Oscar decided to fast for 30 days to support his best friend, Kayan, despite not being Muslim.
Police are hunting a man and a woman who assaulted and robbed a 39-year-old man in a night-time attack yesterday.
The victim was close to the shops in Barton, Oxford, when the pair assaulted him at about 00:45 BST.
While the man held a Stanley knife to his neck, the woman went through his possessions and stole tobacco, cash and a bank card.
Thames Valley Police want to hear from a taxi driver who is believed to have witnessed the incident and members of the public who were nearby.
Voters are heading to the polls for the European Parliament elections.
Seventy-three members, known as MEPs, will be elected in nine constituencies in England, and one each in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Each region has a different number of representatives based on its population, with 10 MEPs in the South East.
Polling stations in the UK are open from 07:00 until 22:00.
The results will be announced once all EU nations have voted, with the voting process expected to be completed by 22:00 on Sunday.
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Serious knife crime in the Thames Valley has hit its highest level since 2010, latest crime data shows.
Thames Valley Police recorded a total of 1,483 serious crimes involving knives in 2018.
That is up 19 percent on the previous year and the highest since 2010-11.
The crimes included eight homicides, 48 rape and sexual assault offences and 117 threats to kill across the policing area last year.
Thames Valley Police covers Berkshire, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire.
Children as young as 10 are being targeted by county lines drug gangs in Oxfordshire, it has been revealed.
Oxfordshire County Council says it's supporting young people who are exploited by dealers looking sell drugs in small towns and rural areas.
Karen Hulston, a social worker, says there clear warning signs when a child is vulnerable to exploitation.
She added a sign was "changes in behaviour" where young people become "disruptive, because they are scare or upset".
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An Oxfordshire county councillor was also elected as as borough and parish councillor in Hampshire earlier this month, it has emerged.
Tim Bearder was elected to represent Wheatley in November and won a seat on Eastleigh Borough Council on 2 May.
The Liberal Democrat claimed his recent election was "not relevant" to his work in Oxfordshire. The seat is more than 70 miles away.
Mr Bearder, a former BBC Radio Oxford presenter, said he lived in both Oxford and Hampshire, spent half his time in both places and is able to carry out his duties as a councillor.
The number of direct trains between Stratford-upon-Avon and London Marylebone has more than doubled following the launch of the new Chiltern Railways timetable.
The number of direct trains in the week between London and Stratford, through Oxfordshire has now increased in both directions from three to six. There are also additional services on the weekend.
A woman and a boy were threatened with a knife by masked intruders who broke into their home in Kidlington.
Three suspects demanded cash and jewellery after forcing entry to the house in Alexander Close on Friday night.
Det Con Natasha Long of Thames Valley Police CID said: "This is clearly a concerning incident but I would like to take this opportunity to reassure the community that there will be a continued police presence in the area while the investigation continues."
Wednesday will be dry and fine with a brisk east-southeasterly breeze making it feel less warm in coastal areas.
A change in the weather is on the way from Thursday, bringing a risk of showers.
Today there will be some chance of clouds but generally clear skies.
Temperatures will range from low single figures to highs of 20°C.
Thames Valley, Hampshire & IoW Dog Section has welcomed a new recruit to its crew, and he looks like a keeper.
Six of Oxfordshire's household waste recycling centres will be closed for cleaning this month.
Only one of the sites - including those at Alkerton, Ardley and Drayton - will be shut at any one time during the maintenence work which the county council said was essential to keep them safe and looking fresh.
Lasting for two days, the closures will take place mid-week when demand is lower.
This year's Oxfordshire Artweeks festival is under way, with artists across the county opening up their studios and staging pop-up exhibitions.
The event has been running since 1981, to promote the work of local artists.
Among the exhibitors this year is artist David Goode whose pieces are all made of bronze and feature characters based on fantasy or folklore.
"It’s all about allowing my work to be seen. To open the gates once a year and let people come in and have a look round is really nice," he said.
Ed Vaizey, the Conservative MP for Wantage & Didcot, has given his thoughts on the results for the Vale of White Horse District and South Oxfordshire District councils.
He said: "Over the last few months [our candidates] have delivered the Conservative message of strong local services to thousands of local residents.
"However we see today that their efforts have not translated into electoral success; The Conservatives have lost control of both councils in my constituency and I’m sad to see hard working councillors who care deeply about their local communities lose their seats.
"We must start our efforts now to restore faith in the Conservative Party, both locally and nationally, and I look forward to working with the new councils to continue to deliver excellent services to the residents of Wantage & Didcot."
Verification of votes at Cherwell District Council is now complete and it is confirmed the turnout was 32.92%.
Let the counting commence!
Matthew Barber, former leader of the Vale of White Horse, has said it was "not the best of nights" for the Conservative Party after it lost control of South Oxfordshire and the Vale of White Horse councils.
Political reporter, BBC Radio Oxford
The Liberal Democrats have won control of Vale of White Horse District Council from the Conservatives.
The party overturned a 20 seat Tory majority to turn the Oxfordshire council orange for the first time since 2007.
The Lib Dems now have an overall majority in a huge swing away from the Conservatives.
Political reporter, BBC Radio Oxford
We are still waiting for the final results for South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse district councils, but we already know one party that will be happy with tonight: The Greens.
They have gained one seat on each council - and Robin Bennett has won Berinsfield in South Oxfordshire, a former Tory stronghold held by council leader John Cotton until he stood down recently.
All the seats are up for grabs in the Vale of the White Horse and the Lib Dems are confident of making gains.
Police officers are riding on buses to catch drivers using their mobile phones.
Road Safety Officers from Hampshire and the Thames Valley are taking part in a joint operation, using the height of a bus as a vantage point to spot wrongdoing.