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Foul play ruled out over death

GARDAI have ruled out foul play in the death of a man in Waterford.

The body of a 24-year-old man, originally from Clifden Court, was found in a house at St Herblain Park yesterday.

After a post-mortem was carried out, it was ruled that there was no foul play.

Separately, gardai are treating the death of 24-year- old woman, whose body was found at nearby Grange Cohen at 8.10am yesterday, as a sudden death.

Octomom in neglect denial

US police say they've investigated allegations of child neglect at the home of the woman known as Octomom, Nadya Suleman, and her 14 children.

California police said the allegations were learned of last month from a caregiver.

Suleman's publicist says the claims are not true and come from a woman who's obsessed with the children.

Abortion for freed sex slave

ARGENTINA'S Supreme Court has ruled that a woman rescued from a prostitution ring must be allowed the abortion she wants.

The 32-year-old is currently in a refuge for freed sex slaves.

Argentina allows legal abortions in rape cases or to protect a woman's health. But politicians, doctors and judges often block them, despite a Supreme Court ruling in March that was supposed to remove barriers to abortion.