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A woman, left, stands as she sings with members of the Paz e Vida christian church as other drug users
gather in a "cracolandia," or crack land in a northern slum of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Thursday. Members of
the non-governmental agency Anjos da Liberdade and of the Paz e Vida christian church visited one of the
most populated crack lands in Rio where they sang, distributed food, soda and chocolate to the drug users
living there. The main goal of the visit is to convince users to become drugfree, re-enter society and
become productive workers. AP PHOTO
BEIJING---A Chinese man unhappy
with the results of an operation on
his nose stabbed a doctor to death
and wounded two others yesterday,
state media reported, in at least the
third such attack in a week in which
China promised to improve hospital
The 33-year-old man, surnamed
Lian, carried out the attack at a hos-
pital in Wenling city in the wealthy
eastern province of Zhejiang, Xinhua
news agency reported.
Lian had gone to the ear, nose and
throat department looking for the doc-
tor who treated him, but he was not
there. He pulled out a knife and
stabbed the head of the department
instead, Xinhua said.
Lian also stabbed two other doctors
before he was restrained by security
guards, it added, without providing
Earlier in the week, a man killed
himself by jumping from a hospital
building after stabbing a doctor six
times in northeastern Liaoning
province after a disagreement over
complications from surgery on his arm.
Two doctors were also beaten up by
angry family members of a patient
who died in hospital in southern
China s Guangdong province.
China hospitals are frequently over-
whelmed with patients, and doctors
are badly paid leading to corruption
and a suspicion that staff are more
interested in making money by pre-
scribing unnecessary drugs and treat-
ment than tending the sick.
The government this year has
launched a sweeping crackdown on
medical corruption, targeting foreign
drug makers in particular.
Many other Chinese are simply
unable to afford health care at all,
despite government efforts to provide
a basic safety net, which has also
prompted attacks in the past.
Doctor stabbed to
death after bad surgery
SOFIA---DNA tests confirmed yes-
terday a Bulgarian Roma couple as
the biological parents of Maria, a mys-
tery blonde girl whose discovery in a
Greek Roma camp last week made
"DNA samples showed that Sasha
Ruseva is the biological mother and
Atanas Rusev is the biological father of
the child called Maria," Bulgaria s inte-
rior ministry chief of staff Svetlozar
Lazarov told reporters.
The girl, aged somewhere between
four and six, was found living with a
Greek Roma couple in a camp near the
town of Farsala.
DNA tests showed that the 39-year-
old man and 40-year-old woman tak-
ing care of her were not her real par-
The couple were accused of abduct-
ing the girl, amid an international effort
to find here real parents that gave hopes
to hundreds of missing children parents
across the world.
The two denied the accusations, say-
ing that the little girl was voluntarily
handed over to them by her Bulgarian
Roma mother who could not care for
Following reports in the Greek media
pointing to the identity of the mother,
Bulgarian police tracked down on
Thursday a Bulgarian Roma couple from
the central town of Nikolaevo, and
questioned them on the Maria case.
The woman, Sasha Ruseva, 35, told
police that she had given birth to a
baby girl while working in Greece several
years ago and left her there when she
was seven months old, the interior min-
Ruseva has said she was not com-
pletely certain that Maria was her child
but that she resembled some of her
other nine children---also blonde, fair-
skinned and light-eyed.
The woman said she was ready to
take Maria back if DNA tests confirmed
that she was her real mother. (AFP)
Test proves Bulgarian woman
mother of mystery girl
The Hague---Kenyan Vice President
William Ruto must attend his crimes
against humanity trial before the
International Criminal Court and can
only be excused under "exceptional
circumstances," the ICC ruled yester-
"The appeals chamber deems it
appropriate to reverse" an earlier ruling
excusing Ruto from most of his trial
before the Hague court, said Judge
Nevertheless, appeals judges agreed
that "in exceptional circumstances the
chamber may excuse an accused from
continuous presence at trial," Song said.
Ruto said earlier this month that he
wanted his trial to be suspended or for
him to be excused so that he could deal
with the fallout from last month s mil-
itant attack on Nairobi s Westgate shop-
ping mall which left at least 67 people
The ICC put Ruto s trial on hold for
a week after the attack so that he could
return to Kenya and deal with the secu-
Ruto went on trial last month, the
highest-ranking serving official to do
so before the ICC, on charges of mas-
terminding some of the 2007-8 post-
election violence in Kenya that left over
1,000 people dead and several hundred
Kenya President Uhuru Kenyatta s
trial on similar charges is due to start
next month, although he has been par-
tially excused from attending all of his
trial to allow him to fulfil his "demand-
ing" political duties at home. (AFP)
Court: Kenya's Ruto
must attend ICC trial
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