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World
    2016-06-22  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    1. Police search home after 12 girls rescued

    U.S. authorities have been searching the home of a Pennsylvania man accused of sexually assaulting* a teenager whose parents police say gave her to him when she was 14 because he helped them financially. She was one of a dozen girls living in the residence.

    Officials in Bucks County acting on a tip on Thursday found 51-year-old Lee Kaplan at his Feasterville home, along with 12 girls ranging in age from 6 months to 18 years.

    One girl, now 18, told police that she and Kaplan have a 3-year-old and a 6-month-old. Kaplan faces charges including statutory* sexual assault, unlawful contact with a minor, and aggravated indecent assault.

    2. 6 killed in Mexico during teachers’ protest

    Six people were killed and 53 injured in Mexico on Sunday when clashes broke out between members of a teachers’ trade union and police at a protest that police say had been infiltrated* by armed individuals who shot at officers and threw petrol bombs.

    The violence erupted as anti-riot police moved in to dislodge protesters blocking a highway in the southern state of Oaxaca. Television footage showed chaotic scenes of men running from police as gun fire rang out.

    It was the worst incident in a spate of protests over the past several months against education reforms that the government pushed through three years ago.

    3. Protesters rally against US military

    Thousands of demonstrators* rallied on the Japanese island of Okinawa on Sunday against the heavy U.S. military presence and violent crimes by American personnel* that have angered residents for decades.

    Protesters, which organizers expected to number more than 50,000, gathered in the prefectural* capital Naha, infuriated* with the United States after a former Marine employed as a civilian base worker allegedly raped and murdered a young local woman in April.

    4. French police arrest 36 amid Lille disorder

    At least 36 people were arrested and 16 taken to hospital on June 22 after French police clashed with England soccer fans in the northern city of Lille, the regional police force said in a statement.

    French riot police charged groups of rowdy*, chanting* English soccer fans and used tear gas and pepper spray to disperse* them on the night of June 22 on the eve of England’s Euro 2016 game against Wales.

    Authorities had flooded the city’s streets with police earlier in the day and imposed strict alcohol bans to try to avoid a repeat of the violence that marred the England-Russia match in Marseille on Saturday.

    5. Tokyo governor resigns over scandal

    Tokyo’s governor submitted his resignation on June 22, an official said, after being criticized over lavish* personal spending and faced with a no-confidence vote in the local assembly.

    Yoichi Masuzoe, 67, informed the speaker of the Tokyo legislature of his intention to quit, a spokesman for the Tokyo metropolitan government said, ahead of a scheduled no-confidence motion vote by lawmakers later in the day. “We’ve been told by the governor that the resignation is dated June 21,” he said.

    6. Mateen’s wife could face criminal charges

    The second wife of Pulse nightclub shooter Omar Mateen could face criminal charges following the release of new information that she was aware of the gunman’s plans before his attack and said she tried to stop him from carrying out his deadly mission.

    Details emerged on June 21 after Noor Zahi Salman, who has a 3-year-old son with Mateen, was taken in for questioning by the FBI.

    Salman, who was listed as Mateen’s spouse on St. Lucie County mortgage papers in 2013, was given a polygraph*, CBS News reported. (SD-Agencies)

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