Thursday, March 31, 2011

Girl,12, gives birth on school trip

A 12-year-old Dutch girl gave birth while on a school trip.

The girl, from Groningen, 183 km northeast of Amsterdam, complained of stomach pains March 22, during a day out with classmates.

Teachers realised the girl was in labor and called an ambulance. Medics rushed to the scene, and the 12 year old delivered a healthy baby girl in a nearby building.

The young mother was then taken to the hospital but has refused to name the father.

Family members said that the schoolgirl's father previously sexually abused another older daughter and served two years in jail for the sex crime, according to the Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf.

The girl was living with her father and brother after he won custody following a divorce from their mother, who was originally from Suriname, a former Dutch colony in South America.

The girl's stepsister, 30, told the newspaper, "I warned him. I am shocked about what happened."

Dutch police said in a statement on Wednesday, "The girl got pregnant when she was 11, which in itself means there has been a criminal offense."

"Under Article 244 of the Penal Code, sex with a minor under 12, is punishable. In addition, there are now (circumstances) reported by the Child Protection Board. Taking these two into consideration, police are now investigating who the father (of this baby) is."

The girl was due to go into foster care once she was released from the hospital.

Gay man gets death over fatal sex games

A gay man in Hunan Province, China, has been sentenced to death for organising sex games leading to the deaths of six men.

According to The Hunan Morning News, his defence arguments that he had confessed and had "intended no harm" were dismissed by the court.

Police in Changsha City found six male bodies in local hotels between October 11 and November 26.

All victims were found naked and hanged to death. Police arrested a suspect during a robbery on November 28 and the man, later identified as Zhou Youping confessed that he was the one who had hanged the men.

According to police, Zhou Youping published a public "invitation" on a gay website from September 2009, promising volunteers high payments to play sex games including 'hanging', which involved a high risk of death.

Zhou told police he knew the 'hanging' game was risky so he never tried it, but he enjoyed watching others do it, the report said.He said he usually left the room after he felt satisfied, leaving victims still hung, the report said.Zhou argued that the victims were volunteers and should have freed themselves.

Legal experts said his behaviour related to "indirect intent," which means the suspect knew of a potential dangerous results but does nothing to stop it.

Under Chinese law, indirect intent to kill is the equivalent to murder.

Zhou Youping has been sentenced to death for organising sex games leading to the deaths of six men
Zhou Youping has been sentenced to death for organising sex games leading to the deaths of six men


Landslide buries alive 3 miners in Philippines

MANILA, Philippines (AP): Officials say a landslide triggered by heavy rains has buried alive three miners who were resting in their bunkhouse in the southern Philippines.
Civil defense officer Roy Dorado said Thursday that two other miners were slightly injured at the same site in South Cotabato province's T'boli township when rushing floodwater eroded a portion of the road they were standing on and swept them away.
He says that heavy rains late Wednesday eroded soil on a slope near the miners' rest house outside a tunnel. Village leaders have ordered residents to evacuate. The area is prone to landslides after years of mining.
Army spokesman Lt. Col. Lyndon Paniza says officials are checking if anyone has been trapped in the mining tunnels.

Hairstylist sentenced to death for kidnap and murder of schoolgirl

KUALA LUMPUR: A hairstylist has been sentenced to death for kidnapping and murdering teenager Lai Ying Xin, whose body was burnt and dumped at a remote area in Kulai more than two years ago.
His two juvenile friends were ordered to be detained in a prison at the pleasure of the Johor Sultan for kidnapping and murdering their schoolmate.
Hairstylist Teh Kim Hong, 25, who knew Ying Xin and had been to her house, did not show any emotion when the verdict was delivered in a packed courtroom Thursday. The two friends bowed their head.
The victim's mother Chia Siew Phen and relatives were in court. Chia said she was happy to hear the verdict.
In sentencing, Johor Baru High Court judge Justice Mohd Zawawi Salleh said he considered seriousness of the offence where an innocent underage woman was kidnapped for ransom and murdered.
"The ransom was paid to the three accused but as they wished to destroy the evidence which could implicate them, the victim was murdered brutally, her body burnt and dumped in a remote area," he said.
In his judgment, Justice Mohd Zawawi, who is based here now, said the three accused did not show any mercy towards the victim.
"The court has to consider the torment undergone by her family members, especially her parents, and the suffering of the victim, who was murdered in a cruel manner," he said.
To both the juveniles, Justice Mohd Zawawi said they were lucky to have escaped the death sentence.
"You are fortunate as both of you are juveniles (then) so the court cannot impose the death penalty," he told the two who work as part-time cook.
The trio were accused of kidnapping Ying Xin, 16, who is the third of four siblings, in front of Hypermarket in Jalan Kulai-Air Hitam in Johor at 9.45pm on Sept 11, 2008 with intention to get ransom money of RM60,000.
They were charged of murdering Ying Xin in one of the juvenile's house in Jalan Alor Bukit Kulai between 9.45pm on Sept 11, 2008 and midnight next day. - theStarOnline

Former Mr Asia Malek Noor in ICU

IPOH: Former Mr Asia Datuk Malek Noor has been admitted to the intensive care unit of Pantai Hospital after collapsing while playing football for the Perak Menteri Besar Cup at the Perak Stadium here on Wednesday.
Malek, 54, is reportedly in stable condition.
The body-building ace was goalkeeping for the national football legends in a friendly match against the Perak Mentri Besar selection when he collapsed five minutes into the game, organising committee chairman Datuk Azhar Ahmad told reporters.
Malek being helped out of the field after he complained of breathing difficulties
“Let's all pray for his speedy recovery,” he said.
The football legends won the game 1-0 through the goal scored by Sharin Majid.
Apart from Shahrin, veteran players in the team also included K. Gunalan, Hassan Sani, Karim Pin, Khalid Ali, Ahmad Yusof, Shukor Salleh and Bakri Ibni.
The Perak Mentri Besar team, captained by the Mentri Besar himself Datuk Seri Dr Zambry Abdul Kadir, comprised former Perak football players such as Azizul Abu Haniffa, Ramli Talib, A. Elanggovan, Roafandi Yusof, Ahmad Shahrul Azhar, Chan Kok Heng and P. Umaparam.
Over 1,000 people watched the game where RM10,000 was raised for the National Athletes Welfare Fund. - Bernama

1,294 flee floods in Perlis

KANGAR: Floods hit three areas in Perlis following continuous rain since Monday night, forcing 1,294 people to be evacuated from their homes to 20 relief centres.
The worst hit was Kangar, where 870 victims were moved out to 10 relief centres.
In Padang Besar, 380 flood victims were evacuated to eight areas and in Arau, 44 people were evacuated.
A state flood operations centre spokesman said four roads Jalan Santan, Jalan Kangar-Padang Besar at Kampung Paya, a road in Taman Sena and another stretch in front of SMK Datuk Jaafar Hassan in Bukit Keteri were closed to traffic.
“The water level is mostly between 0.3m and 1m deep,” the spokesman said, adding that the water levels at the three major rivers were still below the danger level.
He added that water from the Timah Tasoh Dam was released to prevent overflow.
In Baling, 1,000 people who were moved to eight relief centres since Tuesday night have returned home after the rain stopped at 2pm yesterday.
Kedah Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Azizan Abdul Razak said the state had yet to open its flood operations centre.
“So far, the situation in Kedah is good except for a storm that damaged more than 200 houses,” he said.
In Kuala Terengganu, the number of flood victims has gone down to just 45 as at 6pm yesterday.
They are being housed at the Kampung Tok Mat and Bukit Payung civic halls, both in the Marang district.
A state flood operations room spokesman said this was a vast improvement from the more than 1,000 evacuees from Marang and Dungun on Tuesday.
He added, however, that many areas were still facing flash floods. - theStarOnline

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Laugh till you drop

THE latest horror comedy from Singapore, The Ghosts Must Be Crazy, throws together two very different supernatural funnies – The Day Offand Ghost Bride – for a rib-tickling time at the cinema.
A movie by J Team Productions, the horror comedy is produced by Jack Neo and co-directed by Boris Boo and Mark Lee, who also stars alongside Singaporean household names like Wang Lei, John Cheng, Henry Thia and Dennis Chew.
The Day Off is directed by Boo (Phua Chu Kang The Movie) and tells of two men slated to go for their annual in-camp training, where they meet a Platoon Commander who puts them through a series of rigorous exercises.
Ah Hai (Mark Lee) advises those who want to seek help from the netherworld in Ghost Bride.
The two guys – Ah Nan (Cheng) and Ah Lei (Wang) – decide to play a trick on their Platoon Commander in revenge, but a series of strange things starts to happen.
The second story Ghost Bride is directed by the first-time director Lee, a well-loved comedian in Singapore.
The story tells of Ah Hui (Thia), who is unlucky in love, meeting a stranger called Ah Hai (Lee) who promises him fortune and blessings if he seeks help from the netherworld.
Doing so, Ah Hui strikes the lottery, but spends it all lavishly. Down in the dumps again, he turns to his new-found friend for another solution, but strange events begin to unfold.
Supernatural intervention: Ah Hui (Henry Thia) finds himself stuck with a spirit for a wife in Ghost Bride.
In conjunction with the movie’s release in local cinemas, there will be a series of meet-the-fans sessions, where fans get to meet Neo, Lee and Wang.
Tomorrow, they will be interviewed live on Chinese radio station 988 at 3pm.
At 7.15pm, the trio will make an appearance at the Berjaya Time Square concourse in Kuala Lumpur, where fans can join them at a Dress Up Scare Party and take part in a ticket redemption at 7.30pm to attend the gala premiere at GSC Berjaya Times Square on the same night.
A group of men encounter strange happenings when they go for their annual in-camp training in The Day Off.

source: theStarOnline

MACC-led task force cripples syndicate siphoning billions of ringgit

PUTRAJAYA: Billions of ringgit have been siphoned by way of tax evasion, money laundering and illegal outflow of funds here by a syndicate with tentacles in many organisations.
The syndicate was finally crippled by a high-powered task force, the biggest ever assembled in the country's history and was led by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC).
Two senior Customs Department officers - a Datuk and his wife, both based in an east coast state - were detained to help in investigations.
MACC officers seized stashes of cash amounting to hundreds of thousands of ringgit from their home.
Officers of the task force, which also included representatives from Bank Negara, the Inland Revenue Board and the Attorney-General's Chambers, conducted simultaneous raids over the last 48 hours on forwarding companies and holding companies. Over 100 premises nationwide were raided.
MACC investigation director Datuk Mustafar Ali (pic) said the two Customs officers were detained to assist in the investigations for offences under the Customs Act, the Income Tax Act, the Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorism Act and the MACC Act.
“Some 150 bank accounts have been frozen, including several overseas accounts that we believe are related to their illegal activities.
“Our task force raided 84 forwarding agents, 25 Customs premises and a holding company and its 24 subsidiaries,” he told reporters here yesterday.
Mustafar said the operation was one of the biggest joint efforts by law enforcement agencies in the country's history.
He added that the raids were conducted because there was reason to believe that the organisations were involved in under-declaration of Customs duties, tax evasion, money laundering, illegal remittance of billions of fund overseas and corruption.
He described the entities as a syndicate which was inter-linked.
“They are linked to agencies, to departments, to individuals and to other parties such as the forwarding agents.
“When goods are imported, the value is under-declared, resulting in lower duties.
“So, there is complicity between the importer and the authorities, resulting in the Government losing billions of ringgit,” he said.
Mustafar also revealed that the raid on the office of Selangor DAP exco member Ang Leng Kiat in Port Klang on Monday was part of the operation. - theStarOnline

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Love letters from Elizabeth Taylor reveals love for fiance

LOS ANGELES (Reuters): In newly revealed love letters, a 17 year-old Elizabeth Taylor shared her dreams with her fiance before later agonizing about returning an engagement ring when the relationship soured.
The handwritten letters are from 1949, when Taylor was engaged to William Pawley Jr, who was in his 20s and the son of a wealthy American businessman and ambassador.
Taylor, who died last week aged 79, was already a famous Hollywood actress at the time, having starred in the 1944 movie National Velvet.
The correspondence, which New Hamphire-based RR Auction is selling in May, open a window to Taylor's view of life and love, before she was to be married and divorced eight times throughout her life.
In this 7 June, 1949 photo, 17-year-old actress Elizabeth Taylor poses with fiance William D. Pawley Jr. at his father's home in Miami Beach, Florida.
"I received your wire this morning about sending the ring and bracelet to New York," Taylor wrote Pawley in a letter dated September 20, 1949, when their relationship was ending.
"I have the ring on now -- It is sparkling so beautifully in the sunshine -- I suppose this will be the last time I have it on -- for a while at least -- take good care of it, Darling -- for my heart is embeded [sic] right there in the center of it."
Taylor died on 23 March of congestive heart failure, and is remembered as one of Hollywood's great leading ladies. She won an Oscar forBUtterfield 8 (1960) and another for Who's Afraid Of Virginia Wolf?(1966).
RR Auction obtained the letters two years ago from a representative for Pawley.
There are 66 letters from Taylor and 20 letters from her mother, who told Pawley to leave her daughter alone when the engagement ended, said Bobby Livingston, vice president of sales and marketing at RR Auction.
The auction was scheduled before Taylor died and the items had been expected to sell for US$25,000 to US$30,000, but that figure is likely to rise, Livingston said.
"I want our hearts to belong to each other throughout eternity." -- Taylor to Pawley
The letters begin in March 1949, soon after Taylor had met Pawley while vacationing in Florida with her family.
In a letter dated March 28, 1949, Taylor wrote that she longed to be with Pawley.
"I want our hearts to belong to each other throughout eternity -- I want us to be 'lovers' always ... even after we've been married seventy-five years and have at least a dozen great-great-grandchildren," she wrote.
Taylor in the letters also talks about saving herself for her marriage to Pawley. And she describes dating college football star Glenn Davis in a sham relationship that sprang from the advice of Hollywood publicists, Livingston said.
Pawley was jealous about seeing pictures in newspapers of Taylor on dates with other men, and their relationship suffered as a result, Livingston said.
"Our icons, we tend to forget that they're human, vulnerable people, and here (Taylor) is revealing herself and her struggles well before the incredibly hectic life she's about to embark on just a few months later when she gets married for the first time," Livingston said.
Taylor married hotel heir Conrad Hilton Jr in May 1950.
Some of Taylor's letters to Pawley are written on her own colored letterhead, and some are on letterhead from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, the studio she worked for at the time.
Pawley is still alive, but has said little publicly about his decades-old relationship with Taylor, Livingston said.

More acid attack victims

KUALA LUMPUR: Three women have fallen victim to the acid splashers who have been terrorising the Klang Valley since early last month.
The trio , two marketing executives and a teacher, were splashed with a hazardous liquid during separate attacks on Thursday and Friday.
The attacks took place at Jalan Tun Sambanthan and Jalan Sultan Abdul Samad – the first time they occurred outside Bangsar.
On Thursday at about 5.30pm, marketing executive Ruhainah Husin, 30, and her colleague were on their way home near Jalan Tun Sambanthan when they were splashed.
“We were walking towards my car when we heard a motorcycle pull up behind us.
“In a split second, I felt something on my face,” she said.
Ruhainah said she could feel a severe burning sensation and smelled smoke.
“Luckily my eyes were saved because I was wearing glasses,” she said.
Her colleague, who escaped with minor injuries, and a bystander helped to send Ruhaina to the University Malaya Medical Centre for treatment.
Ruhaina suffered severe burns on parts of her face and shoulder.
It is believed that the liquid used by the attacker was a type of alkaline.
Another attack the next day, took place outside a primary school near Jalan Sultan Abdul Samad at 7am.
The victim, a teacher who wished to remain anonymous, said she noticed two men on a motorcycle speeding away after she was splashed.
Along with Ruhaina and her colleague, a total of fifteen people, including eight pupils, two teachers, a parent and her two children, have fallen victim to the attacks so far.
Brickfields OCPD Asst Comm Wan Abdul Bari Wan Abdul Khalid urged anyone with information to contact the nearest police station immediately. - theStarOnline

Floods: 218 flood victims evacuated in Terengganu

KUALA TERENGGANU: Heavy rain since Monday night has caused flooding in several areas in the state, forcing the evacuation of 218 people early Tuesday.
They comprise 200 people from Kampung Tok Jembal here and 18 from Kampung Kubu in Marang, near here, a spokesman of the National Security Council said when contacted.
He added that the flood victims were now placed at Sekolah Kebangsaan Tok Jembal, here, and in Sekolah Kebangsaan Marang and Kampung Kubu community hall in Marang.
School sessions were not affected.
Meanwhile, Km14 of Jalan Kuala Terengganu-Kuala Berang in Kampung Bukit Payong was closed to light vehicles since early today due to the flood. In KUALA LUMPUR, the Malaysian Meteorological Department, in a statement issued at 11am Tuesday, forecast heavy rain in several areas in Terengganu, Kedah and Perlis until Wednesday.
Among the areas affected are Besut, Setiu, Hulu Terengganu, Kuala Terengganu, Marang, Dungun and Kemaman in Terengganu and Langkawi, Kubang Pasu, Padang Terap, Kota Setar, Pokok Sena and Pendang in Kedah.
The department said the condition could cause flash floods.
Meanwhile, heavy rain and strong winds slammed three districts in Kedah late Monday evening, uprooting trees and damaging over 150 houses.
Initial report from the Welfare Department showed Kuala Kedah to be the worst hit district with about 100 houses destroyed, followed by 30 houses in Alor Setar and 21 Pokok Sena.
No loss of life was reported.
Assistant officer of the Kota Setar Welfare Department, Rusmini Meh, said officers from the department were now at the affected areas to survey the damage and obtaining details of the victims for the purpose of providing assistance," he told Bernama when contacted.
Kuala Kedah Umno deputy division chief Datuk Abdul Mutalib Haron, members of the Federal Village Security and Development Committee, and Welfare Department staff were at Kuala Kedah until midnight Monday night to provide assistance to the victims. - Bernama

Police may ask popular film maker Yusry to analyse sex video

KUALA LUMPUR: Popular film director and producer Yusry Abdul Halim may be roped in to ascertain the authenticity of the sex video that showed a man resembling Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim having sex with a foreign prostitute.
Royal Malaysian Police secretary Deputy Comm Datuk Ghazali Md Aminsaid police might call Yusry to help analyse the video.
“As far as we are concerned, we can call anyone to help in the investigation and that in-cludes Yusry,” said DCP Ghazali yesterday. However, he said, police were still studying the evidence and had yet to decide if they would call the film maker or other experts on the matter.
Yusry, who directed the recent box office hit Hikayat Merong Mahawangsa, was reported to have said that it would be difficult to doctor a 20-minute long video.
“Still pictures or short videos can be forged but if it is 20 minutes long, it's almost impossible,” he said.
PAS secretary-general Datuk Mustafa Ali said the party believed in the integrity and professionalism of the police in investigating the sex video.
Mustafa said the party would wait for the outcome of the investigation as they did not want to jump the gun without conclusive evidence. “We will wait for the findings,” he said yesterday.
Mustafa also said it was not necessary to engage foreign experts to ascertain the authenticity of the video and identity of the man in it, as suggested by PAS central committee member Mohamad Sabu.
The “Datuk T” trio, comprising businessman Datuk Shazryl Eskay Abdullah, Perkasa treasurer-general Datuk Shuaib Lazim and former Malacca chief minister Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Tamby Chik had exposed the existence of the video last Monday.
The next day Anwar lodged a police report saying he was not the man in the sex video. - theStarOnline

Naked, drunken dad stabs son to death

PETALING JAYA: A youth who insisted that his naked and drunken father put on his clothes was stabbed to death after the father and son got into a heated argument.
Razak Kumar, 20, died at the scene after he was stabbed in the chest with a kitchen knife on Sunday.
The 8.30pm incident occurred in front of their home in Block G, Bandar Sungai Mas, Banting.
Selangor CID chief SAC Mohd Adnan Abdullah said the argument occurred when Razak told his father to put on his clothes.
He said the man, in his 40s, got angry when asked to do so and rushed into his house, returning later with a knife.
The man then stabbed his son before fleeing the scene, SAC Mohd Adnan said.
“However, he was arrested at 11am yesterday at a nearby petrol station, fully-clothed,” he said, adding that Razak’s mother was in the house when the incident happened.
The case is being investigated under Section 302 of the Penal Code for murder. - theStarOnline

Monday, March 28, 2011

Libya 'rape victim' offered hush money

The family of a Libyan woman who claims she was tortured and raped by government security forces says she has been offered cash and even a new house to buy her silence.

Twenty-six-year-old Tobruk lawyer Iman al-Obeidi was filmed being roughed up by government agents after she burst into a hotel where foreign journalists were staying to draw attention to her ill-treatment.

She stormed into Tripoli's Rixos hotel at breakfast time on Sunday and threw open her coat to reveal scars and bruises on her body.

As she screamed "Film me, film me, show the whole world all they did to me" she was dragged off by security guards amid scenes of mayhe as all journalists' attempts to intervene were shoved aside.

She told of being stopped at a Tripoli checkpoint because she was from the rebel stronghold of Benghazi.
A Ministry of Information official, left, trying to grab Iman Al-Obeidi, who said she spent two days in detention after being arrested at a checkpoint in Tripoli, Libya and was sexually assaulted by up to 15 men while in custody

"They tied me up and abused me for two days," she said.

The woman was bundled into a car before she could answer journalists' questions.

Government spokesman Moussa Ibrahim said she was taken to hospital for checks on her mental health.

But on Monday morning, the government appeared to backtrack on that remark, saying she had been released.

"It's a criminal case against four individuals. She is with her family. It's an honour-related case," Ibrahim said.

The woman's family has told ABC they received a 3am phone call from the security forces offering their daughter cash if she would change her story.

The family says Obeidi's sister had also been arrested and is under pressure to get her sister to recant.

Government officials in the capital first said Obeidi was either drunk or mentally ill. Later, another official suggested she was a prostitute. - Source: ABC

Peaceful protest turns ugly in London

There were two demonstrations in London yesterday. The first, and most enduringly important, was that by half a million people against the cuts that are falling disproportionately on vital public services and those who provide them.
The other one was a demonstration of just how easy it is for a few hundred people to steal the occasion with sporadic acts of violence. Last night, it the latter one which was taking the headlines as police and protesters clashed in Trafalgar Square.
Earlier half a million people descended on central London for the biggest protest the nation has seen since demonstrations against the Iraq war eight years ago. They streamed into the capital from across the country to vent their anger at government cuts, their only weapons peaceful chanting and waving placards.
There were 500,000 people and, with their disperate causes, represented 500,000 different reasons to take a stand.
From students facing rises in fees to parents whose Sure Start services are being slashed, the message was the same: "Stop the cuts." The March for the Alternative was organised by trades unions, but its anti-cuts message chimed with a much wider audience. Hundreds of coaches were chartered and public transport full to bursting as people came from across the country. Diane Richards, 62, a nurse from Aberystwyth, was one.

She said: "I was born in the same year as the NHS and I'm doing better than it. Politicians have no concept of the impact of these cuts on small communities, poor communities."
But other protestors - a few hundred at most - brought with them splintering glass, flying paint, smoke, and violence. As night fell, a hardcore of protestors continued skirmishing with police in Trafalgar Square, and a blaze started deliberately in Jermyn Street had to be extinguished by firefighters.
The trouble had begun in the afternoon as breakaway groups targeted London's main shopping streets. At Leicester Square, Piccadilly Circus, Mayfair and Oxford Street anarchists hurled smoke bombs, glass bottles and lightbulbs filled with ammonia. Late into the evening, an apparent attempt by protesters at camping in Trafalgar Square to turn it into a British version of Tahrir Square, the scene of the Egyptian uprising, descended into the day's worst skirmish with police. A party atmosphere with music and dancing turned into clashes with columns of police officers facing protesters throwing coins and bottles.
But it is the violence which was making the headlines. More then 150 people were arrested for public disorder and criminal damage offences following confrontations with police, who had laid on more than 4,500 officers. The police were using markedly different tactics from previous demonstrations, however, keeping in touch with the marchers via Twitter. The kettling that took place was mainly for shorter periods and away from the main protests.
The policing minister, Nick Herbert, said the main TUC rally had been a "testament to the British model of policing" but he condemned the violence in the West End as "completely unacceptable".
Dressed all in black and with balaclavas and scarves covering their faces, groups calling themselves the Black Bloc rampaged across London's centre, smashing in the windows of bank branches, including HSBC, RBS, Lloyds TSB and Santander. The Ritz hotel, BHS, Topshop and a Porsche dealership were also targeted.
London Ambulance Service said 30 people were treated for injuries throughout the day, 11 of whom were taken to hospital, ranging from assault to collapsing with illness. Five police officers were injured. Four were treated for minor injuries and one was taken to hospital.
Source: AP

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