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June 13, 2015 
Six-year-old British boy Ashya King (C) sits with his mother Naghemeh (L) and his sister Sion (R) during... 
Marbella, Spain 
Six-year-old British boy Ashya King sits with his mother Naghemeh and his sister Sion during a party... 
Six-year-old British boy Ashya King (C) sits with his mother Naghemeh (L) and his sister Sion (R) during a party for children with cancer to celebrate his brain tumor being in remission nine months after being operated on and treated with proton beam therapy, at High Care (HC) International Marbella Hospital in Marbella, southern Spain, June 13, 2015. King had his first treatment on September 15 after his parents, Naghemeh and Brett King, attracted international attention by removing him from hospital in Britain against medical advice. The couple left Britain with their son at the end of August, saying they wanted to take him to a clinic in Prague as proton beam therapy is not currently available in Britain. King's parents were detained in Spain after an international manhunt that drew condemnation from the British media, separated from their sick son and then released days later by a Spanish judge. REUTERS/Jon Nazca 
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