Suicide Pact

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An agreement to complete suicide by two or more individuals
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The spate of internet-linked group suicides have led to calls for the government to close suicide message boards down, but experts say the problem lies more with a lack of suicide prevention efforts, not with people discussing death.
There has been a spate of group suicides by people who became acquainted over the Internet.
SEVEN bodies have been found in two cars in northern Japan, in what police suspected last night were the country's latest group suicides.
Yesteday's suicide of four young men and three women in the van would be the largest group suicide yet, the National Police Agency said.
by Bashir Ahmad Ndem on 14 May, 2014 - 21:27 KANDAHAR CITY (Pajhwok): Insurgents launched a group suicide attack on a border police base in the Spin Boldak border town in southern Kandahar province on Wednesday night, triggering a fierce clash still ongoing, an official said.
They played with finesse and fizz to expose the fallibility of a Leicester side that appeared to have entered into a group suicide pact.
Japanese police found two women dead and one man in a critical condition inside a car in an apparent group suicide attempt.
It is thought to be Japan's biggest group suicide and has sparked fears of copycat internet deaths.
The Liaison Office's warning also coincided with Tuesday's official Chinese media reports of a comprehensive account on an attempted group suicide in Beijing last week, in which five Falun Gong followers set themselves alight in Tiananmen Square, resulting in one dead.
The Taliban conducted group suicide attacks on an International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) base in the Delhi Band area of Shah Wali Kot district at about 3.
Government officials in the Canary Islands said earlier the 19 had been detained it a farm owned by the suspected leader of the group, a German psychologist, while planning their second group suicide attempt in a week.
Muhammad Zahir, the 101 Thunder Military Corps commander in Kabul, rejected reports that it was a group suicide attack.