The International News Team has readied its script for the news story itself. Here’s a sneak-preview from Matt and Lawrence:
A minimum of 12 people have been killed and 30 people injured after a car bomb exploded at the Jalozai refugee camp in Pakistan.
The camp contained people who were fleeing Afghanistan and the fear of the Taliban.
No group has yet to claim responsibility for the incident. However the surrounding area has been under frequent attack from the Taliban and other Militant groups.
The Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard has issued a formal apology to any people that were affected by the “forced adoption of children of single parents policy” between the 1950s and 70s.
Tens of thousands of babies belonging to unmarried, mostly teenage mothers were taken and given to childless couples.
Many women claimed that they were coerced into signing away their children.
Gillard said that mothers were denied knowledge of their rights which meant that they could not give informed consent.