The link was removed and it was found that the page was not linked in.
But the link was there, just not visible in the site’s search results.
The link was in fact a screenshot of an article on the same site, titled ‘Family Shopping’.
It showed an image of the family shop linked in the search results and linked in by the title Amazhi family shopping.
However, it did not have the link that was linked.
The link, however, did have the ‘Amazhi Family Shop’ link.
This is how the link looked in the results.
The article was also linked in to the Facebook page of a family, which featured photos of the shop’s children.
However, the article itself did not show any photos of children or other family members.
So, the link had been removed, and it appeared that the link did not exist.
However there was still the issue of the link not being visible in search results, so a search on the link led to the page’s home page, which did not appear to have a link to the article.
The same page also had a link, but this one was no longer visible.
In addition, a search for ‘Amaze’ was not able to find the article, so the only other result was the homepage of the Facebook account of the Amazhan family.
The page also did not offer any link to any of the other pages linked in, so it is unclear why there was no link at all.
This story will be updated as more information becomes available.