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    David Moyes statement after Man United firing

    David Moyes statement after Man United firing

    MANCHESTER, England (AP) — Statement released by David Moyes on Wednesday, a day after being fired as manager of Manchester United after less than a season in charge. …

  • Judge to mull Chelsea Manning name change request

    Judge to mull Chelsea Manning name change request

    Judge to mull Chelsea Manning name change request

    LEAVENWORTH, Kan. (AP) — A Kansas judge will on Wednesday consider Army Pfc. Chelsea Manning's petition to legally change her name from Bradley, as she serves a 35-year sentence for passing classified U.S. government information to the anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks. …

  • Scholes returns to help Man United interim manager Giggs

    Scholes returns to help Man United interim manager Giggs

    Scholes returns to help Man United interim manager Giggs

    Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes returned to the club's training ground on Wednesday to help caretaker manager Ryan Giggs prepare for this weekend's Premier League match at home to Norwich City. Giggs, with whom Scholes shared many title triumphs, was put in charge of the first team for the final four games of the season following the sacking of David Moyes on Tuesday. As well as Scholes, Giggs was also joined by Nicky Butt and Phil Neville, who was assistant coach under …

  • Giggs to be assisted by former teammates

    Giggs to be assisted by former teammates

    Giggs to be assisted by former teammates

    MANCHESTER, England (AP) — Ryan Giggs will be assisted by former teammates Paul Scholes, Nicky Butt and Phil Neville during his spell as interim manager of Manchester United following the dismissal of David Moyes. …

  • Title race will go to the wire - Pellegrini

    Title race will go to the wire - Pellegrini

    Title race will go to the wire - Pellegrini

    The Manchester City boss still believes his side can win the Premier League and does not feel Liverpool's clash with Chelsea will prove decisive …

  • FIFA suspends Barcelona transfer ban during appeal

    FIFA suspends Barcelona transfer ban during appeal

    FIFA suspends Barcelona transfer ban during appeal

    ZURICH (AP) — Barcelona was cleared Wednesday to sign new players during the offseason after FIFA froze the Spanish soccer club's one-year transfer embargo pending an appeal. …

JAKARTA, 26 Feb (Bernama) -- "Kalau alat kelamin tak ada, lebih baik mati

saja," begitu kata seorang ibu berusia 38 tahun dalam keterangan kepada polis

ketika mengaku membunuh anak lelakinya berusia tujuh tahun kerana malu dengan

jiran-jiran di Jatinegara, Cakung, Jakarta Timur pada Selasa.

Dalam kejadian di rumahnya itu pada tengah hari ini, wanita itu dilaporkan

telah membenam kepala kanak-kanak itu ke dalam baldi berisi air sehingga tidak

bernyawa.

Ibu itu juga mengikat tangan dan kaki anaknya agar dia tidak meronta.

Dia telah menyerah diri di balai polis dan mengaku melakukan pembunuhan itu.

Seorang jurucakap polis dipetik oleh portal berita kompas.com sebagai

berkata bahawa kanak-kanak lelaki itu telah melalui proses berkhatan di kampung

halaman di Grobogan, Jawa Tengah, pada Disember lalu.

Setelah pulang ke Jakarta, wanita itu yang mendapati alat kelamin anaknya

mengecil telah membawa anaknya ke sebuah pusat berkhatan di Bekasi, Jawa Barat.

Usaha itu tidak memberi hasil sebagaimana yang diharapkan sehingga

menyebabkan dia berasa malu dengan jiran-jiran dengan keadaan zakar anaknya itu,

kata jurucakap itu.

Selain motif perasaan malu, polis akan juga menyiasat motif lain dalam

pembunuhan itu kerana jiran-jiran wanita itu tidak mengetahui masalah yang

dialami kanak-kanak lelaki itu selepas dia berkhatan.

-- BERNAMA

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