Yet another violent attack has taken place in London: Darren Osbourne, age 47, was arrested after he drove his van into people walking in the streets near a mosque in Finsbury Park, London. In the recent attacks on pedestrians, it is believed that Muslim terrorists were the culprits. This time, the police thinks it is a British terrorist who has targeted Muslims as a revenge. Police in the area say it was clearly an attack on Muslims. He was heard shouting something about wanting to kill Muslims before he drove the van into a peaceful crowd that had just been in the mosque nearby. Mr Osbourne's family were shocked and devastated that someone close to them had attempted murder.  The police have promised more armed forces to lower worries of more attacks. They will position more police near religious places. There has been one death and eleven more injured in the Finsbury Park attack. The man who died was said to be the father of six children. Many people restrained the attacker before police arrived and safely arrested him. People in the area are shaken and frightened to leave their houses. Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the Labour party, and his MP for the area arrived at the scene and comforted locals. He also said an attack on a place of worship was an attack on everyone. By: Tom
The two-time F1 champion Fernando Alonso is on his way to the triple crown. The Spanish driver won in Monaco, and he has been training for Indy 500 (the American version of F1 that is raced on an oval track) at McLaren Honda. Fortunately, the Honda engine is able to compete with Chevrolet's engine - its biggest competitor. It will be a relief for him to be driving fast again. Many drivers think that Alonso has the race-pace but others doubt it. It will certainly be a challenge! The speed is much faster in Indy 500 than F1, with only four straightforward corners. In the qualifying round, 35-year old Alonso's average speed was 370 km/h! There is no such thing as braking in Indy. Will Alonso be able to adapt from F1 and be a winner?     Now reporting after the race and i am extremely sad that his pace couldn't last until the end. An engine failure occurred near to the end of the race. He had the lead for 3 laps but Takuma Sato  took the win. I am sure Alonso is disappointed but he will have a chance next year. By Tom.    
The Southern Rwandan Secondary Schools Athletics Competition was held on 26th April 2017. It included athletes from five districts - Nyaruguru, Gisagara, Huye, Nyamagabe , Rusizi and Nyamasheke Districts in Rwanda. The competition took place in Huye District at the Huye stadium. There were eight different running events: 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m, 1500 m, 3000m, 5000m, and the 10,000m. In the 8 running events, schools from Nyaruguru District had good results. This positioned Nyaruguru Distrct in second place after Huye District. Our school, G.S. Muganza participated but only took part in two running events - the 400m and the 800m. A special mention in these two events goes to GS Muganza athletes NIYODUSENGA Donatha and NYIRANEZA Donate,  the two GS Muganza girls who were awarded bronze medals. Afterwards, I wanted to know how our ladies felt about wining bronze medals. Here are questions I asked them and their answers: Q: What class are you in ? A We’re both in Senior 2 (UK Year 8 ) at GS Muganza School. Q: What age did you start running? A: Nyiraneza - I started athletics when I was 11 years old when I was in P4 (UK Y4). I used to run with friends and used to participate in athletic competitions at school. A: Niyodusenga - I started athletic games when I was in P6 (UK Y6). I was 14 years old and I remember the first time we went to a competition but I could not get to the final.   Q: How do you feel now about you gaining a victory over others and getting a bronze medal? A: Nyiraneza, I feel so happy to be able to get to the end of the competition and gain a bronze medal. It's was my first time to get to this level and now I understand I can do it I think I will do even better next time! A: Niyodusenga - Me and my friend, Nyiraneza have been entering these competitions since primary, but we could never get to the finals. In primary, we use to lose in the middle of the competition but now we are here! I really feel so happy to get this medal, I feel so proud of myself and I believe my school and our parents will be happy for us too.    
Ueli Steck, who is a Swiss climber said to be one of the best of our age, died on one of Everest's ridges on Sunday 30th of April. For good reason, he is also known as "the Swiss machine".  Steck had set many records, like climbing the north face of the Eiger in 2 hours 22 minutes, and being the first person to climb the south face of Annapurna, a mountain in Nepal, which got him his nickname. He was known for his very quick assents without ropes. Ueli Steck has captured many people's attention because of his amazing records and perseverance. He also took the risk of climbing without ropes, which means that if he fell he would not be able to stop himself. He slipped off mount Nuptse, another intimidating mountain near Everest and he plummeted to the foot of it. He was attempting the west ridge of Everest which connects with mount Nuptse. Not much is known about his death due to there not being many witnesses. One man questioned the name "Swiss machineâ". He said that Ueli Steck was a gentle and kind person. Not like a machine at all. Before he died, Ueli Steck said he didn't climb for the records but for challenging himself and pushing further than anyone before.