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“China’s Transplant System Has Horrified the World”

November 15, 2017 · 


Dear Editor in Chief of Manila Times, Although my wife and I respect your newspaper as one of the most balanced and “neutral” in recent months it was very appalling for us to see that Manila Times carried an article on Nov.09 2017, written “by Manila Times”, about the, pardon the word, nonsense about “China […]


YouTube accused of ‘violence’ against young children over kids’ content

November 14, 2017 ·  By Alex Hern for

What we’re talking about is very young children, effectively from birth, being deliberately targeted with content which will traumatise and disturb them.’ Photograph: Alamy

Google’s video service is filled with disturbing channels and pre-school-aimed videos such as dark Peppa Pig that ‘border on abuse’, says campaigner YouTube has been accused of “infrastructural violence” against children due to its role in the creation of vast quantities of low-quality, disturbing content aimed at pre-schoolers. James Bridle, a campaigning technology-focused artist and […]


Child sex offenders may get specialist unit

November 14, 2017 ·  By Danny Shaw for


The government is considering setting up a specialist unit for child sex offenders in England and Wales. Youth Justice Minister Phillip Lee told MPs there had been a small rise in “dark” and “troubling” offences involving under 18-year-olds. Dr Lee also wants “secure schools” to replace youth custody centres if a pilot scheme is successful. […]


Families of child sexual abuse victims threaten action against UK government

November 13, 2017 ·  By Sally Weale for

A report published a year ago by MPs revealed shocking levels of sexual abuse and harassment of schoolgirls who complained it was a daily part of life. Photograph: Dan Peled/AAP

Families of children attacked or harassed by other pupils are dismayed by lengthy delays in issuing guidelines to schools Lawyers acting for families whose children have been victims of rape, sexual assault and harassment by fellow school pupils have stepped up action against the education secretary, Justine Greening, with a letter threatening judicial review proceedings. […]


US report finds climate change 90% manmade, contradicting Trump officials

November 13, 2017 ·  By Associated Press for

The 477-page report said it is ‘extremely likely’ that global warming is manmade. Photograph: Michael N/Pacific/BarcroftImages

Major report by government agencies goes against senior members of Trump administration and finds evidence of global warming stronger than ever A comprehensive review by 13 US federal agencies concludes that evidence of global warming is stronger than ever and that more than 90% of it has been caused by humans. The conclusion contradicts a […]


Italian priest tells raped girl she asked for it

November 13, 2017 ·  By Agence France-Presse for


Rome, Italy — An Italian priest prompted outrage Thursday by going on Facebook to tell a girl who said she had been raped that it was her fault for getting drunk and hanging around with immigrants. “I’m sorry but if you swim in the piranha tank you cannot complain if you lose a limb,” Lorenzo […]


Child Sex Offenders to Be Named as Such in US Passports

November 13, 2017 ·  By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS for


WASHINGTON — America’s registered child sex offenders will now have to use passports identifying them for their past crimes when traveling overseas. The State Department said Wednesday it would begin revoking passports of registered child sex offenders and will require them to apply for a new one that carries a “unique identifier” of their status. […]


Child poverty in Britain set to soar to new record, says thinktank

November 10, 2017 ·  By Larry Elliott for

A young girl walking through a housing estate in Skelmersdale, Lancashire. Photograph: Alamy

IFS forecast that 37% of children will be in relative poverty by 2022 would see all progress made in the last 20 years undone The number of children living in poverty will soar to a record 5.2 million over the next five years as government welfare cuts bite deepest on households with young families, a […]


Kevin Spacey: Old Vic accused of ignoring sexual misconduct allegations

November 9, 2017 · 

Numerous stories emerge saying London theatre paid no heed to allegations of groping and inappropriate sexual behaviour by the actor

Numerous stories emerge saying London theatre paid no heed to allegations of groping and inappropriate sexual behaviour by the actor Actors and former staff at the Old Vic have accused the theatre of turning a blind eye to inappropriate sexual behaviour by Kevin Spacey during the 11 years that the Hollywood star was its artistic […]


Daily aspirin reduces cancer risk and slows its spread, study confirms

November 8, 2017 ·  By Ian Sample, science correspondent for

The findings support previous claims that aspirin protects against cancer, but the effect may not be as strong as thought. Photograph: Getty

Overall risk of dying from cancer was reduced by 16% among people who took daily dose of aspirin when healthy Taking a low dose of aspirin every day may reduce the risk of cancer and slow the spread of the disease, according to a study that followed the health of more than 100,000 patients. Research […]

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