Friday, 18 August 2017

Tag Archives: children

U.S. Airstrikes in Afghanistan Are Said to Kill 16 Civilians

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JALALABAD: Afghan officials said on Friday that American warplanes killed 16 civilians as they tried to flee an area in eastern Afghanistan controlled by Islamic State militants, but the United States military insisted the dead had been extremist fighters. Hajji Saz Wali, the governor of Haska Meena District in the ...

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Child arrests in Humberside fall 76% in six years

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HUMBERSIDE: Incidents of Humberside Police arresting children have fallen 76 per cent in the last six years according to new figures that have been released. The Howard League for Penal Reform has revealed today (Monday, August 7) that there has been a massive drop in cases where children under the ...

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Children as young as 12 held on suspicion of drug dealing

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LONDON: Children as young as 12 have been arrested for dealing hard drugs such as heroin and crack cocaine, new figures have revealed. More than two thirds of UK police forces which responded to a freedom of information request said they had held under-16s on suspicion of selling class A ...

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Indian woman cuts off husband’s genitals after being denied sex

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NOIDA: A woman from northern Uttar Pradesh, India, severed her husband’s genitals after he refused to have physical relations with her. The 34 year-old victim, who is a cab operator, was admitted to Jaypee Hospital in Noida where he remains in critical condition. The newspaper quotes Dr Saurabh Gupta at the ...

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Angelina Jolie cooks tarantulas for her children to eat

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PHNOM PENH: Angelina Jolie cooked tarantulas for her and her children to eat on live television, although the actress has already eaten the delicacy before. The 41-year-old actress-and-director is currently in Cambodia promoting her new movie ‘First They Killed My Father’ and showed her familiarity with local delicacies, including the arachnids, ...

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Obama Warns Of Threats To Democracy In Farewell Address

WASHINGTON: “Tonight it’s my turn to say thanks,” President Obama said at the opening of his speech. He said he was addressing all Americans and thanking them for making him a “better president and a better man.” He teared up later in his farewell address while thanking his wife for being ...

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Child asylum seekers from Calais Jungle camp launch legal bid

PARIS: Dozens of child asylum seekers formerly from The Jungle camp in Calais have launched a legal challenge to Home Secretary Amber Rudd. Lawyers say 28 of them want written reasons for the determination that it was not in their “best interests” to be relocated to the UK. They are ...

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