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In this Dec. 28 Joe Mixon Bengals Jersey , 2014 photo, Karla de los Angeles, one of Mexico's few female bullfighters, is gored by a bull during a bullfight in Mexico City. The 26-year-old bullfighter who suffered a pair of gashes to the thigh and buttock when she was gored twice by the bull says she is determined to return to the ring by mid-January, two days after she and several others were gored by what she described as a "very smart" bull. (AP PhotoGabino Acevedo, Cuartoscuro) MEXICO OUT - NO PUBLICAR EN MEXICO - MANDATORY CREDIT - CREDITO OBLIGATORIO Karla Sanchez San Martin, one of Mexico's few female bullfighters, poses for a portrait in her hospital bed in Mexico City, Tuesday, Dec. 30, 2014. Sanchez, who goes by the name Karla de los Angeles as a bullfighter, suffered a pair of gashes to the thigh and buttock when she was gored twice by a bull on Sunday but says she's determined to return to the ring by mid-January, two days after she and several others were gored by what she described as a "very smart" bull. (AP PhotoEduardo Verdugo)
MEXICO CITY — Karla Sanchez San Martin, one of Mexico's few female bullfighters, vowed Tuesday to return to the ring by mid-January, two days after she and several others were gored by what she said was a "very smart" bull.


The 26-year-old bullfighter, who fights under the stage name of "Karla de los Angeles," suffered a pair of gashes to the thigh and buttock when she was gored twice by the 495-kilogram (1,090-pound) bull Gamusino.


"From almost the beginning, he was hunting me," De los Angeles said from the hospital room where she was recovering from a 9 ? inch (24-cm) gash to the thigh and 6-inch (15-cm) slash to the buttock.


De los Angeles was going in for the kill when the bull lifted his head, caught her with a horn and tossed her into the air. Bandaged up, De los Angeles re-entered the ring to finish off the bull.


"But the bull had already learned," she said, noting he held his head high, making it hard for her to drive the sword in.


He caught her a second time with a lifted horn and tossed her to the dirt, goring her again.


A group of four bullfighters' assistants rushed in to carry off the wounded matador, but the bull wasn't done yet.


He chased and gored one of the assistants carrying De los Angeles, and broke the ribs of another.


Another bull in Sunday's fight leapt over the ring wall, crushing a spectator's face. Another man, identified as a bull breeder, also suffered injuries to his hand.


None of the injuries were considered life-threatening.


"It was one of those afternoons where the accidents happened one after the other, that leaves a bad taste in the mouths of those in the ring and the stands," the Plaza Mexico bull ring wrote in an article on its web site.


De los Angeles said of the wounds, "the truth is, right now it hurts a little bit" but "this is not going to discourage me."


She said she has a fight on Jan. 18, "and I'm going to be there."


by Chrispinus Omar and Njoroge Kaburo


NAIROBI, Dec. 19 (Xinhua) -- Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta on Friday signed into law the new Security Amendment Act 2014 that is expected to enhance the fight against terrorists in the East African nation.


In a televised address to the nation, Kenyatta called on Kenyans to read the controversial law and familiarize with it to know their rights in securing the country, which faces increased terror attacks from Al-Shabaab militants.


Kenyatta expressed confidence that the new security law which will empower security networks did not violate the Bill of Rights in the Constitution as claimed by its critics.


"I am confident that you will find that there is nothing in this law that goes against the Bill of Rights or any provision of the constitution. Its intent is one: to protect the lives and property of all citizens," he said.


"All concerns raised by different stakeholders have been addressed by the relevant parliamentary committees," Kenyatta said after signing the Security Amendments Bill into law in Nairobi.


He emphasized that the new law, which was passed by Parliament amid commotion on Thursday, will not infringe on the Bill of Rights and the Constitution, and dismissed critics to it, saying that enough consultation and public participation took place before the Bill was presented to Parliament.


The Kenyan leader said the anti-terror law does not violate any other chapter of the constitution, but was intended to secure Kenyans against terrorism and other forms of crime.


He said the counter-terrorism law also gives security actors a firm institutional framework and synergy to fight terrorism and other emerging crimes such as radicalization of the youth, poaching and trafficking, which he says calls for improved capacity by the government.


The President said the new law improves the capacity of the security agencies to detect, deter and disrupt threats to national security.


"For the first time, we now have a law that focuses on prevention and disruption of threats. Further, the law allows for the use of technology in processing and advancing the ability for successful prosecution of suspects," he said.


The president urged Kenyans to remain vigilant and cooperate with authorities by liaising with the security apparatus in securing the nation.


He said Kenyans should support the government's efforts in addressing insecurity through the implementation of the law, noting that the country is still vulnerable to terror attacks.


"This synergy is cascaded from the highest level to the lowest level through the national government security structures," he said.


The President said the law also raises the threshold for public and state officers who are charged with the responsibility of protecting Kenya and its people, as it provides for heavy penalties for any t

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