Thursday, February 24, 2005

Life and Death Headlines

COLUMBUS, Georgia (AP) -- A father fatally stabbed his two young children and seriously wounded three others with a hunting knife before committing suicide by slitting his throat, police said.

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) -- The man charged with killing his pregnant ex-girlfriend and her 7-year-old son told his wife [of two months] from behind bars that "everyone has this all wrong."

WASHINGTON (AP) -- A man wanted by the Honduran government for a bus massacre that killed 28 people, including six children, was arrested this month in Texas, the Homeland Security Department said Wednesday.

BAGHDAD, Iraq, Feb. 24 - At least 21 people, including two United States soldiers, were killed today as insurgents struck to the north and south of Baghdad, an Interior Ministry official and the American military said today.

SAN SALVADOR – A notorious street gang based in El Salvador has rapidly spread into 31 US states and raised enough concern for the Justice Department to create a new high-level task force to battle it. Clifford explains that in the past two years there has been a rapid expansion of MS13 branches throughout the US. During that time, there have been 18 MS13-related killings in North Carolina, 11 in Northern Virginia, and at least eight in Los Angeles.

Attempts to adopt children of Sierra Leone are thwarted by suspicions of child trafficking.

Assisted Suicide: A Moral Right


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