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29 Feb 2020
Violet Johnson returns this week with the top four stories that made our week. Simi's views on feminism rocks Twitter NG Eniola Badmus calls out weight loss product sellers Mike Tyson denies giving out his daughter for 10 million dollars Harvey Weinstein convicted of rape and sexual assaults
25 Feb 2020
Harvey Weinstein's conviction for rape has lit up social media - we take a look at some notable reactions.
23 Jan 2020
Harvey Weinstein's New York rape trial has begun in earnest with strong opening statements. The prosecution sought to establish Weinstein's violent, predatory behavior, while the defense focused on discrediting victims.
12 Dec 2019
Harvey Weinstein leaves a New York City court where a judge increased his bail to $5 million after repeated violations of his ankle monitor system. Weinstein, who faces charges of rape and forcibly performing oral sex on a woman, was originally out on $1 million bail and has had his passport confiscated ahead of his January 6 trial.
28 Aug 2019
Film show: 'Untouchable' goes behind the scenes of Harvey Weinstein scandal
26 May 2019
Harvey Weinstein, women who accused him of sexual misconduct, his former film studio's board members and the New York attorney general's office have reached a tentative $44 million deal to resolve lawsuits and compensate alleged victims of the Hollywood producer, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday, citing people it said were familiar with the matter.
28 May 2018
Ireland goes to the polls to decide on the future of the country's law on abortion. Two million are expected to vote in the referendum that could see access to terminations made much easier. But is Ireland ready to go against its Catholic faith? Plus, Harvey Weinstein swaps the red carpet for the "perp walk" after being charged with rape.
8 Jan 2018
It's the first awards ceremony since the Harvey Weinstein scandal and protest movements dominated the Golden Globes.
27 Dec 2017
How do we change mindsets? “The Hollywood casting couch” is nothing new, and Harvey Weinstein isn’t the first movie mogul to allegedly exploit vulnerable actors or actresses in exchange for work.
18 Oct 2017
Has the Harvey Weinstein scandal freed up women to speak about their own experiences of sexual harassment?
15 Oct 2017
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announces their decision to expel producer Harvey Weinstein, after allegations that he sexually harassed or assaulted a number of women over the past three decades. Weinstein denies having non-consensual sex with anyone.
9 Oct 2017
The board of Harvey Weinstein's company fires him as allegations pile up of sexual harassment going back decades.

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