Tunisia denies policy of torture by state forces after group says rise in 'brutal tactics' threatens democratic reforms.
Africa08 Mar 2016 16:50 GMT
Durham, 21-year-old volunteer, handed 40-year sentence after being convicted of sexually abusing children.
Abuse06 Mar 2016 10:56 GMT
Vatican said 15 victims in Rome could not meet the pontiff as they didn't make request through proper channels.
Australia03 Mar 2016 12:40 GMT
Top-ranking Vatican cardinal George Pell denied involvement in sex abuse cover-ups, as victims still deal with trauma.
Vatican29 Feb 2016 02:12 GMT
George Pell, the Vatican's finance minister, faces grilling via video link from Australian child sex abuse inquiry.
Crime26 Nov 2015 04:45 GMT
Man guilty of second-degree murder after shooting wife and putting photo of blood-spattered body on Facebook.
Human Rights18 Nov 2015 19:20 GMT
Activists say more boys between the ages of six and 10 are being attacked, but overall abuse cases decline.
Human Rights21 Oct 2015 10:30 GMT
Senior officials say punishment that curbs sex drive of paedophiles aims to combat alarming rate of abuse.
People & Power03 Oct 2015 13:57 GMT
An investigation into the high rate of child sex abuse in Jamaica and the government's failure to protect its children.
Fault Lines22 Sep 2015 13:10 GMT
Fault Lines investigates the legacy of flawed forensics at the FBI and how it continues to affect many lives today.
101 East03 Sep 2015 23:29 GMT
101 East meets Western Australia's indigenous communities who are facing eviction from their ancestral lands.
Vatican28 Aug 2015 10:53 GMT
Autopsy ordered after Vatican's former envoy to Dominican Republic, Jozef Wesolowski, dies of apparent natural causes.
Human Rights13 Aug 2015 04:18 GMT
Three officers transferred amid scandal over abuse of hundreds of children for nearly a decade in Punjab province.
Human Rights11 Aug 2015 10:55 GMT
Shock and anger as police discovers 400 video recordings of more than 280 children being forced to have sex in Punjab.
101 East03 Jul 2015 10:08 GMT
In war-torn Afghanistan it is not the Taliban that poses the greatest threat to women - it is their own families.
Business & Economy28 Jun 2015 06:20 GMT
Thailand's new animal welfare law aims to curb abuse in a lucrative entertainment industry.
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