Author Archives: Kimberly

Friends who cross the road to avoid you because you’ve lost a child: Grieving mother tells of her pain when sympathy ran out as people decided she should ‘move on’

Ten years after the death of her son, Andrew, Christine Lord tells Kathryn Knight of the Daily Mail of the pain she experiences when people expect her grief to end with the passage of time. “I don’t chatter on about Andrew needlessly, but when others talk about their children or parenting, I want to share my […]

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Westminster terror attack: Driver arrested after car mows down cyclists and ploughs into Parliament barrier

London Telegraph reporters Danny Boyle, Helena Horton, Harry Yorke, and Patrick Sawer are providing up-to-the-minute coverage of today’s Westminster terrorist attack. A car mowed down some cyclists, none of whom have life-threatening injuries, and crashed into a security barricade near the spot where another terrorist attack took place 17 months ago. At least three people […]

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L.A.’s rail system will be first in the U.S. to use scanners that detect explosives

Los Angeles County’s rail system will begin using portable body scanners in an effort to detect possible weapons of mass destruction, reports Laura J. Nelson for the LA Times. LA will be the first city in the U.S. to use scanners. The devices, which look like trunks, can be moved to any of the 93 light-rail […]

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