12 migrants found alive in refrigerated truck in Belgium
Twelve migrants have been found alive in a refrigerated truck in northern Belgium. The men, who were originally from Syria and Sudan, were discovered by police in a motorway parking area outside Antwerp.Officers went to the scene after the driver of the vehicle, which was carrying fruit and vegetables, alerted authorities.The group has now been taken to an immigration office in the city.It comes a week after 39 migrants were found dead in the back of a lorry in Essex.
A police investigation is under way after a 14-month-old baby was seriously injured at a house in Edinburgh at the weekend. The boy was taken to the Royal Hospital for Sick Children after officers were called to an address in the Limefield area of the city on Saturday afternoon. It is understood he is
Kent police have appealed for residents in Gravesend to remain calm as officers continue their investigation after a baby boy was taken to hospital . The child is in a serious but stable condition after being admitted on Thursday. Two people have been arrested and released on bail.
A baby has been taken to hospital following an incident at a house in Co Antrim.
Police and forensic officers are currently at the scene in the Rockfield Gardens area of Mosside,
A PSNI spokesperson said: "Police are currently investigating an incident in the Mosside area of Ballymoney.
"There are no further details at this stage."
Causeway Councillor John McAuley said forensics are at the family's home and that a criminal investigation appears to have been launched.
He added: "A baby has been seriously injured so obviously our thoughts are first and foremost with them and connected family members.
Vietnam arrests two people, questioning others over UK truck deaths - statement
Vietnam arrests two people, questioning others over UK truck deaths - statementAfter 10 Vietnamese families reported their relatives missing, fearing they were among the 39 victims, Ha Tinh regional police launched a criminal investigation into suspected human trafficking, the statement posted on their website said.
Police said the boy was admitted to hospital in Dartford on Thursday and later moved to a hospital in London. A police spokeswoman said the baby , believed to be one month old, had shown signs of improvement on Saturday. The spokeswoman said it was "an ongoing investigation ".
The male was transported to the Guelph General Hospital by ambulance. The Guelph Police Service has subsequently contacted the S.I.U. and they have invoked their The Guelph Police Service will not be providing any further information into this matter as it is now under investigation by the S.I.U.
"We hope the injured baby makes a speedy recovery.
"I am not sure who is involved but if anybody has any information I would certainly ask them to pass it on to the police.
"It is in the hands of detectives and it would appear to be a criminal investigation. Forensics are there. At this stage the PSNI are not willing to release any information."
Councillor Joan Baird said she is thinking of the family tonight.
"A five-week-old child is ill and has been taken to the
"I know the family concerned because I helped them a couple of years ago. They have been living in Mosside for some time and I just want to say my heart goes out to them this evening and I send them all my love.
"They have other children and I just want to say that I am thinking about them this evening and my thoughts and prayers are with them tonight."
Man Arrested On Suspicion Of Murdering 10 Month-Old Baby Girl In Farnworth
A 22-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after the death of a 10-month-old baby girl in Farnworth, near Bolton. Paramedics were called to a property on Crompton Street shortly after 5.30pm on Friday after receiving reports the girl was unresponsive. She was taken to hospital but died a short time later. Detective Chief Inspector Stuart Wilkinson, of Greater Manchester Police’s Major Incident Team, said: “First and foremost I want to extend my sincere condolences to the family of this little girl, who are being supported at this incredibly difficult time by specially trained officers.
Police are facing a 'horror show' investigation after a deceased seven-month-old baby with bruises was taken to hospital by his mother on Saturday. Dameen Mohammed was taken to NYU Lutheran Medical Center in Brooklyn shortly before 7am on Saturday morning by his 25-year-old mother, Anwar
Police have launched an investigation after a four-month-old baby girl was admitted to an Auckland hospital with significant injuries. Last month medical
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Two killed in separate crashes in Co Antrim .
It happened at around 8am