‘Daily Mail’ reports of a case of child abduction in which the Australian courts ruled. Four sisters, aged between nine and 15, were ordered by a judge in Australia to be returned to their father in Italy, despite the children’s wishes to stay with their mother. The girls’ mother had taken them to Australia from Italy for a holiday two years ago – and then kept them in the country. An international fight ensued between the parents, resulting in an Australian judge ruling the sisters must be returned to their father.
Four girls are dragged on to aeroplane in Australia after judge rules they must return to father in Italy
04 Oct 2012