moment when they can't even reach the second row. You f***ing losers.'
Four people were arrested for breaching the peace, one for assaulting a police officer, one for affray and one for not complying with direction.
Banners and placards saying 'f*** off Nazi scum' and 'kill yourself like Adolf Hitler' greeted Yiannopoulos he arrived to denounce Islam, feminism and cultural Marxism.
Police on horseback were called 'animals' and 'racist pigs' as they kept more than 70 youthful demonstrators to a patch of grass by the shores of the Parramatta River.
Protesters held signs including a large banner that said: 'First they came for the Muslims and we said, 'Not this time you f***er'.' Read More
The secret Jihad in Australia continues as yet another ISIS 'sympathiser' is caught and put on trial.
Dual-passport holder Isa Kocoglu was bailed on Thursday on strict conditions banning him from contact with ISIS sympathisers and social media, except to contact family members as reported by The Daily Mail.
Overweight man on a disability pension for his obesity is freed on $50,000 bail after being charged with sending money to ISIS terrorists in Syria
A Melbourne disability pensioner has been charged with funding ISIS fighters
Isa Kocoglu was bailed on Thursday on strict instructions to not use social media
Australian Federal Police allege he sent almost $4000 to an ISIS fighter online
A Melbourne disability pensioner charged with funding Islamic State fighters in Syria has been freed on a $50,000 surety.
Isa Kocoglu was bailed on Thursday on strict conditions banning him from contact with ISIS sympathisers and social media, except to contact family members.
The 43-year-old married father from Hampton Park is charged with supporting persons engaged in hostile activity in Syria.
Australian Federal Police allege Mr Kocoglu sent almost $4000, using online payment system PayPal, to a known ISIS jihadist between November 2013 and August 2014.
It's alleged he administered a website used by people who support Islamic State ideology when he helped raise funds for the ISIS members.
The Victorian Supreme Court was told he made admissions to police, but claimed the money was being sent to someone engaged in humanitarian aid in Syria, rather than a terrorist.
The AFP believed Mr Kocoglu poses an unacceptable risk of interfering with witnesses and failing to answer bail if released.
But commonwealth prosecutors did not oppose bail, provided there were strict conditions.