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DOCS: I Married The Waiter - Love In The Sun

SUBSCRIBE to the Barcroft network: ‘I Married The Waiter: Love In The Sun’ tells the stories of British women of all ages and backgrounds, who went on a holiday in the sun, only to fall in love with a foreign man. The film features a range of genuine love stories of varying emotions and with different, sometimes surprising, outcomes. Anne, Dawn and Jean fell in love, at different times, with Greek men who all lived on the island of Symi. Maddison, Fleur and Ruth all fell in love with Turkish men. Dorothy, at the age of 77, married a 21-year-old Tunisian boy. Some of these marriages endure to this day. Others, for various reasons, didn’t last the course, but none of the women have any regrets. CREDIT: ITV Global Barcroft TV: Barcroft Cars: Bear Grylls Adventure: For more of the amazing side of life: For the full story, visit BARCROFT.TV: Like BARCROFT TV on Facebook: Follow @Barcroft_TV on Twitter: Check out more videos:


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Documentary: Nordic Service Design

The SDN Nordic Chapters SDN Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden joined forces to develop a documentary that illustrates the value of service design. 'Nordic Service Design' showcases the most unique and forward thinking work by Nordic service design practitioners and leaders. The film was screened in the form of a roadshow across the Nordic countries in January 2018. Produced by the Nordic SDN Chapters together with the Service Design Network and LuckyDay.


English/Nat The 13 year old British girl whose marriage in Turkey created a sensation has finally complied with a U.K. court order and returned to her homeland. But she left Turkey vowing she will come back. Sarah Cook, accompanied by her mother, boarded a flight from Istanbul to London Tuesday leaving behind her 18-year old "husband" languishing in jail, awaiting trial on charges of statutory rape. Sarah Cook boarded a flight with her mother in Istanbul on Tuesday headed for London. The 13-year-old school girl from southeastern England wed 18-year-old Musa Komeagac in a religious ceremony in the southern Turkish city of Kahramanmaras last month. The marriage was not legally recognised. Komeagac faces statutory rape charges in Turkey while an English court has made her a ward of court. Even so, Sarah Cook said she is determined to return to Turkey by February 15th when Komeagac appears in court. If Komeagac is convicted he could face seven and a half years in jail. His father, Ali Komeagac, faces charges of abetting an illegal marriage and faces four years in prison if found guilty. Rumours have also spread that Sarah Cook is pregnant - reportedly confirmed by Komeagac's father. Sarah Cook denies this. SOUNDBITE: Yes they are OK, I like them. Q: Is it your decision or somebody forced you to go to England? A: Somebody is forcing me to go. Q: Who? A: The English Government. Q: You don't like to go? A: I don't want to go but I have to go. Because if I don't go my mum and dad are going to be put in prison. Q: Why do you have to? A: Because if I don't my mum and dad are going to be put in prison. And when my visa runs out I have to go back to England and they will put me in a mad house. Q: We have heard that you are pregnant. Is that true? A: Do I look like I am pregnant. Q: When did you see last time Musa? A: Yesterday. Yesterday I saw him. Q: What is the talking between you and him? A: He loved me, he'd never forget me and things like that. Q: Will you try to come back? A: Yes, I'm coming back soon, yes I'll come back soon. Q: If you go to England what kind of Sarah will we see, the same? A: Yes the same Sarah, the same Sarah. Q: Will you be staying as a Muslim? A: Yes, I'll be certain about that. I've got my Namazlik (prayer map) in my luggage, I've got my Tespihs (worry beads) and I know how to do Namaz and I'm going to carry on doing it five times a day. Q: Do you have any message to the Turkish people? They like you very, very, very much. A: Well, I say thank you to Turkish people for helping Musa and I would like them to carry on helping him because Musa needs as much help as he can get. And I love Musa and I'll never forget him and there is one man in my life - Musa Komeagac. SUPER CAPTION: Sarah Cook It is now in the hands of the courts in both countries to decide whether the couple will be reunited. Even if Komeagac is not convicted, the British courts could withhold Sarah's passport, stopping her from travelling abroad. You can license this story through AP Archive: Find out more about AP Archive:

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