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ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkish women did four times as much household and care work as men during lockdowns aimed at curbing the spread of the coronavirus, research supported by the United Nations Development Programme showed on Thursday.
PETALING JAYA: The lack of funding is why Malaysians airports do not have the technology that can scan for child pornography, says Deputy Multimedia and Communications Minister Datuk Zahidi Zainul Abidin.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday will discuss a strategy to reopen the nation's schools as coronavirus cases surge in many parts of the country.
Australian police on July 22 warned “insidious” online predators were targeting new child victims after a surge in coronavirus infections put the country’s second-largest city under partial lockdown.
TOKYO (Reuters) - A Human Rights Watch report has found child athletes in Japan often suffer physical and verbal abuse and sometimes sexual abuse during training after documenting the experiences of over 800 athletes in 50 sports.
Former students of an arts school recently spoke up about the bullying and abuse they experienced, prompting conversations on the need for a code of conduct for teachers and coaches to protect children.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): A recent case of child sexual abuse at a Catholic church in Depok, West Java, sheds light on the flaws and complexity of Indonesia’s criminal law, which has hampered the victims’ quest for justice for a crime reportedly committed over a period of 18 years.
Victims suffer online abuse, threats and obscenities as netizens attack political rivals. Cyberbullying cases rise as Hongkongers spend more time online during pandemic.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republican President Donald Trump and his Democratic opponent, Joe Biden, have contrasting views and records on criminal justice and the U.S. racial divide, issues that have risen in prominence in the 2020 election.
German cyber crime authorities have uncovered a massive online network of at least 30,000 people who share child pornography and exchange advice on how to sedate and abuse minors, law enforcement authorities said on June 29.