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1. Five-month old baby boy dies at family daycare in Brisbane.
A coroner will investigate the tragic death of a five-month old baby boy at a family daycare centre in Brisbane yesterday.
Police say there were no suspicious circumstances around the baby’s death but they will investigate the family daycare centre after they were unable to find contact details for the parents of some of the children in care.
Just before 11am paramedics were called after the baby was found unresponsive.
An ambulance spokesman said paramedics attempted CPR at the scene but the infant died.
The Courier Mail reports that while family daycare providers are generally required to have one adult for every four children younger than school age up to six other children were let out of the house after police arrived.
Inspector Steve Flori said police were “not dealing with any suspicions” in relation to the boy’s death yesterday.
However, there were circumstances that “warrants our further investigation”,
“When police were looking through the premises generally to check on its condition, they found some locked doors,” he said. “When those doors have been opened, they’ve actually found children in some of the rooms.”
The baby’s death will be referred to the coroner.
2. Latest from police raids in Paris. Two killed. Five arrested.
Two people have died in a pre-dawn police raid in Paris targeting the alleged mastermind of last Friday’s terror attack.
The raid came days after an orchestrated a wave of coordinated attacks through Paris that killed at least 129 people.
Police swooped on the building in the northern suburb of Sant-Denis after phone conversations indicating a relative of Abdelhami Abaaoud, the suspected mastermind of last Friday’s Paris attacks might be there.