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Tumour boy's parents blocked from seeing son: father

Tumour boy's parents blocked from seeing son: father

3 September 2014 | 16:40 | FOCUS News Agency
Malaga. The father of British brain tumour patient Ashya King said Wednesday he was being prevented from visiting the five-year-old in hospital, despite the lifting of an extradition order against him and his wife, AFP reported.
"They won't let me see my child because I don't have custody of my child," Brett King told reporters upon arriving at a children's hospital in the southern resort of Malaga.
"They said now he is a ward of court," said King, who was detained on Saturday with his wife for having taken Ashya out of a British hospital, before being released late Tuesday.
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'Kidnapped' boy with brain tumour could be in Spain: police

'Kidnapped' boy with brain tumour could be in Spain: police

30 August 2014 | 12:03 | FOCUS News Agency
London. A five-year-old British boy with a brain tumour who was taken from hospital by his parents without doctors' consent could now be in Spain, British police said on Saturday, AFP reported.
The police said they had "positive information" to suggest that Ashya King and his family could be in Spain where they have "strong links" to the Marbella area.
King's parents, who are Jehovah's Witnesses, drove him away from Southampton hospital in southern England on Thursday and were seen boarding a ferry to Cherbourg in France.
British and French police have been searching for the boy and a French prosecutor said the youngster had effectively been "kidnapped".
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