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A paedophile ring involved in the abuse of at least 546 boys from six schools has been discovered in Afghanistan’s Logar province.

Some of the victims of the abuse have since been murdered according to the campaigners who first discovered videos of abuse posted to a Facebook page. Five families killed their sons after their faces were seen on videos posted to social media. Two other boys – a 13 and 15 year old – were killed last week, although the perpetrators are unknown.

Civil society organisation, The Logar Youth, Social and Civil Institution, which has been working in the region for 16 years, revealed the extent of the abuse after discovering more than 100 videos on the social media site. The institution is investigating other high schools in the region, believing thousands more children may have been abused. Read more HERE

Published on 14/11/2019 @ 10:37 AM  | Top

The mayor of Venice is poised to declare a state of emergency after the city was hit by the highest tide in more than 50 years, with another surge expected to cause further widespread flooding and destruction on Wednesday.

Flooding in the lagoon city reached its second-highest level ever in the wake of the aqua alta, or high waters, which reached 1.87 metres late on Tuesday night amid heavy rain, just short of the record 1.94 metres (78 in) recorded in 1966.
An elderly local man from Pellestrina, one of the many islands in the Venetian lagoon, died when he was struck by lightning while using an electric water pump, the fire brigade said. The body of another man was found in his home. More than 85% of Venice was flooded, authorities said, including the historic basilica and many of its squares and alleyways. Read more HERE.

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Published on 13/11/2019 @ 2:49 PM  | Top
Army expected to be deployed to help fight more than 100 fires in country’s east
More than 100 fires are raging across eastern Australia, dozens of them running out of control, but the country has so far escaped its predicted “catastrophic” fire day without further loss of life.At least 170 houses have been razed, but no lives were lost on Tuesday, predicted by fire chiefs to be the most dangerous bushfire conditions the country had ever seen.

Three people died in out-of-control bushfires at the weekend, two of them apparently trying to flee fast-moving fire fronts in cars. In one of Australia’s largest peacetime military mobilisations, the army is expected to be deployed – including an unprecedented compulsory call-up of reserve soldiers – to assist in the firefighting and the clean-up from widespread fires, some of which have burned for weeks over more than a million hectares. Read more HERE.

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Published on 12/11/2019 @ 0:13 PM  | Top
Celebrations erupt in the streets of the South American country's capital, with people waving flags and beeping their car horns. Bolivian president Evo Morales has resigned amid deepening unrest over allegations of electoral fraud.The announcement came after the country's military chief called for him to quit
Mr Morales has endured weeks of violent protests since his election victory last month was called into question, with the Organization of American States (OAS) saying there was "clear manipulation" at the #polls.Three people have been killed and more than 100 injured in clashes between supporters and opponents of the president.
Protests have been ongoing since the controversial result. Protesters have also set fire to the headquarters of local electoral offices and set up roadblocks that paralysed parts of the country. Read more HERE.
Published on 11/11/2019 @ 11:39 AM  | Top

At first glance, the human skull lying beside the road looked like a piece of rubbish. Once spotted, it was impossible to ignore: charred, broken and punched through with a bullet hole.

Around it, a carpet of bullet casings was scattered across the street which runs through the middle of the village of El Aguaje in Mexico’s western state of Michoacán.

Bones and bullets bore witness to the intensity of a ferocious cartel ambush which two days earlier had killed 13 state police officers and wounded nine. “It was crazy to send them here like that,” said a young mother who lives a block away from the ambush and asked not to be named. “They were sent to the slaughter.” Read more HERE.

Published on 05/11/2019 @ 2:04 PM  | Top
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