NFL player’s shocking on-field collapse sparks questions about violence in sports
04 January 2023 | 1:47 pm
A NFL player's shocking collapse on field sparks questions about the violence of American football. Finally, we bring you the overused words that have been banished in 2023.
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Prime Minister Modi was traveling to his home state of Gujarat to meet with victims' families. Nine people have been arrested over the incident that cost 134 lives.
Following the truce deal between Ethiopia's government and Tigray forces, the country looks ahead to peace and reconciliation. But as Amnesty International researcher Donatella Rovera warns, many women were subject to horrific attacks and not enough is being done to make sure they get justice.
"Sexual violence does not go away when war is over (...) Ukraine is sadly another example of a failure to follow through on commitments to preventing sexual violence in war," Murad continued. "Women's rights were never a priority for the international community to prevent the use of sexual violence," Murad said.
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