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An SCMP reporter went to visit the famous “Ice Flower Boy” in a mountain village in Yunnan province


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An SCMP reporter went to visit the famous “Ice Boy” in a mountain village in Yunnan province

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Apparently the “Solution” to Mass Shootings Is to Turn Schools Into Prisons


 

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Apparently the “Solution” to Mass Shootings Is to Turn Schools Into Prisons

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STUDENT SING MOVING TRIBUTE TO SHOOTING VICTIMS – PRECIOUS CHILDREN´S LIFES ROBBED



‘It’s not a war. It’s a massacre’: scores killed in Syrian enclave Assad regime uses barrel bombs and attacks hospitals in rebel-held eastern Ghouta


‘It’s not a war. It’s a massacre’: scores killed in Syrian enclave
Assad regime uses barrel bombs and attacks hospitals in rebel-held eastern Ghouta

Kareem Shaheen in Istanbul
Tue 20 Feb 2018 09.54 GMT
First published on Tue 20 Feb 2018 09.33 GMT

A Syrian child waits to receive medical treatment at a field hospital following the attacks on Monday in eastern Ghouta. Photograph: Anadolu Agency/Getty Images

More than 100 people have been killed and hundreds wounded on a day of “hysterical” violence in the opposition-controlled enclave of eastern Ghouta in Syria.
The surge in the killing came amid reports of an impending regime incursion into the area outside Damascus, which is home to 400,000 civilians. More than 700 people have been killed in three months, according to local counts, not including the deaths in the last week…….https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/feb/20/its-not-a-war-its-a-massacre-scores-killed-in-syrian-enclave-eastern-ghouta


Fallen Angels True cost of sex tourism: Philippine’s fatherless kids


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Fallen Angels
True cost of sex tourism: Philippine’s fatherless kids
25 May 2016 37148
Author and Director Alyona Simikina
Angeles City in the Philippines is a well-known sex tourism destination. There used to be an American air base here, but now it’s popular among mainly retired men who travel in search of sex for sale. Hundreds of local young women work in the bars and night clubs offering additional services for the money they desperately need to make ends meet and feed their families. The real victims though are the sex workers’ children, conceived by foreign travellers.

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Related: Kenya’s growing child prostitution crisis
These children immediately stand out in the crowd, being of mixed-race here almost certainly means a child is the product of a liaison between a sex tourist and a call girl. They may stand out but they’re not unusual, within their communities there are many children of the sex trade. In most cases, the kids have never met their fathers who, after visiting for a brief holiday, either don’t know or care that their own offspring have been left behind. The burden of raising the children rests entirely on the shoulders of the already struggling mothers.
Related: A former prostitute marches across France pushing for a law that will penalise sex worker clients
An RT Doc film crew visits Angeles City to meet the children abandoned by foreign sex tourist fathers. This programme reveals their lives and dreams and some heartfelt messages for the estranged fathers.

Fallen Angels
True cost of sex tourism: Philippine’s fatherless kids
25 May 2016 37148
Author and Director Alyona Simikina
Angeles City in the Philippines is a well-known sex tourism destination. There used to be an American air base here, but now it’s popular among mainly retired men who travel in search of sex for sale. Hundreds of local young women work in the bars and night clubs offering additional services for the money they desperately need to make ends meet and feed their families. The real victims though are the sex workers’ children, conceived by foreign travellers.

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Related: Kenya’s growing child prostitution crisis
These children immediately stand out in the crowd, being of mixed-race here almost certainly means a child is the product of a liaison between a sex tourist and a call girl. They may stand out but they’re not unusual, within their communities there are many children of the sex trade. In most cases, the kids have never met their fathers who, after visiting for a brief holiday, either don’t know or care that their own offspring have been left behind. The burden of raising the children rests entirely on the shoulders of the already struggling mothers.
Related: A former prostitute marches across France pushing for a law that will penalise sex worker clients
An RT Doc film crew visits Angeles City to meet the children abandoned by foreign sex tourist fathers. This programme reveals their lives and dreams and some heartfelt messages for the estranged fathers.
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Watch this film in Russian


Because ‘Nothing Has Changed Since Columbine,’ Students, Teachers Call for Nationwide School Walkouts @alternet


Photo Credit: By Nicole S Glass / Shutterstock.com’The time to act is now.’ As families continue to grieve and hold funerals for the 17 victims of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, in Parkland, Fla., students and educators are calling for a nationwide day of action including schoo

Source: Because ‘Nothing Has Changed Since Columbine,’ Students, Teachers Call for Nationwide School Walkouts @alternet


#AceNewsReport – Feb.15: “Taiyab Hussain, Mohammed Hizar Rizwan, Shaheem Ratyal and Sohail Raja Ali, all from Burton, pleaded guilty to child sex offences in court last week, after their victims bravely came forward to their families and a police investigation was launched:


#AceNewsReport – Feb.15: “Taiyab Hussain, Mohammed Hizar Rizwan, Shaheem Ratyal and Sohail Raja Ali, all from Burton, pleaded guilty to child sex offences in court last week, after their victims bravely came forward to their families and a police investigation was launched: Police chiefs have now spoken out to praise their bravery and urge any […]

via (BURTON-ON-TRENT, U.K.) Four Muslims admit to operating rape gang with girls as young as 13-years of age have pleaded guilty in court after victims bravely came forward and told their parents and police launched an investigation #AceNewsDesk reports — Ace News Services


Child sex trafficking is the fastest growing criminal business in U.S. — Fellowship of the Minds


The FBI’s National Crime Information Center (NCIC) is America’s central database for tracking crime-related information, and interlinked with federal, tribal, state, and local agencies and offices. According to the NCIC, there were 465,676 missing children in 2016, an increase of nearly 5,000 since a year ago. Of the nearly 25,000 runaways reported to the National Center for Missing […]

via Child sex trafficking is the fastest growing criminal business in U.S. — Fellowship of the Minds


Promised Land: LGBTQ Children’s Book Read Aloud [FULL] — World of Values


To celebrate the 1st anniversary of ‘Promised Land’ being released, experience the entire story of ‘Promised Land’ for the first time. Available to purchase as a paperback, ebook and audiobook at: http://ift.tt/2EGP72s #LoveIsLove In a Kingdom where all are considered equal, regardless of what they look like or who they love, ‘Promised Land’ is a […]

via Promised Land: LGBTQ Children’s Book Read Aloud [FULL] — World of Values


Unexplained cash, and other signs your kid may have joined a gang


February 14, 2018 2:16 am
Updated: February 14, 2018 7:19 am

Unexplained cash, and other signs your kid may have joined a gang

By Sonia Deol and Jesse Ferreras Global News
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WATCH ABOVE: Global’s Sonia Deol talked to police about the red flags that could be signs that a loved-one has become involved in gangs.
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How do you know whether your kid may have joined a gang?
There are plenty of signs to suggest that they have, if you ask Sgt. Jag Khosa, gang intervention officer with the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit — British Columbia (CFSEU-BC).
Coverage of gangs on Globalnews.ca:
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https://globalnews.ca/video/rd/1161125955503/

 

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Surrey gang prevention program

Deadly gang violence spreads to the B.C. Interior

Premier announces gang prevention program changes

Kids from any background can end up in gangs. And many do.
Khosa said one of the keys to keeping kids as young as 14 or 15 years old out of gangs is to look for clear signs of involvement.
Here are five signs that your kid could be involved in gang activity:
Unexplained cash

A Ziploc bag full of cash held up by Sgt. Jag Khosa of the CFSEU-BC.
Global News
If your kid is coming home with cash and saying that they earned it while working for a security firm or a warehouse where they only pay by cash, then something might be up with them.
“That should be the first clue for the parents,” Khosa said.
Multiple cellphones

The BlackBerry Classic is is shown in Toronto on December 17, 2014. It would appear not even the federal government is immune from the occasional lost BlackBerry, broken window or head-scratching security concern.
THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graeme Roy
Khosa said police are often seeing gang members use Blackberries.
And if kids are using pay and talk phones that aren’t registered in their names, “they’re trying to hide something,” he added.
Baggies

Sgt. Jag Khosa of the CFSEU-BC holds up baggies in an interview with Global News.
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You might see little plastic bags in your kid’s possession.
They may contain drugs, they may not.
But they might also have scales lying around — usually for the purpose of weighing drugs so that they can be bagged, Khosa said.
A notebook

A notebook shown to Global News by Sgt. Jag Khosa of the CFSEU-BC.
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Your kid might possess a notebook that looks like something from school.
But that notebook could actually be a drug dealer’s ledger, with scoresheets recounting the day’s business, Khosa said.
“Whatever product they buy from their line manager or their food boss or whatever the name you can give them, they get the product, they know how much they got, end of shift, they have to give that account to their boss,” he said.
“And if they owe something, that’s on the kid who’s working. So if there’s a drug debt, if they get robbed, it’s on them.”
The company they keep
“If your kid’s 16 and he’s getting picked up by a 35-year-old, that should be a cause of concern,” Khosa said.
“What’s the connection there? Why is my kid connected to kids much older than their age?”
If you think your child or someone you know is at risk or involved in gangs or drug trafficking, there is help available for you. Get in touch with CFSEU-BC’s Gang Intervention Team today for support. The phone number is (604) 897-6023 and the email is gangintervention@cfseu.bc.ca  https://globalnews.ca/news/4024584/signs-gang-kids-join-bc/?utm_source=Article&utm_medium=MostPopular&utm_campaign=2014