Online dating fraudster jailed

Zac Langley, formerly known as Andrew Penfold, 38 and of Poole, pleaded guilty at Bournemouth Crown Court on Friday 23 September 2016 to 15 counts of committing fraud by false representation and breaches of his Serious Crime Prevention Order. He was sentenced today, Monday 14 November 2016, at the same court, for his actions which involved online dating websites.

New philanthropy will support universal education for neediest children and youth worldwide

Students and scholars in Syria and many other parts of the world have been abruptly cut off from educa-tional opportunities by war, persecution, and violence engulfing their homes. More than 57 million children worldwide do not have access to school, and current conflicts and refugee crises hitting school and university-aged youth particularly hard.