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Men acquitted over toppling statue of priest suspected of child abuse
The incident was a symbolic moment in Poland's reckoning with clerical abuse.
Dutch town loses case against Twitter over paedophilia conspiracies
The court found that the social network was doing enough to prevent the conspiracies from spreading.
Court upholds ex-priest's 30-year sentence for abusing children
The man sexually assaulted seven boys at a boarding school between 2013 and 2016.
Thousands demonstrate in Kosovo over alleged rape of girl, 11
Protesters threw red paint at government buildings in Pristina over the incident.
Brussels dismisses privacy concerns over online child sexual abuse law
The Commission's proposal would require social media platforms and online communications providers to scan all content, even encrypted content, for Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM).
Pope to beg forgiveness for 'evil' done to indigenous Canadians
The Pontiff will apologise to Indigenous leaders and residential school survivors. The visit marks a radical rethink of the Catholic Church’s missionary legacy, spurred on by the first pope from the Americas and the discovery of hundreds of probable graves at the school sites.
Report finds 196 German clerics abused children in Münster diocese
The research found that there were at least 610 victims of abuse in the diocese over 75 years, but the true number could be as high as 6,000.
Church convicts Catholic ex-priest of abusing boy for several years
The man was ordered to pay 10% of his income to a charity that supports victims of abuse.
‘Digital fingerprints’ used to tackle child sex abuse imagery
The digitally fingerprinted images include some of the most extreme examples of child sex abuse material.
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EU's plan to tackle online child abuse spark privacy rights fears
Privacy activists are sounding the alarm over the European Commission's plans to clamp down on online child abuse, warning that it would usher in "mass surveillance" in the bloc.
Probe into Portuguese church sex abuse receives nearly 300 claims
A panel that began its inquiry in January has received witness statements from 290 alleged victims, with cases involving children as young as two years old.
Northern Ireland government formally apologises to child abuse victims
The formal apology came more than five years after an inquiry into historical abuse at church institutions.
Former amateur football coach jailed for sexually abusing children
The 49-year-old man was given an 18-year prison sentence by a Paris court.
Spain approves investigation into sexual abuse within Catholic Church
The Spanish clergy has long been criticised for its failure to investigate allegations of sexual violence.
Over 100 European suspects identified in online child abuse probe
The long-running global investigation into online child abuse images was led by New Zealand.
German court convicts Catholic Church priest of abusing children
The 70-year-old was sentenced to 12 years in prison and ordered to pay victims €50,000 in damages.
More than 200 allegations of sex abuse in Portuguese Catholic Church
An independent committee was set up in January to examine historical sex abuse.
Spain moves closer to investigation into Catholic Church sex abuse
Spain's Bishops Conference has now refused an official inquiry into allegations of priest abuse.
EU will force tech firms to do more against child sexual abuse online
The EU's home affairs commissioner plans to propose new legislation that will strengthen requirements for reporting abuse by social media platforms and internet service providers.
French Catholic Academy questions findings of child sex abuse inquiry
An October report estimated that 216,000 children have been abused by French clergy since 1950.