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There are growing calls for a strengthening of laws that cover elder abuse, and a 'zero tolerance' approach for the protection of older Australians. While it's hard to pin down exact numbers on how many older Australians are abused, it's estimated to be at least six per cent of elderly people. Source: abc.net.au
Share markets around the world have started 2012 with gains, but analysts say it is likely to be a bumpy ride for investors over the first half of the year. However, three market watchers in Australia are cautiously confident the Australian market will have a significant rebound this year after falling 15 per cent in 2011.
The United Nations refugee agency says it has information that up to 2,000 terrified men, women and children are trying to make the risky crossing from Syria into Lebanon to escape fighting in their home town. The International Red Cross and Syrian Red Crescent say they've been prevented from entering Baba Amr in the city of Homs to distribute aid.