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BBC News Stories of survival in #Amerli - the BBC's Gabriel Gatehouse is one of the first journalists inside the Iraqi town freed from Islamic State militants http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-29013275
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Jacqueline Shaw What a strong lady just an awful war awful01.09.2014 at 09:52 pm27Hemn Khalid Victory to peshmerga!!!01.09.2014 at 09:56 pm37view more comments
BBC News Ashya King’s brother says the family “just wanted to do what was best” for the five-year-old: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-29019042

His parents removed him from hospital to seek treatment for
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Watch as Danny King explains the family's ordeal.See Less
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Linda Dubber They just wanted a second opinion and to try and get treatment elsewhere that was not offered in uk. What were they supposed to do as loving parents? Just give up - any parent would do the same in that situation. They continued his medication, they haven't maltreated him - now they are locked up and he is left in strange surroundings without his parents - this is abhorrent. How come police and social services weren't so quick to act when parents allegedly left their 3 young children in an unlocked apartment and one disappeared with no trace - in Portugal?? I know which parents I'll be supporting all the way!01.09.2014 at 05:48 pm163James Bowman This entire situation is ridiculous. Parents trying to help there son being demonised. Whilst parents who abuse their children are often not arrested.01.09.2014 at 05:41 pm95view more comments
BBC News How would you feel about eating food from the bin? http://bbc.in/1Cj7eCh

Follow Janet Kalish as she goes “dumpster diving” for edible items in New York - and find out why she does it
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Jana El Sayed Nabil I know people doing this and I feel much respect for them. They even share it with others and it is a shame that so much food is wasted01.09.2014 at 03:41 pm113Nona Kumah So sad!!! People would rather throw it away, instead of giving it away! 01.09.2014 at 03:42 pm99view more comments
BBC News Could the world's meat-eating habits fuel an 80% rise in greenhouse gas emissions? http://bbc.in/1nPaGef #BBCGoFigure
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Sus Ross We eat more chicken because it's so much cheaper than years ago. It was a real treat in the 50's. We used to have it for Christmas dinner!01.09.2014 at 02:37 pm55Michael Simon not me.....been a vegi sinds 199001.09.2014 at 02:36 pm26view more comments



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