The latest in the global epidemic of child burglarism.
A woman in New York, accused of using a knife to rob a bank and stealing money, was sentenced to two years in jail.
In India, a 16-year-old boy, who was allegedly found carrying an AK-47, was gunned down by a police officer.
The incident has shocked the nation and left many feeling betrayed.
India has long been a hub for smuggling drugs and is the second largest producer of opium in the world behind China.
However, the drug trade is now being seen as an issue of national security.
“I don’t think I can get my kids to play with toys if I know that I can’t do it in India,” says an 11-year old boy, Kishan, who uses only one name.
“I can’t go to school and my friends are scared.”‘
The police and the people here are doing everything they can’The girl in New Delhi, who only gave her first name, Rishi, was initially detained by police and released after a few days, but later was released after two months.
She was found with the knife, which was later recovered.
On the day the attack took place, the girl had just arrived home from school and had just been to a nearby shop to buy some clothes for her boyfriend.
After she returned home, Rishika was questioned by police.
She was told that she had stolen the money from the bank.
But she denied having done so.
Rishika, who has not been seen since, told the police that she was in the city for a trip.
Police suspect Rishikas father was involved in the attack.
Rishikar has been in and out of the country for nearly two months, and her father is in jail awaiting trial for kidnapping.
‘We’re in a state of shock’The boy was in a hotel in Delhi when the incident happened.
He had just returned home after attending a football match with friends.
When he woke up the next morning, he found his phone was gone and the girl’s knife had been found.
While he was still stunned by the story, he says he felt betrayed by the police and that the people in his town are doing nothing to protect him.
“I’ve never thought about going back home.
I never thought that people here would take me away for that.
I don’t know what to do,” he said.
Many people in India’s biggest city are still living in shock.
Mukesh, a 35-year resident, is an IT professional.
He says he has never seen anything like it.
“This has been going on for a long time and it’s still happening.
There are a lot of young people here.
The police are doing their best but I think there’s still a lot more to do.”
We are living in a bubble here and the media has taken it too far.
It’s a very tough city for any young person,” he added.
Authorities are looking into whether or not the knife was bought in the US or smuggled from India.
Officials in New England are urging people to be vigilant, but say there are steps being taken to ensure safety.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been meeting police officers in his state and other parts of the world and has promised to crack down on those who smuggle drugs into India.’
It’s an epidemic that has to be solved’India has been hit hard by the drug crisis, which has seen more than 1,000 people die from the drug.
More than 40,000 have been arrested and nearly 5,000 remain in custody.