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The other two admitted working as prostitutes after being told by the men to run away from their employers.
According to a spokesman of the CPWB, family tracing teams of Lahore handed over 849 children to parents, Faisalabad 513, Gujranwala 833, Multan 491, Rawalpindi 701, Sialkot 378 and Bahawalpur team sent back 164 children to their homes who were run away or missed.
Not this time, not this time This time I ain't gonna run, run, run, run Not this time, not this time Not this time, not this time (time) Sorry I ain't got no money I'm not trying to be funny but I left it all at home today You can call me what you wanna I ain't giving you a dollar this time I ain't gonna run away You might knock me down, you might knock me down, but I will get back up again You can call it how you wanna I ain't giving you a dollar this time I ain't gonna run away, run away, run away This time, this time This time, this time I ain't gonna run, run, run, run, run, run.
The FM thinks the rich will run away if they're taxed in a devolved Scotland with full tax powers.
Al-Tawi said one of the young women, who is 19, had allegedly convinced the others to run away with her.
The report further says that on the one hand, the enrolment ratio has witnessed a surge but on the other hand, the graph of run away children has also swelled.
Summary: Some girls have difficulty adjusting to newfound adult status and run away from home
Golf shop owner Anita said: "There are so many people we could have invited to our wedding that we decided to invite no one and just run away and get married.
She often goes with us to visit some relatives, so why and where on earth did she run away and most importantly how?
Some people who run away from police are walking on the highway
If tough issues aren't tackled and a child does run away from If tough issues aren't tackled and a child does run away from home, Andy warns: "The consequences can be devastating, with children never feeling they can return home, and that they're disengaged from everything.