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German Catholic priests 'abused thousands of children' - Dotemirates
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German Catholic priests 'abused thousands of children'

More than 3,600 children in Germany were assaulted by Roman Catholic priests between 1946 and 2014, a leaked report has revealed.The study was commissioned by the Church itself, and was due to be published on 25 September.According to the report, some 1,670 clergymen in Germany committed some form of sex attack on 3,677 minors, German outlet Spiegel Online reported.A Church spokesman said it is "dismayed and ashamed" by the findings.Only 38% of the alleged perpetrators were prosecuted, with most facing only minor disciplinary procedures, German media said. About one in six cases involved rape. Most of the victims were boys,...


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Al Ghufran tribe calls on OHCHR to document Qatar regime's violations

GENEVA, 21st September 2018 (WAM) - The Al Ghufran tribe in Qatar has called on the Special Rapporteur on the rights of indigenous peoples of the Office of Human Rights Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) to document the violations committed by the Qatari regime against them and to present them to the international community to hold the regime accountable. Representatives of the Al Ghufran tribe said during a seminar, held in Geneva today, on the sidelines of the 39th session of the Human Rights Council that they sought the help of the international organisation, years after the Qatari regime ignored...
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Turkey arrests more than a hundred soldiers over alleged Gulen links

Turkey's chief prosecutor on Friday ordered the detention of more than 100 soldiers in the air force for suspected links to Fethullah Gulen, a self-exiled cleric, a self-exile cleric and former ally of the Turkish president, who the Turkish government accuses of orchestrating a failed coup in 2016. The detainees included three colonels, two lieutenant colonels, six majors and three captains. Turkish authorities said all service members detained on Friday were on active duty. The arrests are part of a massive crackdown Turkey has enacted since July 2016, when parts of the military attempted to oust Turkish President Recep Tayyip...
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Kenya briefly lifts ban on lesbian film Rafiki ahead of Oscars

A Kenyan judge has lifted a ban on a film about a lesbian relationship - for a week.Kenya's film classification board had imposed the ban on Rafiki in April for "promoting lesbianism".But Judge Wilfrida Okwany decided to allow the screening of the film for seven days so that it could be submitted for the Oscars.Homosexuality is illegal in Kenya - a legacy of British colonial-era rule in the country.Rafiki, which means "friend" in Swahili, traces a coming-of-age love story between two young women, who meet and fall in love.Their romance unfolds against a backdrop of homophobia and intolerance in a...

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More than 100 Uber Eats couriers block London streets in protest over change in pay

More than 100 Uber Eats couriers blocked roads in London on Thursday to protest what they said is a significant cut in pay by the company. Interested in United Kingdom? Add United Kingdom as an interest to stay up to date on the latest United Kingdom news, video, and analysis from ABC News. United Kingdom Add Interest The couriers, riding scooters and motorcycles, chanted "no money, no food" as they shut down traffic outside Uber Eats's London headquarters for the second day in a row. The protesters said they were striking in response to the company's announced changes to minimum...
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Children contemplating suicide in Greece's Moria refugee camp

Deutsche Welle: You warn that more than one-quarter of the children that live at Camp Moria are contemplating suicide. What is troubling those children most? Florian Westphal: There are a number of different things. Most of the children at the camp fled war zones — in Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan and the Democratic Republic of Congo. They also experienced a number of terrible things after they fled. And finally, they are troubled by the catastrophic living situation in the camp itself. It is entirely overcrowded. You have to imagine, sometimes mothers with two or three children are forced to live in...
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Rio Tinto announces new $3.2 billion share buyback

MELBOURNE: Global miner Rio Tinto will return $3.2 billion to shareholders from its sale of Australian coal assets this year in addition to existing buyback programmes, it said.The news helped to drive Rio Tinto’s London share price nearly 2 per cent higher, and pushed up the Australian listing by 3.5 per cent.Across the mining sector, a trend to hand money back to shareholders has gathered steam following a recovery from the mining and commodity crash of 2015-16 and pressure from investors not to waste growing piles of cash on buying up assets that may never deliver returns.In its latest move,...