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BENI, Democratic Republic of Congo (Reuters) - Assailants killed a dozen people in two overnight attacks in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, the army, a witness and a local rights group said on Wednesday, blaming an Islamist militia.
PETALING JAYA: The Covid-19 pandemic showed that domestic violence should no longer be seen solely as a "women's issue", says Wanita MCA chief Datuk Heng Seai Kie.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Chilling footage of an emaciated domestic worker being grabbed by the hair and shaken like a rag doll was played in court on Tuesday (Feb 23).
A study found people are more apt to believe sexual harassment claims by women who are young,"conventionally attractive" and appear and act feminine. Women who don't fit that prototype not only are less likely to be believed, but also are presumed to be unharmed by harassing behavior, the study said.
French actor Gerard Depardieu was charged in December with rape and sexual assault after authorities revived a 2018 investigation that was initially dropped.
(Reuters) - During a December visit to New York City, writer E. Jean Carroll says she went shopping with a fashion consultant to find the “best outfit” for one of the most important days of her life - when she’ll sit face-to-face with the man she accuses of raping her decades ago, former President Donald Trump.
In a low-profile corner of Amazon’s expansive online retailscape, militant preppers, pro-gun provocateurs and election-fraud conspiracy theorists are turning a buck on the back of their beliefs.
CANBERRA (Reuters) - Australia will quickly deliver the result of a planned independent inquiry into parliament's workplace culture, the government said on Monday, as pressure grows after a newspaper published a third accusation of rape.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Erik Prince, the private security executive and supporter of former U.S. President Donald Trump, "at the very least" helped evade an arms embargo on Libya, according to excerpts from a United Nations report seen by Reuters.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A leader of the far-right "Oath Keepers" group charged in the deadly U.S. Capitol riots said she was in Washington on Jan. 6 to provide security for legislators and meet with Secret Service agents, according to a court filing.