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Mother jailed after filming porn film with 14 year-old son

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A Welsh mother has been jailed for five years after filming videos of her having sex with her 14-year-old son.

She then sent the videos to a cousin of hers in Pakistan, alongside indecent images of her three-year-old daughter too.

Merthyr Tydfil Crown Court heard how the 36-year-old, who has not been identified, recorded the “truly shocking” pornographic clips on her mobile phone, including oral sex and other sex acts.

“The videos showed the boy rubbing her breasts and rubbing her vagina,” prosecutor Ian Kolvin told the court Monday.” Under instructions she gave him they are seen having sexual intercourse.”

It’s understood the mother-of-four recorded the videos at the request of a cousin in Pakistan, according to The Express.

The videos were discovered by the woman’s 13-year-old daughter when she borrowed her brother’s phone during a birthday party.

She forwarded the images to her iPad and then on to her father, who no longer lives with their mother.

When police seized the woman’s phone, they also discovered indecent images of her three-year-old daughter.

Lawyers for the woman, who appeared via video link from Eastwood Park prison in Bristol, argued that “cultural differences” had hugely impacted the direction of her client’s life and that this was “completely out of character.”

“She lives in a male-dominated society, she did what she was told,” lawyer Ruth Smith said. “She did not want to cause conflict and did not want to bring shame on her family for fear she would be cut off and ostracized by them… She felt she could not see a way out of the dilemma,” she added.

The court also heard that the woman, who lived in Cardiff, had been “subjected to significant abuse” and that her “suggestibility may have resulted in a vulnerable individual.”

In her son’s victim impact statement, which was read out court, he said he was “very upset and ashamed” of what his mother had done. “I wish it hadn’t happened and I had a happy life,” the statement read. “You shouldn’t have done it.”

The woman, who is currently undergoing tests for Hepatitis C, admitted to six charges of sexual activity with a child and taking and distributing indecent images of a child.

Judge Eleri Rees described her actions as “truly shocking and a gross breach of trust” and something which will greatly impact her children going forward.

“You sent the videos to someone related to you in Pakistan. But you had a choice, you were not under duress, you could have found a way out,” Judge Rees told the woman. “It is hoped you accept any treatment offered to you while in custody in the hope that when you are released you will lead a normal life.”

After originally hearing the offenses in May, the woman’s children were placed into care but the judge ruled Monday that as well being jailed for five years, she will never be allowed live with any child under the age of 16 without supervision. She will also have to sign as a sex offender for the remainder of her life.

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Turkish, US foreign ministers hold bilaterals on NATO summit sidelines

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Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu and his US counterpart Antony Blinken met on the sidelines of NATO summit in Latvian capital Riga on Wednesday Two foreign ministers held bilateral talks at the Atta Center, where the NATO Foreign Ministers summit was underway.

Before the meeting, Cavusoglu said Turkey is in contact with Ukraine and Russia to ease tensions, adding that sanctions on Moscow will not solve the crisis.

Ukrainian and Western officials say Moscow has massed forces on the border with Ukraine, which is battling Russia-backed separatists who control part of its territory to the east, and Kyiv on Wednesday urged NATO to prepare sanctions on Russia.

Cavusoglu and Blinken were expected to discuss latest developments in the region, including Ukraine, Libya and Afghanistan.

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Three Russian aircraft with humanitarian aid arrive in Kabul

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Three Russian aircraft landed in Kabul on Wednesday carrying 36 tonnes of humanitarian aid, Russia’s TASS news agency reported.

All three Russian Ilyushin Il-76 aircraft, involved in delivering humanitarian aid to Afghanistan would also evacuate Russian citizens, as well as citizens of the Collective Security Treaty Organization member states, Russia’s Defense Ministry, said in a statement.

“Some three Ilyushin Il-76 strategic airlifters of the Russian Defense Ministry have delivered humanitarian aid to the Kabul airport and are boarding evacuees for departure from Afghanistan,” the statement read.

A total of over 380 Russians, citizens of the CSTO member states (mainly Kyrgyzstan), and Afghan students from Russian universities will fly out on the departing planes, the ministry said.

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India considers re-opening mission in Afghanistan

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As countries slowly start reopening their embassies in Kabul, India is also reportedly considering the possibility of re-staffing its mission in Afghanistan.

So far, Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Russia, China, Iran, Pakistan, Qatar, Turkey, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan all have a diplomatic presence in the country.

Japan and the EU have also discussed the possibility of returning to Afghanistan.

One senior Indian official told The Hindu on Wednesday that “establishing a presence in Afghanistan has nothing to do with recognition [of the IEA government]. It simply means that you would like to have people on the ground dealing with the new regime, to continue engagement with the people.”

He said the Modi government is not convinced about the need to re-open its mission, but that discussions are continuing on what India’s strategy should be, The Hindu reported.

At present, the Indian Embassy in Kabul, which was evacuated within two days of the IEA talking control, is intact and being guarded by IEA forces.

While calls from within the country to reopen grow, officials told The Hindu that much depends on what India’s other partners and friendly countries choose to do.

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