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Read more about No babies in Parliament: UK lawmakers outraged by infant ban
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No babies in Parliament: UK lawmakers outraged by infant ban

Nov 25, 2021
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Several British politicians demanded a change in parliamentary rules on Wednesday after a lawmaker was told she couldn't bring her 3-month-old baby into the House of Commons.
Read more about West Africa has highest numbers of child soldiers, says UN
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West Africa has highest numbers of child soldiers, says UN

Nov 24, 2021
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Trapped in conflicts, the children of West and Central Africa are the most recruited by armed groups in the world and also have the highest number of victims of sexual violence, says a report released Tuesday by the United Nations Children’s Fund.
Read more about It's not just Peng. China is cracking down on MeToo movement
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It's not just Peng. China is cracking down on MeToo movement

Nov 25, 2021
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Huang Xueqin, who publicly supported a woman when she accused a professor of sexual assault, was arrested in September. Wang Jianbing, who helped women report sexual harassment, was detained along with her. Neither has been heard from since.
Read more about Afghan referee sees no fair play in EU border policies
Read more about Afghan referee sees no fair play in EU border policies

Afghan referee sees no fair play in EU border policies

Nov 24, 2021
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Ibrahim Rasool loved his job as a referee because of sportsmanship and fair play. But the 33-year-old from Afghanistan says there's nothing fair about the way the European Union treats people flocking to its borders in search of a better life.
Read more about Conflict over abortion laws won't abate if Roe v. Wade falls
Read more about Conflict over abortion laws won't abate if Roe v. Wade falls

Conflict over abortion laws won't abate if Roe v. Wade falls

Nov 21, 2021
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On both sides of America’s abortion debate, activists are convinced that Roe v. Wade — the 1973 Supreme Court ruling establishing a nationwide right to abortion — is imperiled as never before. Yet no matter how the current conservative-dominated court handles pending high-profile abortion cases there will be no monolithic, nationwide change. Fractious state-by-state battles over abortion access will continue.
Read more about Marchers across France decry violence against women
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Marchers across France decry violence against women

Nov 21, 2021
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Tens of thousands of protesters marched Saturday through Paris and other French cities to demand more government action to prevent violence against women.
Read more about Vietnamese workers at Chinese factory in Serbia cry for help
Read more about Vietnamese workers at Chinese factory in Serbia cry for help

Vietnamese workers at Chinese factory in Serbia cry for help

Nov 21, 2021
Read more about Vietnamese workers at Chinese factory in Serbia cry for help
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They are shivering in barracks without heat, going hungry and have no money. They say their passports have been taken by their Chinese employer and that they are now stuck in a grim plainland in Serbia with no help from local authorities.
Read more about Denver suburb to pay $15M to settle Elijah McClain lawsuit
Read more about Denver suburb to pay $15M to settle Elijah McClain lawsuit

Denver suburb to pay $15M to settle Elijah McClain lawsuit

Nov 21, 2021
Read more about Denver suburb to pay $15M to settle Elijah McClain lawsuit
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The Denver suburb of Aurora has agreed to pay $15 million to settle a lawsuit brought by the parents of Elijah McClain, a Black man who died after suburban Denver police stopped him on the street and put him in a neck hold two years ago, the city and family attorneys announced Friday.
Read more about Interior secretary seeks to rid US of derogatory place names
Read more about Interior secretary seeks to rid US of derogatory place names

Interior secretary seeks to rid US of derogatory place names

Nov 20, 2021
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U.S. Interior Secretary Deb Haaland on Friday formally declared “squaw” a derogatory term and said she is taking steps to remove it from federal government use and to replace other derogatory place names.
Read more about Ohio State president announces debt-free degree initiative
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Ohio State president announces debt-free degree initiative

Nov 20, 2021
Read more about Ohio State president announces debt-free degree initiative
Read more about Ohio State president announces debt-free degree initiative
Ohio State University will offer undergraduate students the chance to graduate debt-free after four years under an initiative announced Friday by the school's president that includes a combination of increased scholarships, grants and paid internships.