child abduction

Shocked volunteers hunting for April Jones claim they are certain an outsider has targeted their community. Hundreds of people
Police and friends have circulated images of missing five-year-old April Jones, to help spread the search for the schoolgirl
A 50-year-old man who changed his name to Michael Jackson has been told that he may never be released from jail after being
The search for April Jones, the five-year-old missing in Machynlleth, Wales, has spread across social networks, with more
April Jones: She was out playing with friends when witnesses saw her getting into a van Dyfed Powys Police said on Tuesday
Jeremy Forrest, the maths teacher who ran away to France with teenager Megan Stammers, was applying for jobs as a barman
When Alison Shalaby's seven-year-old daughter was taken to Egypt by her ex-husband, she found it hard to believe that after
Karen Matthews, the mother who kidnapped her own daughter to claim reward money, plans to start a new family with her lover
The distress when a single child goes missing is enormous for the families involved. Imagine the scale of upset, then, given the suggestion by one charity that more than 130,000 children go missing in the UK each year. The figures quoted by Parents and Abducted Children Together (PACT) are staggering, beyond many people's comprehension.
Many of us take on work or studies in a foreign country, and some of us end up having a family with someone of a different nationality. But if the relationship breaks down, this type of globally mobile lifestyle brings new challenges for the family courts. Where do you file for a divorce? What about custody and visitation? What if the custody battle turns acrimonious?