Thursday, April 19, 2018
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Five children allegedly sexually abused by a group of adults in Western Australia

https://edition.cnn.com/2018/03/30/asia/australia-child-sex-abuse-parties-intl/index.html A taskforce, codenamed Mirzam, was launched in February after a recording device was discovered by a member of the public showing adults engaging in sexual acts with the young girl, the police statement said. "What Taskforce Mirzam has uncovered so far will shock the community and I should warn the investigation

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Churches push for inclusion in Royal Commission into abuse

Churches push for inclusion in Royal Commission into abuse https://t.co/KzIO4qkqjm— WAVES Trust (@WAVES_Trust) March 25, 2018 https://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/353367/churches-push-for-inclusion-in-royal-commission-into-abuse "We are of the firm view that no individual should be denied the possibility of making a submission to this Government inquiry. It would be wrong if some individuals felt excluded from this process simply

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Sexual abuse in South Korea

http://www.atimes.com/article/metoo-movement-engulfs-south-korea-storm-sexual-abuse-allegations/ Moon can hardly have been prepared for what was to follow: One of the rising political stars in his party – smart; eloquent; good-looking; widely viewed as a presidential candidate in 2022 – fell spectacularly. Ahn Hee-hung, governor of South Chungcheong Province, was publically accused by his secretary, Kim Jie-eun,

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U.K. Council staff considered abused children as “prostitutes” instead of victims

Over a 40-year period, children as young as 11 are reported to have been targeted by sexual predators who drugged, beat and raped them. An investigation by the Sunday Mirror found allegations dating back to the 1980s, with many cases mishandled by authorities and a number of perpetrators going unpunished. Council staff

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Preventing sexual abuse: We have all got a role to play

https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/101933951/heres-why-you-should-never-diminish-or-dismiss-sexual-abuse-survivors "We have all got a role to play, whether that is work colleagues speaking up, the police investigating, or the media taking a responsible approach to reporting." She also said: "While sexual harassment might sometimes start with a 'tacky one-liner' it certainly doesn't end there. Ongoing verbal harassment, indecent assault and

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