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A teenager charged in a high school stabbing rampage "just doesn't fit the mold" of someone who could be harboring such rage, his lawyer said Thursday as the boy's classmates fought to recover from life-threatening wounds and thanked the friends who
what the police files show and it's not bullying The suicide of Rebecca Sedwick drew international media attention last fall and reignited a conversation about the dangers of bullying. But now, reviews of the police files paint a far more complex
A medical emergency unrelated to a schoolyard fight put a Clark County seventh grader in a coma last week, a captain with Clark County School District police said Tuesday. Few other details were released about the April 2 fight between two girls at O'
HEADS OF WORLD FOOD PROGRAMME AND UN REFUGEE AGENCY VISIT SOUTH SUDAN AND ETHIOPIA AMID ALARMING SPREAD OF HUNGER AND DISPLACEMENT By Lawrence Mbae Alarmed at the impact of ongoing violence in South Sudan, the heads
Monday. "We know that 6.5 million displaced people shows that almost all of the Syrian population is displaced," the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees Antonio Guterres said on Monday in the UN Office at Geneva. Guterres noted: "We have already
Geneva, recalling that in September 2013, over 100,000 people were displaced by the fighting...More than 10,000 homes were destroyed in and around Zamboanga City and, additionally, nearly 19,000 were displaced in Basilan province...There is also a
ments Popular kids are targets for bullies too It turns out that, in high school, everyone except the highest echelon of the social pecking order gets bullied, according to a study published in the journal of the American Sociological Association.
In a world of suffering, journalists play uncomfortable games with humanitarian disasters. Just how many people must die before a disaster makes the front page? How many must flee their homes and countries before it is a crisis of sufficient gravity
Australia's indigenous communities, a social welfare advocate says. Elka Smirl, who heads an action group dealing with indigenous family violence, says over the past few years she has been confronted with inter-generational conflicts linked to cyber
Kyle Darker might have been a victim of bullying at school, his friends said in the wake of the sad event, after the boy was pronounced dead at Salford Royal Hospital, where he was helicoptered after relatives found him at their home in Eccles.