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New Hope & Resilience After Destruction and Killings in Gaza, Israel

James S. Gordon, M.D., the distinguished psychiatrist who leads the Washington D.C.-based Center for Mind-Body Medicine (CMBM), has just returned from Gaza and Israel, where he heard first-hand testimony from people and institutions who were targeted by the Israeli army--contradictory to the IDF'...

Nandigram Killings Lead to Depression Among Many

Nine-year-old Gargi Mukherjee might not live in Nandigram. But she suddenly fell ill the day 14 people were killed in the East Midnapore constituency// of West Bengal following police firing. Gargi (name changed) stopped taking food and slipped into depression after viewing the heart-rending ...

New Book Gives Gruesome Account of India Girl Killings

India's unwanted baby girls have been drowned in milk, burned alive in sealed mud pots or fed milk laced with poisonous seeds, but these days it is much easier to kill them in the womb . These are some of the chilling anecdotes in a new book on how a traditional preference for sons in India...

Animal Lovers Protest Brutal Dog Killings

New Delhi: The recent reports of stray dogs in metropolitan cities killing small children and following this the killings of these animals has brought out protests from hundreds of animal lovers. // Recently it was reported that a six-month-old baby was mauled by stray dogs in Hyderabad. Author...

Kidney Racket Not Ruled Out in Children's Killings

Noida: Even as police in Uttar Pradesh sent teams to Punjab to raid the house of a businessman accused of conniving with his domestic help in the gruesome// sexual abuse and murder of several children in Noida, many locals believe the killings could be part of a large organ trading racket. A s...

Staying Indoors Responsible for 1995 Heat Wave Killings

A new research study on the higher-than-average mortality rates of the July 1995 heat waves in Chicago has attributed older people staying indoors in their apartments// as being responsible for the heat wave killings. The study found higher mortality rates in areas where the businesses were ...

More Drug Rehab for Less Violence in Mexico

... MAZATLAN, Mexico, July 18 /PRNewswire/ -- There have been thousands of killings in northern Mexico in the last two years, even including narcotrafficking bands attacking rehab centers. Narconon International executives decided to ...

Drink and drugs fuel Scottish suicide and homicide rates

...le and on the carrying of knives by young men," said Professor Appleby. "The rise in homicide rates in recent years is the result of an increase in killings by young people, mainly men under 25 years, but most are not mentally ill. Therefore, a public health approach to homicide would target alcohol and dr...

Prosecutors' Dismal Record Showing Improvement in Guatemala

...1,000 cases last year alone in Guatemala City, the nation's capital -- the prolific slayings drew Congressional attention and worldwide publicity when killings of women were going unsolved. Femicides, as they're called, make up to 12 percent of Guatemala's homicides, but attract attention because of their...

Accused 13yr Old Admits to Stabbing Her Brother

...counter. She also said she blamed herself for the Richardson family killings because she told her boyfriend she wished they were dead. If I didn...iends of the accused testified that Steinke and the accused admitted to the killings the next morning. ...
Killings in Biological News

Female-led infanticide in wild chimpanzees

...w report instances of three female-led infanticidal attacks. Alerted to the killings by sounds of chimpanzee screams, the researchers directly observed one infa...l evidence for two others. Evidence suggested that in two of the cases, the killings were perpetrated by groups of resident females against "stranger" females f...
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