02 General News 1st. Jessica Rinaldi / The Boston Globe After two years of not paying the rent the Grant’s landlord had given them 30 days to pack their things and leave. On the night of the eviction as Strider’s grandparents, Lanette and Larry, worked to move their possessions into a rented semi-truck parked on a lot Strider and Gallagher were left in the back of the car. Tired and acting out Gallagher bit Strider who recoiled, pressing himself against the car window. 2nd. Nicolaus Czarnecki / Metro Boston Dozens of MBTA commuters crowded Kenmore Square station waiting for shuttle buses after green line service was halted. The MBTA reported major delays throughout the system due to the high amounts of snow and low temperatures. 3rd. Pat Greenhouse / The Boston Globe For months Bella Bond was known only as “Baby Doe.” The 2-year-old’s body had been stuffed into a trash bag and washed up on a Deer Island beach June 25, 2015. Investigators had conducted an international search, and then there was a break in the case. Her mother, Rachelle Bond, arraigned in Dorchester District Court, on September 21, 2015, is charged with covering up the killing and improper disposal of a body. Her boyfriend, Michael McCarthy (not shown), is charged with killing the girl because “She was a demon and it was her time to die.” Prosecutors allege the pair dumped her off the South Boston Waterfront and then got high on heroin. HM1. Craig F. Walker / The Boston Globe A young boy gathered as much bread as he could hold at an aid station before crossing the Austrian border outside of Hegyeshalom, Hungary. The migrants found a warm welcome from the Red Cross and a group of volunteers from Hungary, Austria and Germany.The United Nations estimates that more than half of the 4 million Syrian refugees worldwide are women and children.Migrants and refugees from Syria, Afghanistan, and other lands have fled en mass to Europe this year, in search of a better life. Four million refugees have fled Syria alone since a brutal civil war broke out after peaceful prodemocracy protests in 2011. HM2. Ann Hermes / The Christian Science Monitor Fatheya carries her son Abdullah while traveling with other Syrian refugees on a path near the Hungarian border on June 2, 2015 in Kanjiža, Serbia. The group walked several miles along the Tisza river at sunset to pass through the border with Hungary at night to avoid the police. Refugees seeking asylum rushed through the Serbo-Hungarian border before Hungary erected a border fence. HM3. Dominick Reuter for AFP United States Secretary of State John Kerry listens during a meeting with Afghanistan CEO Abdullah Abdullah, Afghanistan Foreign Minister Salahuddin Rabbani, and China Foreign Minister Wang Yi at the Palace Hotel on September 26, 2015, during the United Nations General Assembly in New York.