News The girl, thought to be 14 or 15, was found on 11 October

Authorities are liaising with Australian police over 14 or 15-year-old girl, who initially was believed to be of European origin

'Son of God' killer sent to Broadmoor

A PARANOID schizophrenic who believed he was the Son of God was locked up indefinitely yesterday for stabbing his social worker more than 127 times with two kitchen knives.

`Frenzied attack' on social worker

A DEDICATED social worker was stabbed more than 100 times by a schizophrenic who did not want to be returned to a mental hospital, the Old Bailey heard yesterday.

Liberation of Kosovo: The student hostel that became a torturers' den

THERE WERE children playing in the sun at Cacak Street yesterday, something they had not done for a long time. Their families stood in huddles at the corner, another sign of normal life returning to Pristina. But the grey building to which they were pointing was a dark, forbidding reminder of the cruelty and barbarity which Kosovo had sunk into.

`I was 16 when I had my first baby but my life felt over'

KERRY NICHOLS, 21, from Southwark in south east London, one of the top five areas for under-18 conception, had her first child, Lauren, at 16.

Leading Article: Frank words needed to stem the tide of teenage pregnancies

SHOULD TEENAGERS be discouraged from having sex altogether, or should they be told how to avoid getting pregnant? That is what the producers of daytime television shows call a "talking-point"; it allows people to express themselves with much opinion and little thought. But it is interesting that this subject was also discussed by a meeting of ministers as they prepared today's report from the Prime Minister's Social Exclusion Unit.

Plan for parents to receive sex lessons in school for parents in pounds 7m education plans education lessons for parents planned

PARENTS ARE to be urged to abandon "traditional British embarrassment" about sex in a government campaign to reduce the record level of teenage pregnancies.

Ex-nun helped to rape girl aged 10

A ROMAN Catholic order of nuns issued an apology yesterday after a former member was convicted of raping a girl.

Women become `the hidden face of homelessness'

NEARLY TWO THIRDS of Britain's homeless women are living on the streets because they have been the victims of domestic violence.

Travel: When mash is the food of love, eat up

When Husain Husaini met his wife-to-be in India, she was suffering from a craving for mashed potato - and he from an incurable passion

Real Living: And the baby gets six months

When prison separates mother and child, nobody wins. The dilemma is how to punish one and not the other, says Hester Lacey

Labour plans to put teen mothers in hostels

TEENAGE MOTHERS face being housed in specialist hostels, equipped with creches and job-training facilities, under plans being considered by Downing Street.

Au revoir children, I'm off

Qualified language teachers are leaving the profession to take up highly paid jobs in City firms, where they feel their hard-won talents will be appreciated. Carol Toms explains why they're going

London `hogs money for homeless'

AGENCIES HELPING the hom-eless outside London say they are becoming increasingly frustrated at the "disproportionate" allocation of funds to the capital.

DNA test rules out Caroline suspect

THE HUNT for the killer of Caroline Dickinson, the schoolgirl who was murdered in France more than two years ago, has suffered yet another setback after a DNA test cleared a suspect yesterday.

Letter: Is there no better way?

THANK YOU for once again giving space in your newspaper to homelessness ("Homeless get hi-tech shelters", 29 November).
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