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Simon and Anita Howell, both 42, from Burgess Hill, West Sussex, have revealed their heart break over telling children Sarah, 10, and James, four, that their mother is battling cancer while he searches for a kidney donor.
Leicester Mercury
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An exhibition highlighting the plight of Syrian refugees has been staged by pupils from a city school.The display in Highcross shopping centre called What is the Refugee Crisis? was organised by children and staff from Humberstone Junior Academy.Teacher Rachael Smith said: In the last term, Year 5 pupils have been doing a project looking at how the refugee crisis started, what could be done and what could we do, and held a fund-raising party at the...
Voice Of America
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Young children scramble in fear from a school outside Washington after an email bomb threat. Hundreds of kilometers away, dozens of Jewish community centers are evacuated following telephone bomb threats. In Philadelphia, vandalism at an old Jewish cemetery leaves hundreds of headstones toppled and cracked. Police say these are unspeakable crimes rooted in hate and are creating fear within Jewish communities across the country. Since the beginning of the year, several Jewish cemeteries have been desecrated by vandals. “It’s criminal. This is beyond vandalism. It’s beyond belief,” said Philadelphia police detective Shawn Thrush. “We have not seen a cemetery desecrated to this level in 20 years,” said Naomi Adler, head of the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia. Dozens of volunteers gathered to help make repairs to gravesites. Adler and other Jewish leaders are alarmed by what they believe is a resurgence of anti-Semitism.
Sky News
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One of the victims has been named as mother-of-two Aysha Frade, 43, who was on her way to pick up her children from school when she was killed on Westminster Bridge.
BBC News 24
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She was reportedly on her way to pick up her children from school. PC Keith Palmer, a father, has been named as the police officer who was killed. MPs held a minute's silence to remember the victims. The Government's emergency Cobra committee will meet later
ABC News - Western Australia
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The Sun Daily
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"Was it murder? Did the [centre] pocket government subsidies instead of spending money on the patients?" a commenter on the Twitter-like Weibo asked. The centre was privately run, but financed by the local government, according to China Daily. Lei Wenfeng, the autistic teenager, had wandered away from home and got lost, then died in December after staying at the centre for just over a month. Lei's cause of death has not been disclosed. Family members blame authorities for not doing enough to locate his parents. News reports quoted Lei's father as saying that his son would have been able to say his own name and the name of his parents, but police still turned the teenager over to centre staff. Online commenters also questioned if officials were doing enough to help China's missing children. Tens of thousands of children, most of them boys, are believed to be stolen each year in China.
EDIS Emergency & Disaster Alert
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Five people have died of chickenpox complications at the Allied Hospital during the last three weeks. According to information, six children are being treated at the hospital and there are reports of many cases in other hospitals of Faisalabad. Last year, 25 patients had been admitted to the Allied Hospital and one patient died of chickenpox in August. Official figures say that from Jan 1 to March 19, the Allied Hospital had received 17 patients. Six patients died of the disease this year, one left the hospital against the medical advice, four were discharged and six are still admitted. ...
BBC News 24
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awareness, diversity, multicultural aspects, and that is important. I'm sure children this morning have woken up whose families work in London are scared. I spoke to boys between 13 and 15, on their phones, obviously, and I said, what is your.
The Sun Daily
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"The Indonesian and Malaysian police jointly recorded a statement from Wak Lan," he said, adding that Wak Lan got to know Asiong as early as 2007 when the two ganged up to carry out robberies in Malaysia. "In July last year, Wak Lan helped Asiong to smuggle 5-10kg of drugs," he said. Rikwanto said Asiong was waiting outside in a car when he and four other accomplices entered the woman's house in Bandar Putra Kulai to grab her. The abduction was captured by a CCTV in the house. He said Wak Lan was initially mum about Asiong's role for fear that the later would harm his wife and children in Indonesia. "He only told the truth after learning that Asiong was also arrested," said Rikwanto. It was reported that the woman's family had paid S$3 million to the gang for her release.
Sky News - UK
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One of the victims has been named as mother-of-two Aysha Frade, 43, who was on her way to pick up her children from school when she was killed on Westminster Bridge.
Politico
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Heritage Action vice president of communications and government relations Dan Holler blames poor House leadership for making lawmakers choose between repeal and achieving their Medicaid goals. “It’s not a binary choice,” he said. “There’s some decent policy in there,” Holler added, referring to the bill's Medicaid provisions. “But you can’t claim to repeal Obamacare if you arent repealing Obamacare.” Established in 1965 as part of the progressive Great Society program of President Lyndon Johnson, Medicaid is an entitlement. That means it gives eligible poor people the right to health care. For decades, the joint state-federal program covered mostly poor women and their young children, as well as many elderly people who depleted their assets and needed help paying for nursing homes or other long term care. Under the Affordable Care Act, states could expand Medicaid to bring in people just over the poverty line, including able-bodied adults with no kids.
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ITV
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normal. You are also writing children's books. A new one. I have written a new one. I get a lot of letters from little boys, nine, 10-year-old boys. They often ask me, how do you become a How do you write your jokes?.
Plymouth Herald
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A Plymouth hair salon has helped a young cancer survivor on her road to leading a 'happy' life again.Kat Roberts, aged 30, was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer in January 2014.At the time she was just 26, with two small children - aged five and two. Battling for two years and undergoing intense chemotherapy and radiotherapy, Kat and her family finally thought they had conquered the cancer.After losing her hair and dealing with horrific side effect of the treatments, Kat was...
ITV
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you. Still to come between now and 9:25 - High-five! (LAUGHTER) He's busy having fun on his new show, but Harry Hill tells me why he's now about to turn children's author. He's with me in under 15 minutes. But now, He's with me in under 15 minutes
ABC News - Western Australia
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Sky News - UK
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One of the victims has been named as mother-of-two Aysha Frade, 43, who was on her way to pick up her children from school when she was killed on Westminster Bridge.
Western Morning News
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ITV
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you, I've been across the UK and the messages going out. I'm hearing women, mothers, and now even fathers, dads, brothers, saying, "Wow, this is a problem. We need to protect our children, we need to protect our loved ones, and our society." When they hear my 7/7 experience, it strikes them that these experience, it strikes them that.
ITV
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optimistic? Completely. We should not be frightened or scared? We should not be frightened, we should not be scared. I continue my work in terms of tackling this issue. 7/7, in fact, changed my life to this. I hear communities and mothers saying, "Right, we are taking a stand against this, we are protecting children thanks to you. We should.
ITV
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come to expect it, to a degree. Not normalised, but they occur. It is highly unlikely that it will affect them. I discussed it with my children, my 12 and 14-year-olds, we talked each other and I will give them statistics like they to are more likely to fall out of bed and I then be killed by terrorist
ITV
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It goes a long way to reassuring children that the world is actually full of good people. The worst thing we can do is let terror have a hold in our hearts. That is what they want. That's be brave and acknowledge we have to carry on and be the UK public that we know, brave, compassion, and.
ITV
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Give yourself a break and expected. With children, always be open with them. Developmentally, check out which stage they are in, check out if they know what you are telling them. Try to avoid showing them too many on-screen demonstrations of the problem. Also help them to reframe the situation. There are bad people in this world, let's not pretend there are not. Reassure them.