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The comments from Manjoo come after examining the issue and said that it leads to the 'over-sexualisation' of young women and the 'marketisation of their bodies' in the media. According to the Metro, Manjoo added that she has not seen this level of
Image, $25, 299 pages This book is devoted to documenting the vast scale of anti-Christian violence and persecution around the world, and to debunking the chronic mythology that too often impedes a clear understanding of this global war on Christians.
Auckland [ change ] Wind Max 22° Min 17° Complaint avenue open for ACC info Sarah Robson, NZ Newswire April 17, 2014, 4:04 am If ACC has been inappropriately collecting, using or disclosing a claimant's information, people have a right to complain
The former chief financial officer of convicted Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein's law firm has been charged with conspiracy in the $1.2 billion fraud. South Florida federal prosecutors filed a court document Wednesday charging Irene Shannon in the case.
Smaller Bigger Santo Domingo.- The Specialized Prosecutor for Money Laundering and the District Attorney's office started an investigation into the alleged laundering of assets, fraud and violations of the Security, Monetary and Financial laws
A 34-year-old man faces charges of felony assault and assault with a bodily fluid after he allegedly licked the eyeball of a police officer attempting to arrest him on Saturday. As first reported in the Smoking Gun , Christopher Hiatt called Butte,
National News Some press coverage on an alleged sexual violence case against a student in an international school in Jakarta has not provided adequate protection to the victims and has even violated he journalistic code of ethics, an NGO has said.
Pharmacists sometimes refuse to give doctors euthanasia drugs' Wednesday 16 April 2014 Dutch pharmacists sometimes refuse to provide the drugs needed by people who have chosen to end their lives through euthanasia, the NRC reports on Wednesday.
A few years in jail is not enough, Mastropole says of the parents to four young daughters, who pled guilty in March to multiple counts of mail, wire, bank and bankruptcy fraud. Teresa, 41, faces 27 years in prison while her husband of fourteen years,
The state House yesterday voted 97-0 to express "profound regret" for slavery and segregation, and denounce the "fundamental injustice, brutality, and inhumanity of slavery and the discrimination that was slavery's legacy." According to Nashville Rep.