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All India | Edited by Aditya Sharma (with inputs from Agencies) | Updated: July 27, 2018 07:12 IST The cabin crew found the foetus during a routine check of the lavatories and alerted the authorities. A 19-year-old taekwondo player from Guwahati, who had admitted losing the foetus recovered from a lavatory of an AirAsia plane, on Thursday claimed that she wasn’t aware of her pregnancy. Backing her claim, her brother-in-law said that neither did her family know she was pregnant. AirAsia, in a statement, said that the foetus was found lifeless and abandoned in one of the lavatories, wrapped in toilet paper when the aircraft was being prepared for landing. “The police were alerted and a doctor from the medical team at the Delhi International Airport confirmed that the baby had been delivered onboard,” the airline said, as quoted by IANS. A case was registered after the plane landed in New Delhi from Guwahati on Wednesday, a senior police officer said, according to news agency Press Trust of India. The woman was on her way to South Korea for a tournament along with her coach. After she admitted that she had lost the foetus, she was sent for medical examination. However, she refused to undergo the tests. So far, a case has not been registered against the player, police said.
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Above all, the regime hopes to attract tourist dollars with the queasy spectacle, giving it pride of place on the welcome screen of the official tour website Choson Tour. According to Radio Free Asia on Wednesday, Chinese travel agency Koryo Tours offers no fewer than 11 tour packages that include mass calisthenics performances between Sept. 9 and 30. The cheapest tickets to the show are 80 euros. South Korean reporters already spotted Pyongyang residents practicing their moves when they were there early this month to cover inter-Korean basketball friendlies. They saw large crowds waving stick balloons about every day in Kim Il-sung Square. The current incarnation of the mass games, titled “Arirang” after the unofficial Korean anthem, was launched in April 2002 to mark the 90th birthday of regime founder Kim Il-sung. It was performed every year until 2013, except after devastating floods in 2006. Over 100,000 unfortunate citizens were mobilized in a show of robotic unity. In a report by the UN Committee for Human Rights in North Korea in 2014, North Korean defectors testified that many children passed out during practice from heat and exhaustion, and at least one boy died because his appendicitis interfered with the display of fanatical loyalty to the regime. According to some, new leader Kim Jong-un halted the mass games in 2014 to boost his popularity and project a softer image.
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