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On February 7, a security guard of amusement park Duinrell found the body of 13-year-old Anass Aouragh in a forest in his hometown of Wassenaar, the Netherlands. The Moroccan boy had been missing since the previous day, after he did not return home from distributing leaflets by bike. His bike was found by police officers on the evening of February 6, which resulted in a national Amber Alert. The alert however was only issued on social media such as Twitter, Facebook and Hyves, and not by a text message to cell phones because it was past 10PM. The next morning the Amber Alert was withdrawn when Dutch media reported that a body was found during the search for the missing boy. One week later, the media stressed that research has proved that Anass “certainly committed suicide”. But not according to his family, friends and overwhelming evidence. Lees hier verder.