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London correspondent for the @AP covering UK news; occasional Europe news editor. Also independent China researcher, writer. Hong Kong native.

UK couple loses civil partnership court challenge

thepublicopinion.com — LONDON (AP) - A British couple who wanted their relationship recognized as a civil partnership instead of a marriage lost their case Friday at the High Court. Rebecca Steinfeld, 34, and Charles Keidan, 39, said they objected to the history and institution of marriage and argued that they and others faced discrimination because the law says only same-sex couples are eligible for civil partnerships.

UK woman found guilty of taking son to join IS in Syria

thepublicopinion.com — LONDON (AP) - A British woman has been found guilty of taking her toddler son to join the Islamic State group, becoming the first woman to be convicted of the offense after returning to the U.K. from the self-declared caliphate in Syria.

UK woman found guilty of taking son to join Islamic State in Syria

stripes.com — LONDON - A British woman has been found guilty of taking her toddler son to join the Islamic State group, becoming the first woman to be convicted of the offense after returning to the U.K. from the self-declared caliphate in Syria. Tareena Shakil, 26, was convicted of being a member of the Islamic State and encouraging acts of terrorism.

Une Britannique condamnée pour avoir tenté d'enrôler son bébé dans l'EI

lapresse.ca — Tareena Shakil, 26 ans, a été condamnée pour avoir adhéré au groupe extrémiste et avoir incité à des actes terroristes. Elle recevra sa peine lundi. Selon les policiers, en octobre 2014, elle et son fils d'un an étaient montés à bord d'un avion vers la Turquie et de là, ils se sont rendus en Syrie pour y passer trois mois.

UK woman found guilty of taking son to join IS in Syria

lufkindailynews.com — Tareena Shakil, 26, was convicted of being a member of the Islamic State and encouraging acts of terrorism. She will be sentenced on Monday. Police said in October 2014 she and her one-year-old son boarded a plane to Turkey, where she crossed into Syria and spent three months there.

UK woman found guilty of taking son to join IS in Syria - The Messenger: World

the-messenger.com — Tareena Shakil, 26, was convicted of being a member of the Islamic State and encouraging acts of terrorism. She will be sentenced on Monday. Police said in October 2014 she and her one-year-old son boarded a plane to Turkey, where she crossed into Syria and spent three months there.

UK woman found guilty of taking son to join IS in Syria - The Courier-Times: World News

thecouriertimes.com — Posted: LONDON (AP) - A British woman has been found guilty of taking her toddler son to join the Islamic State group, becoming the first woman to be convicted of the offense after returning to the U.K. from the self-declared caliphate in Syria.

UK woman found guilty of taking son to join IS in Syria - The Daily Citizen: World News

thedailycitizen.com — LONDON (AP) - A British woman has been found guilty of taking her toddler son to join the Islamic State group, becoming the first woman to be convicted of the offense after returning to the U.K. from the self-declared caliphate in Syria.

UK woman found guilty of taking son to join IS in Syria

journalreview.com — Tareena Shakil, 26, was convicted of being a member of the Islamic State and encouraging acts of terrorism. She will be sentenced on Monday. Police said in October 2014 she and her one-year-old son boarded a plane to Turkey, where she crossed into Syria and spent three months there.

UK woman found guilty of taking son to join IS in Syria - Bonner County Daily Bee: World

bonnercountydailybee.com — Tareena Shakil, 26, was convicted of being a member of the Islamic State and encouraging acts of terrorism. She will be sentenced on Monday. Police said in October 2014 she and her one-year-old son boarded a plane to Turkey, where she crossed into Syria and spent three months there.
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Feb 04, 2016

RT @washingtonpost: ‘Zika isn’t important': The infuriating case of a scientist’s search for funding. wapo.st/1Pk4DvR

Jan 28, 2016

RT @ECPATUK: U.S. failures to protect unaccompanied migrant minors have led to #trafficking: washingtonpost.com/national/failu… Important lessons for UK’s response

Jan 28, 2016

RT @cbtly: The EU planned to relocate tens of thousands of refugees. So far, only 414 have been relocated, @EU_Commission says nyti.ms/1nAfY4d

Jan 13, 2016

RT @DrJM_Fernandez: China steps up human rights crackdown with arrest of foreign activist Peter Dahlin – "endangering state security". theguardian.com/world/2016/jan…

Jan 13, 2016

RT @guardian: UK visa policy ‘increasing abuse’ of foreign maids, says damning review gu.com/p/4fgy4/stw

Jan 12, 2016

RT @nytimesworld: Doctors' strike in England points to difference in U.S. and British health-care systems. nyti.ms/1P7hnVN pic.twitter.com/0Ju7KJTgfh

Jan 08, 2016

RT @AP: AP VIDEO: Thousands gather in downtown Pyongyang to celebrate North Korea's latest nuclear test: apne.ws/1OUkS1u

Jan 08, 2016

RT @nytimes: As mysteriously as the 120-foot-tall statue arose, it disappeared nyti.ms/1PiO4Qv pic.twitter.com/log7fmOG0X


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