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'Justice for all trans lives! Stop killing us! SOGIE Equality now!'
The killing of 38-year-old Emine Bulut sparks outrage across Turkey and reignites the debate over mounting violence against women in the country
Rizal Representative Fidel Nograles wants to expand the coverage of the Anti-Violence Against Women and Their Children Act of 2004
'A little spanking here and there is necessary if it's called for,' admits one commenter
UP Diliman Chancellor Michael Tan appeals to the public to stop posting and forwarding social media messages related to the student's death
Aside from hazing, the fraternity also stands accused of having lewd conversations about women from a sister sorority
The University of the Philippines Diliman Student Council has put one of its councilors under preventive suspension for alleged involvement in the hazing activity
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex join campaigners in Cape Town fighting South Africa's stratospheric rates of violence against women on the first stage of a 10-day swing through southern Africa
The daughter of Eraserheads guitarist Marcus Adoro opens up about her experience of being abused
The incident comes after two mass shootings in the US earlier this month – one in Dayton and the other in El Paso – left a total of 31 people dead
Shouting 'Justice!', around 250 people, mostly women, take to the streets to protest the lack of punishment in the two cases, the latest to trigger outrage over the high rate of violence against women and girls in Mexico
The Pila group promises 'very dangerous and cruel little gifts' to a number of Russia's gay activists
(UPDATED) In his brief address, the US President makes no mention of two ideas he tweeted hours earlier: tightening background checks for gun buyers and linking gun control reform to changes in immigration law
(UPDATED) At least 16 others are injured, says the Dayton police department. It comes just hours after a separate mass shooting in El Paso, Texas.
Protesters remain unyielding, vowing to hold multiple occupations and rallies in the coming days, despite authorities' hardening stance
In an editorial, state-run China Daily newspaper signals Beijing's growing concern, saying that 'what is happening in Hong Kong is no longer the airing of real or imagined grievances'
UNICEF chief Henrietta Fore says, we 'have a real responsibility to keep violence out of schools... by other students but also by their teachers'
Britain's Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt also suspends export licenses for crowd control equipment of Hong Kong police force
The flare-up comes as Russian-backed regime forces tried to retake two villages seized by jihadists and allied rebels earlier in June
Just days prior, men in military fatigues cracked down on Sudanese protesters, leaving dozens dead
Army chief General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan announces in a televised statement the plan has been ditched and an election will take place under 'regional and international supervision'
The military council has denied multiple reports of their forces violently dispersing the sit-in in front of army headquarters
This is the 150th mass shooting – with 4 or more people shot or killed – in the United States in 2019, says the Washington-based Gun Violence Archive
He should be serving his 3rd term as councilor of the small town of Moises Padilla, but Michael Garcia was killed in an ambush on April 25
Cebu Provincial Police say the suspects were looking for money
Fights inside voting precincts are reported in election hot spot Abra
The Commission on Elections has recorded 43 incidents of election-related violence as of May 12
(UPDATED) ‘Residents reported men on motorcycles leaving notes, telling the residents they’re being monitored, and that if they go to vote, the men will return for them’
Rogelio 'Roger' Concepcion is a cousin of slain Balaoan town vice mayor Al-Fred Concepcion
(UPDATED) Detectives hunting the gunman has released footage of the unrest, hoping that the community would help trace her killers
Police say reelectionist councilor Jolomar Hilario was shot dead in his residence in Moises Padilla town, Negros Occidental
Get to know Vanessa Rodel, who obtained asylum status in Canada years after sheltering US intelligence whistleblower Edward Snowden in Hong Kong
The UP men’s basketball team and UP Pep Squad collaborate to battle violence against women, sexism and misogyny
Ernesto Ramirez is not just training these youngsters to be talented fencers, he's trying to keep them away from violence and trouble.
Women in Mauritania are fighting an uphill battle to see tougher penalties for sexual violence and discrimination in a conservative state where criminal law is derived from Sharia
Sylvia Claudio, dean of the University of the Philippines' College of Social Work and Community Development, says one way to address violence against women is to start tackling the issue at home
The election delay has increased tensions between the ruling All Progressives Congress and the main opposition Peoples Democratic Party, stoking fears of violence and rigging
India accuses Pakistan of harboring the militants behind the attack, which sparks nationwide outrage and some public calls for war against the nuclear-armed arch-rival to avenge the killings
The police operations that led to the gunfight are due to 'shoot-outs in the area caused by the dispute between rival criminal groups'
'No more climate denialism. No more evasions. @HouseDemocrats are in charge,' tweets the House Natural Resources Committee
The attack is the latest in a series ascribed to the jihadist group which began a bloody insurgency in 2009 that has spread to neighboring countries, prompting a regional military response
ISIS announced on January 25 that its East Asia Province in Lanao del Sur clashed with government troops
"This regime has to go immediately," opposition leader Sadiq al-Mahdi Mahdi tells hundreds of worshippers at a mosque in Omdurman, after nearly daily anti-government protests.
The latest mass shooting ramps up the number of people killed in gun violence in the US to nearly 40,000 in 2017, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
'The attack took place around 7:30 pm when an unknown number of gunmen dressed in black entered the temple through a rear area via a creek,' says Thai local superintendent Pakdi Preechachon
"It's hatred that killed Pawel," Civic Platform Party leader Grzegorz Schetyna told lawmakers.
'All Colombians reject terrorism and we're united in fighting it,' President Ivan Duque says in the aftermath
Hundreds of officers are on guard on the Champs-Elysees, where banks, jewelry stores and other shops have boarded up windows in anticipation of renewed looting and violence
Governor Ron DeSantis said Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel had "repeatedly failed" and "demonstrated a pattern of poor leadership" following shootings at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and Fort Lauderdale airport in 2017.
UK nationals are advised to 'monitor media reports closely, remain vigilant, and avoid large public gatherings'