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Witchcraft, exorcism cases linked to child abuse on rise in UK
LONDON: Child abuse cases linked to exorcism and witchcraft have recorded a significant rise in Britain, latest figures released by the Scotland Yard showed on Sunday. "Project Violet," the specialist faith-based abuse team within the Metropolitan Police Service, has identified 60 incidents so far....

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Rise in child abuse cases linked with twisted witchcraft beliefs and rituals on rise, police reveal
A nine-year-old boy was branded a 'devil child' by his parents and thrown out, while a woman bit her son on the face believing he was possessed. These are just two examples of the rising number of child abuse cases being reported involving accusations of witchcraft and exorcism.

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Child Abuse Cases Involving 'Witchcraft' Are Soaring, Police Reports Show
An increasing number of child abuse cases involving accusations of witchcraft and exorcism are being reported to UK police. In one incident, a boy of nine was called a "devil child" and thrown out of his home by his parents, while a mother bit her son on the face because she thought he was possessed, detectives revealed.

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Increasing numbers of children being accused of witchcraft
Picture: Getty. An increasing number of child abuse cases involving accusations of witchcraft and exorcism are being reported to police. In one incident, a boy of nine was called a ‘devil child’ and thrown out of his home by his parents, detectives revealed.

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Child bit on face by mother amid sharp rise in 'witchcraft' abuse cases
The number of child abuse cases involving allegations of withchraft and exorcism has more than doubled in one year in London. In one case, a nine-year-old boy was called a “devil child” and thrown out of his home by his parents, detectives revealed. In another incident a child was attacked by his....

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Charles Wright: A conscientious objector goes to war
WATERLOO | Charles Wright never picked up a weapon in combat in Vietnam, and he never lost a man in his company. But perhaps the most impressive fact about Wright’s service is that, despite being injured, despite witnessing horrors, despite growing ever-immune to those tragedies, his time in war only strengthened his faith in God.

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Banish pundits and polls from Thanksgiving election conversations
In the scene in question, the King's favourite priest demonstrates a logical proof of the existence of God to a rapt audience. As he acknowledges the King and courtiers' enthusiastic applause, the priest displays unacceptable hubris when he declares: "If you wanted me to prove the opposite, I could....

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Rise in child abuse cases involving 'witchcraft', figures show
The Metropolitan Police's specialist faith-based abuse team, known as Project Violet, has identified 60 incidents so far in 2015. In one incident, a nine-year-old boy was called a "devil child" and thrown out of his home by his parents, detectives revealed.

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Rise in child abuse cases involving witchcraft claims - police
An increasing number of child abuse cases involving accusations of witchcraft and exorcism are being reported to police. In one incident, a boy of nine was called a "devil child" and thrown out of his home by his parents, detectives revealed. A specialist unit in London recorded 46 alleged crimes....

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Sri Lanka: US-sponsored Resolution, Shocking, Shameful, says Boyle
US-sponsored Resolution, Shocking, Shameful, says Boyle [TamilNet, Saturday, 10 October 2015, 22:40 GMT] Professor Francis Boyle, an expert in international law, who teaches at University of Illinois, in an interview given to the 3CR radio broadcast in Melbourne Saturday in the "Tamil manifest"....

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The holy mountain that's become too popular
Image copyright AFP. Up to 40,000 people climb Croagh Patrick every year - a 760m-high mountain in the far west of Ireland - as part of a pilgrimage to honour the country's patron saint. It's one of Ireland's top tourist destinations and has become popular with runners. But not everyone is happy, including the Catholic Church.

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