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Believe Survivors protesters walk out as Kavanaugh stands firm

Believe survivors walk out

Women and their supporters from across the United States walked out of their offices, businesses and homes on Monday to support Christine Blasey Ford and Deborah Ramirez, who have accused Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh, of sexual assault.

"We believe Dr Blasey Ford. We believe Deborah Ramirez," the event's organisers said on its Facebook page. "We believe survivors," it added. "And we won't stand for Senate Republicans' despicable attempts to strong-arm a sexual assault survivor."

Prior to the walkout, dozens of rights groups held a protest in the Senate office buildings, as well as outside the Supreme Court.

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Trump Administration Aims to Sharply Restrict New Green Cards for Those on Public Aid

Trump to deny green cards to legal immigrants on welfareTrump administration officials announced Saturday that immigrants who legally use public benefits like food assistance and Section 8 housing vouchers could be denied green cards under new rules aimed at keeping out people the administration deems a drain on the country.

The move could force millions of poor immigrants who rely on public assistance for food and shelter to make a difficult choice between accepting financial help and seeking a green card to live and work legally in the United States.

Older immigrants, many of whom get low-cost prescription drugs through the Medicare Part D program, could also be forced to stop participating in the popular benefits program or risk being deemed a “public charge” who is ineligible for legal resident status.

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France admits torture during Algeria's war of independence

France admits toturing Algerians in 1954 war for independenceFrance  acknowledged for the first time it was responsible for systematic torture during the Algerian war of independence in the mid-1950s.

President Emmanuel Macron said on Thursday that Maurice Audin, a communist pro-independence activist who disappeared in 1957, "died under torture stemming from the system instigated while Algeria was part of France."

Macron, who paid a visit to Audin's widow on Thursday, was also set to announce "the opening of archives on the subject of disappeared civilians and soldiers, both French and Algerian."

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Germany's Catholic Church 'dismayed and ashamed' by child sex abuse

Germany ashamed of church sex abuse A new report from Germany's Catholic Church admits to "at least" 3,766 cases of child sex abuse by the clergy between 1946 and 2014, according to local publications Die Zeit and Spiegel Online who have seen a leaked copy.

The report -- commissioned by the German Bishops' Conference and conducted by the Universities of Giessen, Heidelberg and Mannheim -- has taken four years to assemble and will be released in full on September 25.
According to both media outlets, the study says the victims were mostly boys, more than half of whom were aged 13 or younger. Every sixth case involved a rape and at least 1,670 clergy were involved, the report also reveals.

Israel: Palestinian Ahed Tamimi 'banned from travelling abroad'

Ahed Tamimi banned from travel

Israel has banned Palestinian activist Ahed Tamimi and her family from travelling abroad, her father said, citing Palestinian authorities.

Basim Tamimi told Anadolu Agency on Friday that he and his family had planned to travel to Europe via Jordan, to participate in events and discussions on the Palestinian resistance movement and the experience of being detained in Israel.

But he said his family were informed by Palestinian authorities that Israel had banned them from travelling abroad.

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India decriminalises gay sex in landmark verdict

Gay sex ban lifted in IndiaIndia's Supreme Court has decriminalised gay sex in a landmark ruling.

The court heard petitions challenging the constitutional validity of Section 377 - a colonial-era law under which a same-sex relationship is an "unnatural offence" punishable by a 10-year jail term.

"Any discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation violates fundamental rights," Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra, who was head of the five-judge bench, said in Thursday's ruling.

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El Salvador Official Says 3 Children Were Sexually Abused In U.S. Shelters

Arizona shelter for immigrantsThree Salvadoran children were sexually abused by workers in Arizona shelters after they were separated from their families at the U.S. border, an El Salvador government official said.

Sexual violations, sexual abuses, that is what this is about,” the nation’s deputy foreign relations minister, Liduvina Magarin, told journalists on Thursday, The Associated Press reported. She said the three children were ages 12 to 17.

The children are in good physical health, but “the psychological and emotional impact is forever, and we are attending to that situation,” she said.

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