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6 Mar
Australia's attorney general Christian Porter speaking to a press conference in Perth, identifies himself as the unnamed cabinet minister accused of raping a 16-year-old girl, but denies the decades-old allegation. After a week of speculation that has dominated Australian politics, 50-year-old Christian Porter -- the government's top lawyer and a former prosecutor -- tearfully denied wrongdoing, saying "the allegations never happened."
15 Feb
We look at press coverage of the largest protests to hit Myanmar in over a decade. We also take a look at the increasingly fragile situation in Haiti following a failed coup attempt against President Jovenel Moise. Finally, we take a look at what critics have described as an assault on one of the most sacred traditions here in France: eating at the table. HAITI
8 Jan
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22 Sep 2020
Police parade 38 suspect, investigating allegation of rape in Adamawa
17 Sep 2020
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28 Jul 2020
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24 Jul 2020
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20 Jun 2020
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4 Feb 2017
Senate Denies Fraud Allegation By FCAA

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