SABC Digital News
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Judge Siraj Desai today inspected the scene of the van Breda murders in Cape Town. It's day two of the triple murder trial. Henri van Breda has pleaded not guilty to killing his parents and brother. He's also charged with the attempted murder of his sister. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
Sky News
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absence of evidence to show she has been harmed, her parents will cling to the hope that she is out there somewhere waiting to be brought home. A man in Thailand has filmed himself killing his 11-month-old daughter and posted the video on Facebook before committing suicide
Daily Mail - Australia
20 minutes
Marina and Kevin Krim both wrote touching pieces about their grief for Option B, Facebook CEO Sheryl Sandberg's new book, about coping with the murders of their children, Lulu and Leo.
TIME - Top Stories
28 minutes
Jenner has had lots of doubts: about whether she could transition in earlier decades, how family would react when she did decide to do it, whether people are truly accepting now or just being nice to her face. But she also dismisses rumors that she has regrets about transitioning today, which she has heard parents use to try to talk teenagers out of their own feelings about gender identity: I have never been happier. Transitioning back? Its the opposite. None of this is about sex . Jenner explains early on that she has only ever had sex with five women, three of whom she was married to, and that she's not interested in talking about having sex with anyone else. She emphasizes time and again that gender and sexuality are distinct, though there is a misperception that people transition for sexual reasons. And she says that the publics obsession over my sex life, whether I will or wont, is annoying to her.
Leicester Mercury
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A talented five-year-old chef has turned £1 into £147 by making pizza in a school challenge.Nico Alesssandrelli and his classmates at Christ the King Primary in Western Park, Leicester, were each sent home with a £1 coin and a letter explaining to their parents they could do whatever they wanted to try to make the investment grow, so they could learn about economics.Read More: It's not a cool move to avoid paying rail fareNico's Italian father, Francesco, helped him...
The Sun Daily
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SOME people say you need talent to truly excel in a certain skill, but for Lim Pui Wan, she believes that all it takes is passion. After all, she is a real-life example of her own words. Back in secondary school, Lim fell in love with the intricacy of dollhouse and miniature. This interest compelled her to spend her daily after-school activity doing research via websites and blogs. It went on for a while before she finally made her first clay miniature: a single lollipop. Nonetheless, the mechanical engineering graduate only pursued a full-time career in making dollhouse miniatures in 2011. She won a local dollhouse competition she joined and the rest is history. Are your parents supportive of your unconventional career choice? My mother is open-minded, so I'm lucky that she understands; although she did initially advised me to do it on a part-time basis.
MintPress News
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2 billion in refundable tax credits, a benefit overwhelmingly received by the parents of U.S. citizens. The reportseized upon by Trump during an election campaign that leaned heavily on immigrant scapegoatingfailed to specify the nationality of tax credit recipients. Additionally, while undocumented immigrants make up less than 3 percent of the U.S. population, they also account for 8 percent of local and state tax revenue, according to a report last year by the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy. In a characteristically equivocal and confusing tweet, the U.S. head of state suggested Sunday that “Eventually, but at a later date so we can get started early, Mexico will be paying, in some form, for the badly needed border wall.” Trump has made repeated claims that Mexico will repay the United States for the wall if Congress funds it first.
Radar Online
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Later, they discovered crystal methamphetamine in Harris' possession. This isn't the first time a Deadliest Catch star has gotten into trouble this year. As Radar previously reported, the show's Sig Hansen was accused of sexually abusing his estranged daughter when she was just two years old. PHOTOS: Deadliest School Shootings In U.S. History Melissa Eckstrom, a 28-year-old lawyer, provided police reports and medical evaluations to the court claiming she was sexually abused by her own father at age 2 amid her parents' nasty divorce. However, Hansen has vehemently denied all of the shocking accusations. We pay for juicy info! Do you have a story for RadarOnline.com? Email us at tips@radaronline.com, or call us at (866) ON-RADAR (667-2327) any time, day or night.
The Herald
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Sheep farmers hope the ‘pester power’ of 25,000 primary school pupils can help reduce dogs worrying sheep across the UK, by persuading adults to keep their dogs on the lead in rural areas.
Sky News
an hour
that my parents would ever see me again as they are approaching retirement and my father is not in the best of health. I don't know if my girlfriend would see me again or my other friends and family. I'd have no bail. They reserve the right to try.
Voice Of America
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Mondoweiss
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As Haaretz writer and occupation expert Amira Hass noted in Haaretz, “It’s hard to admit that the Zionist ideology and its productIsrael – have created a thieving, racist, arrogant monster that robs water and land and history, that has blood on its hands under the excuse of security, that for decades has been deliberately planning today’s dangerous Bantustan reality, on both sides of the Green Line.” Perhaps hard to admit, but crucially important to recognize – in order for this to possibly change. The writer, a former Israeli, lives in the United States; he wishes to thank Amira Hass, whose quoted text inspired the writing of this commentary. A version of this article appeared on 12 March 2017 in Haaretz as My Parents Founded a Settlement, Now Trump Could Make Their Dream Come True .
Cotswold Journal
2 hours
OK!
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The top baby names for children born in spring have been revealed [Getty] To make their child’s name more personal, some parents plan to name their children after special places or even the time of year they were born. And this appears to be the same for seasons. Four hundred and three UK based parents took part in a poll by Emma's Diary asking them about their choice of baby names for this time of year. And, as you can imagine, there was a massive trend ...
BBC Parliament
2 hours
a situation where many people will never have affordable housing. They will never have it. And those who do have affordable housing will often in the next generation get it because parents or grandparents did, and those individuals.
ScienceDaily
2 hours
Emotional eating is not uncommon in children and adolescents, but why youth eat emotionally has been unclear. Now a new longitudinal study from Norway has found that school-age children whose parents fed them more to soothe their negative feelings were more likely to eat emotionally later on. The reverse was also found to be the case, with parents of children who were more easily soothed by food being more likely to feed them for emotional reasons.
Cotswold Journal
2 hours
THE parents of a baby boy who drowned in the bath while they were downstairs at their home in Tenbury Wells have been sent to jail.
Daily Mail - USA
3 hours
Marina and Kevin Krim both wrote touching pieces about their grief for Option B, Facebook CEO Sheryl Sandberg's new book, about coping with the murders of their children, Lulu and Leo.
BBC Parliament
3 hours
Thank you for giving way. Does she agree with me that the problem with admitting milk -based drinks from the provisions of this bill is that parents may mistakenly think that those drinks are healthier than soft drinks which have the extra tax. This is not the case. I think that's absolutely right
BBC Parliament
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there is added sugar bad people don't realise. People do not realise quite how much added sugar is in there. It's the same as past the sources for example. Parents do not realise when they see a milkshake on the shelf but about.
The Sun Daily
3 hours
She does not define a person through wealth. "She also knows how to pamper me and accepts my strength and my weaknesses. "What I dislike about her ... well, she loves to procrastinate." Gives us a sneak preview of your wedding plans. "I had wanted my parents to be a big part of my wedding. [But since] they have passed away, I will include elements of them in my wedding. "For my church wedding, I will be wearing barong (traditional Filipino attire) because my mother was Filipino. "After the church wedding, there will be a lunch reception for family members and close friends. The food will feature Indian cuisine (his dad was Indian-Eurasian). "At night, the wedding reception will have more of a European atmosphere, and that comes from Gabby's side. "At the reception, [local music legend] Micheal Verappan, with his 40-piece band, will entertain the guests.
The Sun Daily
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THIS chilling and unique thriller plays upon the secret fears that people have when interacting with other races or cultures. Chris (Kaluuya) and Rose (Williams) are an interracial couple going to visit Rose's parents for the weekend. Chris is a little nervous, but reassures best friend Rod (Howery) that everything will be fine. At first, things go well. Rose's parents (Bradley Whitford and Catherine Keener) are accepting and gracious, but Chris is unnerved by the strange ­behaviour of the family's black groundskeeper and maid. Eventually, however, he notices that things are not what they seem. Rose's mother, a psychiatrist, offers to ­hypnotise him to help him quit smoking, and soon afterwards, the parents host a party where the mostly white, elderly guests take an unusual interest in Chris. As the tension mounts, Chris realises that he has been invited into the family home for a sinister purpose.
Coventry Telegraph
3 hours
Some pupils will be back in class tomorrow
Voice Of America
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With so many Iraqi migrants in Yiwu, there is now an Iraqi school in the city. But it is hard to plan for the future amid uncertainty over whether they will be able to stay, said Manar. "It's very safe in China so I hope my children can settle down, finish their studies and find jobs. But even if we stay here for a long time, we won't get Chinese passports," said Manar, who also teaches parents Chinese at the Iraqi school. Old settlers Ammar, from Yemen, first came to China 19 years ago as a student on a state scholarship. When fighting in his country escalated three years ago, he decided to settle in Yiwu. "The time I last left my country was a very bad memory. It was 2014, Houthi rebels had reached Sana'a and were about to occupy it," Ammar told the Thomson Reuters Foundation in fluent Chinese. "I expected the situation would get worse, so I left with sadness.