Friday, March 31, 2017
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Soldiers in his former hometown in the Democratic Republic of Congo tortured him, then took turns raping him.

Kampala, Uganda - The expression on Moses Kamba's face is cold and hard, and there is a bitter tone in his voice when he talks. Five years ago, soldiers in his former hometown in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo killed his parents, imprisoned and tortured him, then

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Disappeared and became a shell of my former self

https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/he-would-drag-me-through-house-and-spit-survivor-speaks-after-three-years-domestic-abuse He threatened to strangle her, stalked her, broke into her home, would text death threats to her, shoved furniture into her, dragged her through the house and spat on her. The woman, who didn't want to be identified, told 1 NEWS she finally wanted to speak out. "There was a constant level

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100,000 children and vulnerable adults put into care over 40 years

http://m.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11810075 Race Relations Commissioner Dame Susan Devoy believes Kiwi kids who are Maori were more likely to be taken from their families and placed in state homes. The Human Rights Commissioner and other prominent New Zealanders have called on Prime Minister Bill English to agree to an inquiry into the abuse of

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APA: Link between child pornography and child sexual abuse

http://www.apa.org/monitor/2009/12/child-abuse.aspx Clinical psychologists Michael Bourke, PhD, and Andres Hernandez, PsyD, have been making waves in the psychology and law enforcement communities with the recent release of a paper suggesting that men charged with Internet child pornography offenses and those who commit hands-on child sex offenses are, in many cases, one and

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He said there was a “catastrophic failure” in church leadership

The Archbishop of Sydney, Anthony Fisher, has told a royal commission the response by Catholic Church leaders to allegations of child sexual abuse amounted to "criminal negligence". Archbishop of Sydney Anthony Fisher appeared in front of the royal commission for the first time. Five of Australia's most senior Catholic figures fronted

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