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Man jailed for abusing boys in Czech Republic

A man from West Yorkshire has been jailed for ten years after he pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting young boys and sharing images of the abuse on the internet. Dusan Juran, who's 25, and from Bradford Road, Shipley, was sentenced at Bradford Crown Court after admitting four charges.

Dusan Juran: jailed for 10 years

Juran was arrested when officers from West Yorkshire Police’s Abusive Images Unit carried out a search warrant of his home in November last year, after receiving information about the online distribution of indecent images and movies.

Following an investigation, Juran, a Czech national, admitted that he had abused a 10-year-old child while on holiday in the Czech Republic.

Evidence of this was found on the computer along with naked photographs of another young boy, who was believed to be about six years old.

Speaking after sentence, Detective Constable John Higgins, of West Yorkshire Police’s Abusive Images Unit, said:

"The term of imprisonment passed down today reflects the severity of these offences. The victims were young boys who do not live in the UK. This case demonstrates that West Yorkshire Police will robustly investigate any offences committed against vulnerable children in our society, not just in the UK, but anywhere in the world."

Peter Chan: Our daughter was a loving, friendly girl

The family of Jasmyn Chan have described their devastation after their daughter's death last May.

Today, a man was jailed for seven and a half years for causing her death by dangerous driving. The court heard he had taken cocaine and did not have a driving licence or insurance.

Peter Chan spoke outside court after the sentencing:


School children mark Holocaust anniversary

Seventy years since the liberation of Auschwitz concentration camp in Nazi-occupied Poland, pupils from a Jewish school in Leeds have been learning about the Holocaust.

A special assembly was held at Brodetsky Primary School to remember the 11 million victims murdered during world war two.

More than half of those killed were Jewish, and candles were lit today in tribute.

Head teacher Jeremy Dunford and pupil Dorneka Ward, 11, told ITV Calendar that events like today's would ensure the Holocaust would not be forgotten by future generations:

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