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Shooting victim reported death threats to police

The 28-year-old woman who was shot dead in Hvidovre on Tuesday had reported her ex-husband's death threats to police just days before she was publicly gunned down.
Sinem Fener, the 28-year-old woman who was shot dead in Hvidovre on Thursday, warned police that her ex-husband had threatened her life. 
Police spokesman Carsten Jansson told TV2 News that the police took Fener’s report seriously but simply could not track down her husband before it was too late.
“We took it very seriously, but perhaps not seriously enough one could say in hindsight of what happened later,” Jansson said. “We did everything we could – we questioned her and outfitted her with an emergency phone. We searched for him but we just couldn’t find him.”
Fener's 33-year-old ex-husband admitted in court on Friday to firing the fatal shots but did not formally enter a plea on the murder charge. He denied that he had previously threatened his ex-wife. 
According to the prosecution, the man allegedly approached his ex-wife with a pistol in an Avedøre parking lot on July 6th. 
“I’m sorry that I need to kill you. Shut up, don’t yell! Otherwise I will shoot you! And you better hope a patrol car doesn’t come by or I’ll plug you no matter what,” the man allegedly said.
The 33-year-old was apprehended after crashing his vehicle during a high-speed chase with police hours after Thursday's shooting. 
The victim Sener was shot at least six times at close range in front of several eyewitnesses at Hvidovre Butikstorv, a public square in the south-west Copenhagen suburb.

WHO Says All Men Who Have Sex With Men Should Take Antiretroviral Drugs

Warns of 'exploding epidemics' of HIV among gay men

The World Health Organization has suggested for the first time that all men who have sex with men should take antiretroviral medicine, warning that HIV infection rates among gay men are exploding around the world.
In guidelines published Friday, it said that it “strongly recommends men who have sex with men consider taking antiretroviral medicines as an additional method of preventing HIV infection.” Similar guidelines were issued by the U.S. in May.
Gottfried Hirnschall, the head of WHO’s HIV department, says that infection rates among homosexual men are increasing again 33 years after the epidemic hit, partially because the infection doesn’t hold as much fear to a younger generation with access to drugs that enable users to live with AIDS.
“We are seeing exploding epidemics,” Hirnschall told reporters in Geneva.
Although HIV infection rates did drop by a third between 2001 and 2012, Hirnschall characterized progress as “uneven.”

Stockdale: Anxiety cost Fulham

The Londoners are facing the threat of relegation but looked set to secure a crucial victory after Ashkan Dejagah and Fernando Amorebieta had put them 2-0 up, but Nikica Jelavic pulled one back for Hull and Shane Long then scored a late equaliser. Asked if nerves or naivety were to blame for Fulham's failure to see out the game, Stockdale said: "All of the above. "When you are anxious to get the 90 minutes over and take the three points, things can go astray. "There was a lot of tension in the ground and we did things that we would not normally do at home. That was our downfall." Fulham are 19th in the table ahead of their penultimate game of the season, Saturday's trip to Stoke, but they are only one point from safety. And Stockdale added: "It is important we pick ourselves up now. "It is points we need at this stage of the season. We can't change the Hull result now, so we have to go and win our remaining two games. "Three points against Stoke on Saturday and we are right back in it. If we play anything like we did in the first 75 minutes, we will be okay. We need a few teams to help us out now, as well." Fulham captain Brede Hangeland has helped them beat the drop in previous seasons and says now is the time for the current squad to deliver. "This is where, as a player, you really show your character and be accountable," said the defender. "It's easy enough to play well when you're 5-0 up and cruising at the top of the league, but now it's a bit different and you need strong characters. "We all know the stakes. It's do or die for us at the moment, so I don't think it will be a problem to motivate people this week."

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