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(Reuters) - The number of victims in anti-Latino or Hispanic hate crimes rose over 21% in 2018, the FBI reported on Tuesday, and attacks overall are increasingly targeting people instead of property.
RIYADH (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia's state security agency distanced itself on Tuesday from a promotional video that categorized feminism, homosexuality and atheism as extremist ideas, blaming it on an action by individuals.
KAMPALA (Reuters) - Uganda on Tuesday protested to Rwanda over the killing of two of its nationals by Rwandan security personnel and demanded that they be punished in a further sign of fraying relations between the neighbouring states.
KUALA LUMPUR: Not only Malaysian women but men have also fallen prey to love scams to a tune of more than RM67mil this year, says Datuk Azis Jamman.
KULAI: A 31-year-old man was arrested for allegedly raping and robbing a masseuse inside his car and near a factory in Jalan Tamban 1/1, Saleng here.
LA PAZ/MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - The head of Bolivia's Senate, Jeanine Anez, took office as interim president on Tuesday as former leader Evo Morales pledged to keep up his political fight from exile in Mexico after resigning in what he has alleged was a coup.
Mok Cham-sum, 32, admitted to trying to hurt three women by placing sewing needles seats of KMB buses – triggering a series of copycat incidentsJudge says Mok’s clear criminal record and the minor injuries suffered by victims saved him from a longer imprisonment
BARCELONA/LA JONQUERA, Spain (Reuters) - Catalonia's parliament pressed its case for secession from Spain on Tuesday, two days after a national election, while separatist protesters blocked one of the region's major highways and also disrupted traffic in the Basque Country.
KUALA LUMPUR: Not only Malaysian women but men too have fallen prey to love scams to the tune of more than RM67mil this year, revealed the Home Ministry.
Olimpia Coral Melo said she hoped revenge porn would soon become a crime nationally as Mexican lawmakers debate a law that aims to legally define online violence, which could include revenge porn, threats, hate speech, stalking and sexual harassment.