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Virginia AG opposes prosecuting women seeking abortions

Wtop 02 Feb 2023
Speaking at an annual anti-abortion rally and march in Richmond, Republican Virginia Attorney General Jason Miyares said Wednesday that he opposes the idea that women should be prosecuted for seeking abortions ... But Alabama’s attorney general has recently drawn attention for ...
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Virginia AG Miyares opposes prosecuting women seeking abortions

The Virginian-Pilot 02 Feb 2023
RICHMOND — Speaking at an annual anti-abortion rally and march in Richmond, Republican Virginia Attorney General Jason Miyares said Wednesday that he opposes the idea that women should be prosecuted for seeking abortions ... But Alabama’s attorney general has recently drawn ...
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Drinking alcohol does not impair women's ability to recall sex attack, study suggests

The Daily Mail 02 Feb 2023
Rape convictions are notoriously low in the UK, with police investigations and court cases often casting doubt on women's recollections of events because they were drunk. Now researchers say women who have consumed alcohol are not significantly worse at recalling important details of a sexual attack.
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Country’s first women-only bus service launched in Karachi

The News International 02 Feb 2023
As many as eight women-only buses would run from Malir to Tower at a very minimal cost ... MPAs Sharmila Faruqui, Marvi Rashdi and Sadia Javed, film-maker Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy, TV anchors Madiha Naqvi, Rabia Anam and Najia Mir, TV actor Ushna Shah, architect Marvi Mazhar and other prominent women from different walks of life were part of the ceremony.
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FIFA Women's World Cup opening match at Stadium Australia set for record attendance; 1,00,000 can watch

Indian Express 02 Feb 2023
'We have taken a decision that will enable over 100,000 fans to attend the opening matchday, providing more opportunities for supporters to engage with the FIFA Women's World Cup as a month of football we will never forget gets underway,' FIFA general secretary Fatma Samoura said.
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‘Dances with Wolves’ actor arrested over sex trafficking and abuse raps

Arab News 02 Feb 2023
But police said he abused his position, physically and sexually assaulting Indigenous girls and women, taking underage wives and leading a cult ... State attorneys general and lawmakers around the US are looking into creating specialized units to handle cases involving Native American women.
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Report: 'Dances with Wolves' actor armed cult against police

North Shore News 02 Feb 2023
But police said he abused his position, physically and sexually assaulting Indigenous girls and women, taking underage wives and leading a cult ... At least two women told police that Chasing Horse had shown his wives a stash of “small white pills” that he called “suicide pills” sometime in 2019 or 2020, years before his arrest.
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Records: 'Dances with Wolves' actor armed cult against cops

North Shore News 02 Feb 2023
But police said he abused his position, physically and sexually assaulting Indigenous girls and women, taking underage wives and leading a cult ... At least two women told police that Chasing Horse had shown his wives a stash of “small white pills” that he called “suicide pills” sometime in 2019 or 2020, years before his arrest.
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Dances With Wolves actor ‘armed cult against police officers’

Irish Independent 02 Feb 2023
... general’s office has put a new focus on crimes against Native American people, including human trafficking and killings.Chasing Horse was born on the Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota, which is home to the Sicangu Sioux, one of the seven tribes of the Lakota nation.
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‘Dances With Wolves’ actor due in court in sex abuse probe

The Associated Press 02 Feb 2023
But police said he abused his position, physically and sexually assaulting Indigenous girls and women, taking underage wives and leading a cult ... At least two women told police that Chasing Horse had shown his wives a stash of “small white pills” that he called “suicide pills” sometime in 2019 or 2020, years before his arrest.
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Abortion helps rapists, hurts women

Jamaica Observer 02 Feb 2023
It is trendy to minimise the psychological and physical trauma of abortion, but the statistics clearly show women who have abortions are six to seven times more likely to die by suicide than women who deliver. Teens who abort are three times more likely to be admitted for mental health reasons than teens in general.
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Why Rishi Sunak ought to beware of Prosecco Mums

New Statesman 02 Feb 2023
Up until 2010 there was no major discernible difference in how men and women voted but from 2015 onwards the gap started widening, particularly because of women under 45 tending to side with Labour; 37 per cent of women voted for Jeremy Corbyn’s party in the 2019 general election compared with 29 per cent of men.
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20 GOP attorneys general tell CVS, Walgreens plans to dispense abortion pills ‘both unsafe and Illegal’

The Hill 02 Feb 2023
Twenty Republican state attorneys general sent a letter to ... “We emphasize that it is our responsibility as State Attorneys General to uphold the law and protect the health, safety, and well-being of women and unborn children in our states,” the letter concludes.
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Dilip Cherian | Bihar IAS body’s silence on release of ‘murderer’ MP irks some babus

Deccan Chronicle 02 Feb 2023
The state has also got its first women officers elevated to DGP rank ... Ms Deo was earlier holding the charge of additional director general of police, community affairs division and women affairs while Ms Dwivedi was posted as additional DGP, Railway.
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Missouri leads 20 AGs warning Walgreens, CVS about mailing abortion pills

Maryville Daily Forum 02 Feb 2023
(The Center Square) – Republican Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey and 19 ... “As Attorney General, it is my responsibility to enforce the laws as written, and that includes enforcing the very laws that protect Missouri’s women and unborn children,” Bailey said in a statement.

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