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PHOTOS: Doctors remove an iron fence from a 7-year-old boy’s face and perform amazing reconstructive surgery on him

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It’s really wonderful the problems that can be solved with modern medicine and this has become useful in preserving the life of a 7-year-old boy whose face was mangled by an iron fence.

According to report, the boy fell from a balcony and landed on an iron fence which tore into his face and ripped it apart.

From the photos, you can see that the rod went up through the roof of his mouth, into his nose and stopped just short of his forehead. The iron stayed stuck in his face so that the only way to remove it without harming him further was via surgery. Thankfully, the doctors succeeded in removing the iron from his face but they did not stop there. They went on to reconstruct the sorely damaged face and the outcome is nothing short of a miracle when compared to how it looked after the accident. The boy is expected to make a full recovery.

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Drowning man saved by Olympic swimmer

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A drowning man was saved by an Olympic swimmer “Filipo Magnini”.

A drowning man was rescued by an Olympic swimmer after he got into trouble off a beach in Sardinia.

Italian former world champion Filippo Magnini leapt into the water when he heard cries for help, local media reported.

Andrea Benedetto was floating on an inflatable off the shore of Cala Sinzias when he fell into the water on Sunday.

His husband shouted for help, and nearby lifeguards set off towards them.

But Mr Magini was closer and managed to keep Mr Sinzias’s head above the water until the lifeguards arrived.

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Nigerian Citizen Dies in Custody Due to Hunger

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Source: Reuters – A Nigerian man died in a Japanese immigration detention center this week, an official says, bringing to an end a hunger strike an activist group said was intended to protest against his being held for more than three years.

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It was the 15th death since 2006 in a system widely criticized over medical standards, the monitoring of detainees and how guards respond to a medical emergency.

The man, in his 40s, died on Monday in the southern city of Nagasaki after he lost consciousness and was taken to hospital, said a detention center official who declined to be identified.

He did not give a cause of death.

RINK, a group supporting detainees at the center, told Reuters the Nigerian had been on hunger strike to protest his lengthy detention.

Another 27 foreigners are on hunger strike at a detention center in Ushiku, northeast of Tokyo, said a separate group supporting detainees at that facility.

Some of them have gone without food for 47 days, said Kimiko Tanaka, a spokeswoman for the group.

She said a 23-year-old Iranian man who sought asylum more than two years ago has lost weight and is using a wheelchair.

Two other men at Ushiku have been detained for five years, she said.

“The reality of a lengthy detention is nothing but a human rights violation,” Tanaka said.

An official at the national immigration agency confirmed there are hunger strikers at the Ushiku center, but he did not say how many. Authorities are providing medical care and trying to persuade them to eat, he added.

Immigration is a contentious issue in Japan, where ethnic and cultural homogeneity are deeply rooted.

Japan held about 1,500 detainees as of June 2018, according to the latest public data, nearly half of them for more than six months.

Some 604 were asylum seekers whose applications were rejected, while the rest were held for various immigration infractions such as overstaying visas.


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