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A Romanian court rejects the divisive social media personality Andrew Tate’s appeal against a 30-day detention in connection to charges of human trafficking, rape, and setting up an organised crime group. He and his brother both deny the charges
French author is under investigation for publishing child pornography
French illustrator Bastien Vivès and two of his publishers are under investigation for promoting incest and child pornography. Content warning: Some readers may find details within this story disturbing.
Weinstein found guilty of rape in second sexual misconduct trial
The former film producer could get up to 24 years in prison in California when he is sentenced.
UK government backs law against public sexual harassment
The British government has backed a law to criminalise public sexual harassment, increasing the penalty for catcalling and other intimidating acts.
Swiss parliament votes to expand law and definition of rape
The amendment will now go before Switzerland's Council of States before a referendum can be held.
Is Spain's new rape law reducing jail sentences of sex offenders?
A number of sex offenders have seen their jail sentences reduced after a new, stricter rape law came into effect last month.
Spain’s new, stricter rape law to be reviewed after jail sentences cut
Spain is to review a landmark new law on sex offences which was meant to afford victims more protection after a series of court rulings led to prison sentences being reduced for offenders because of a loophole in the legislation.
Spanish policeman jailed after posting fake migrant rape video
The man is one of the first people to be convicted of using social media to spread false information.
Manchester United forward Mason Greenwood charged with attempted rape
Greenwood, 21, was first arrested and questioned in January and has been on bail since.
UN adopts 'historic' resolution on justice for rape victims
The UN has adopted a landmark resolution which grants access to justice for survivors of sexual violence -- its first standalone motion recognising rape in peacetime.
Thousands demonstrate in Kosovo over alleged rape of girl, 11
Protesters threw red paint at government buildings in Pristina over the incident.
MPs in Spain approve 'only yes means yes' law on sexual consent
The bill means that survivors of rape no longer need to prove they suffered violence or were intimidated.
Italy's Giorgia Meloni criticised for posting video of woman's rape
Meloni shared the controversial video on Twitter, promising to "restore security" if elected next month.
Footballer Benjamin Mendy goes on trial in the UK on rape charges
The French World Cup winner faces eight counts of rape, one of attempted rape and one of sexual assault. He has pleaded not guilty.
Police chief describes gang rape incident as "shame of a nation"
South Africa’s gang rape incident is a “shame to nation” - Police chief
'Only yes means yes': Spain approves new sexual consent law
The Spanish senate has green-lighted a new law that necessitates explicit consent in sexual relations.
UPDATE: Anger as prominent Greek actor get suspended sentence for rape
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French minister quits government to defend himself against rape claims
Two women have accused the former minister of sexual violence, dating back to 2010. He strongly denies the allegations.
Russian army rape claims orchestrated by Western spin, says Nebenzya
"These allegations fit in nicely in a depiction of Russian soldiers as beasts and brute barbarians, orchestrated by Western spin doctors - exactly like the Goebbels henchmen did at the close of WWII," said Nebenzya.
French court drops rape case against Luc Besson
One of France's most controversial cases in the #MeToo movement has come to a potential close.