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Sex Abuse’s Culture Of Silence

Though it is the hope of officials that perpetrators are exposed for sexually abusing and, worst-case scenario, impregnating young girls, they concede that a culture of silence stands in the way of such.

Pointing specifically to situations where “dons” prey upon underaged girls in inner-city communities, officials told the Jamaica Observer that out of fear, many families turn a blind eye to ongoing abuse or, if possible, send their girls away to rural communities.

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First Commercial Flight Out Of Sanaa In Six Years Postponed

Rival sides trade blame after the Amman-Jordan flight planned as part of the UN-brokered truce was indefinitely postponed.

The first commercial flight out of Yemen’s rebel-held capital in six years was indefinitely postponed on Sunday in a blow to an already fragile truce in the country’s grinding conflict, as rival sides traded blame for the flight postponement.

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Biden Marks ‘Armenian Genocide,’ Aims to Stop ‘Atrocities’

WILMINGTON, DEL. — President Joe Biden on Sunday commemorated the 107th anniversary of the start of the “Armenian genocide,” issuing a statement in memory of the 1.5 million Armenians “who were deported, massacred or marched to their deaths in a campaign of extermination.”

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COVID-19 Cases Fluctuate As Death Toll Rises In Shanghai

The COVID-19 situation in Shanghai has hit a plateau as daily cases fluctuate and the death toll rises, local health authorities said on Sunday.

Shanghai reported 39 new COVID-19 related deaths on Saturday, three times more than the number of deaths on Friday and also the highest daily toll as the city is battling China’s biggest coronavirus outbreak.

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