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May, 2015


NBI to file murder raps.

May 21, 2015 ·  By (Cebu Daily News)

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  Child witness identifies cops, but not Tiu;  Why do Fuente police shave heads of girls? By next week, the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) will be ready to file murder charges against several policemen for the death of street child Chastity Mirabiles, who was detained for several hours on Easter Sunday at the Fuente […]

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Editorial: Disturbing details.

May 21, 2015 ·  By (Sun Star Cebu newspaper )

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THE National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) will wind up in a few days its investigation into the death of 11-year-old Chastity Mirabiles. Mirabiles died hours after she was brought by policemen to the Fuente Police Station on April 5, Easter Sunday, supposedly as part of Oplan Libud-Suroy, which is intended to “rescue” street children. The […]

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UN deal secures release of child soldiers held by Central African Republic militias

May 21, 2015 ·  By Sam Jones Friday 15 May 2015 14.13 BST

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Emotional scenes as 357 children who fought in two-year sectarian conflict or were forced to work as sex slaves are liberated in Bambari following peace deal More than 350 children have been released by armed groups in Central African Republic (CAR) under a UN-brokered deal to free thousands of young people who have been forced […]

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Child sex abuse inquiry: Victim had teeth pulled out by nuns with pliers, royal commission hears

May 21, 2015 ·  By Court Report Peta Carlyonwww.abc.net.au/

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Nuns used pliers to pull out the teeth of a child sex abuse victim at a Ballarat orphanage, and he was also locked in a dungeon known as the “horror room” and abused by a priest, an inquiry has heard. Giving evidence at the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, Gordon Hill […]

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Domestic violence offenders may be tracked using GPS ankle bracelets

May 20, 2015 ·  By Shalailah Medhora Sunday 17 May 2015 03.07 BST Last modified on Sunday 17 May 2015 03.09 BST

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Federal government proposal to monitor high-risk perpetrators of family and domestic violence will be taken to Coag for consideration by states and territories Ankle bracelets could be used to track high-risk perpetrators of family and domestic violence under a proposal to be put forward by the federal government. The proposal will see GPS monitoring devices […]

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5,000 disabled adults sexually abused in past two years, NSPCC says

May 20, 2015 ·  By Press Association Monday 18 May 2015 06.06 BST

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Charity says the figures were the ‘visible peak’ of what could be a bigger problem that also affect young people Almost 5,000 disabled adults have been sexually abused in England in the past two years, figures have shown. The NSPCC said information from 106 councils showing 4,748 reports of sex abuse against disabled adults was […]

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The girl fighting to stop child marriage in Pakistan

May 19, 2015 · 

The girl fighting to stop child marriage in Pakistan

  18 May 2015 Last updated at 01:21 BST Changing the mindset and traditions of a conservative society is never easy – especially for a young girl. But that is exactly what a teenage activist in Pakistan’s north-western Swat valley is trying to do. Hadiqa Bashir has taken on the challenge of ending child marriage […]

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‘They hit us, with hammers, by knife’: Rohingya migrants tell of horror at sea

May 19, 2015 · 

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Up to 8,000 are believed to be stuck off Thai, Indonesian and Malaysian coasts, and those who made it to shore describe violence and starvation Crowded under tarpaulin tents strewn with rubbish and boxes of water, the Burmese and Bangladeshi migrants speak of horrors at sea: of murders, of killing each other over scarce supplies […]

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Corfu gas death pair’s parents’ fury at Thomas Cook ‘apology’

May 18, 2015 · 

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The parents of two children who died from carbon monoxide poisoning in Corfu have criticised Thomas Cook for not apologising to them directly. A spokesman for the company said a letter of apology had been sent from chief executive Peter Frankhauser to Neil Shepherd and Sharon Wood. However, Mr Shepherd and Mrs Wood said they […]

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Taliban suicide attack kills three near Kabul airport

May 18, 2015 ·  By by: David Loyne

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A suicide bomb attack near the entrance of the international airport in the Afghan capital Kabul has killed three people, including a British citizen. The attack took place close to the area used by military vehicles and targeted a European police training mission vehicle. Two Afghan teenage girls, described as bystanders, died in the blast, […]

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