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Coroner issues ruling on why "Love Island" host killed herself

CBS News Friday, 7 August 2020
Caroline Flack was found dead at her London apartment weeks before she was due to stand trial for allegedly assaulting her boyfriend.
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News video: British TV Host Took Own Life Upon Learning She'd Face Domestic Violence Charges

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A British TV presenter took her own life after learning she was to be prosecuted for allegedly assaulting her boyfriend. According to CNN, friends of Caroline Flack say she had believed the case would be dropped. Coroner Mary Hassell said on Thursday that the way the case "played out in the...

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Caroline Flack inquest rules presenter intended to take own life [Video]

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A coroner has ruled that television presenter Caroline Flack killed herself athome after discovering she was definitely going to be prosecuted for allegedlyassaulting her boyfriend. The Love Island presenter was found dead at herLondon home in February. The previous day, she had found out she would beprosecuted for allegedly assaulting her boyfriend.

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Television presenter Caroline Flack was “seriously let down by theauthorities” and was “hounded” by the press over her forthcoming trial in theweeks before she killed herself, her inquest heard. The 40-year-old, wellknown for hosting Love Island and The X Factor, was found hanged at her homein Stoke Newington, north-east London, on February 15 2020.

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A Baloch political activist has told the United Nations that Balochistan is suffering a severe humanitarian crisis, having been in the throes of a ruthless genocidal conflict for the past two decades. While making an intervention during the 45th Session of UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, Qambar Malik Baloch said, "The Pakistani army's sponsored death squads are roaming with impunity. A large number of Baloch youth has been the victim of forcible disappearances and extrajudicial killings. Thousands of them have fled to different countries in recent years". A senior member of London-Based Baloch Human Rights Council, Qambar said, "The military establishment of Pakistan and its clandestine agencies are kidnapping, torturing, and murdering activists and human rights defenders to counter the Baloch people's demand to exercise their right to self-determination. The recent killing of a student Hayat Baloch in Turbat testifies to that. He was brutally murdered by the Frontier Corps while his parents were forced to watch his unfortunate fate." He added, considering the gravity of the situation, we request this council to put a resolution in the Council to send a fact-finding mission to Balochistan to investigate the gross violations of human rights and subsequently, make the state military officials accountable for their crimes against humanity in Balochistan."

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