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Homa Bay pupil accused of raping 11-year-old girl wanted by Police.

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Police in Homa Bay are searching for a Standard Seven pupil who fled after allegedly raping an 11-year-old girl.



The girl’s mother told the chief the attack happened when the family attended the burial of a relative in Suba South subcounty.

The suspect had travelled from the neighbouring Migori county to visit a relative.

The mother said the suspect sneaked into her house, gagged her daughter, then raped her.

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“My daughter said she was sleeping on a couch in the sitting room when the boy came and forced her the bedroom and raped her,” she said.

The girl is a Standard Five pupil at a primary school in Homa Bay Town constituency.

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County police commandant Marius Tum said officers are searching for the boy.

“We’re liaising with the public to help us trace the suspect,” Tum said.

The girl has been hospitalised.

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Turkish Authority Arrest Baghdadi Sister

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After US President Donald Trump confirmed the death of (IS) leader Baghdadi on press conference at the White House.

Turkish officials says, mtirkeu The sister of The sister of former Islamic State(IS) leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has been captured in northern Syria.

The 65-year-old, named as Rasmiya Awad, was detained in a raid near the town of Azaz, officials said.

Turkish officials, cited by several media outlets, said the arrest could yield valuable intelligence about IS.

His death was hailed as a victory for US President Donald Trump, but critics argue that IS remains a security threat in Syria and elsewhere.

One Turkish official told Reuters news agency the arrest of Baghdadi’s older sister may help shed light on “the inner workings” of IS.

Media captionAbu Bakr al-Baghdadi killed himself during a raid by US commandos

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s communications director hailed the arrest as “another example of the success of our counter-terrorism operations”.

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Nigerian authorities freed 450 captives in Kaduna

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Nigeria police has been commended over their role in  rescuing nearly 450 people from a building in the northern city of Kaduna where they were detained and allegedly tortured.

Those held were all men and boys – some were found chained up.

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The detainees, not all Nigerian, said they had been tortured, sexually abused, starved and prevented from leaving – in some cases for several years.

It is not clear how they got there. Some of the children told the police that their relatives had taken them there believing the building to be a Koranic school.

But the police say there is no concrete evidence to suggest that the building was ever a school.

Eight suspects have been arrested.

They were taken to a stadium in Kaduna overnight to be cared for while arrangements are made to find their families.

Nigerian authorities say the nearly 500 freed captives will be given medical and psychological examinations.

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