November 28th @ 3:16 AM GMT
Yahoo! Aboriginal traditional dancers carrying clap sticks and spears and with faces painted white with clay traveled from remote northern Australia to Parliament House on Monday to draw attention to rampant domestic violence in Outback indigenous communities. (World)
November 28th @ 5:48 PM GMT
Yahoo! Port-au-Prince (AFP) - Haiti's interim leader Jocelerme Privert on Monday called for calm before preliminary results from the first round of the Caribbean country's presidential election are released later in the day. ''Resorting to acts of violence can only spoil the fruits of the beautiful day we had on November 20,'' Privert said at the presidential palace in Port-au-Prince, referring to the vote held earlier this month. The election was a key step in restoring constitutional order... (Politics)
November 25th @ 9:17 AM GMT
Reuters Malaysia will summon Myanmar's ambassador over the crackdown on Rohingya Muslims in northwestern Rakhine state, its foreign ministry said on Friday, as hundreds of protesters across Southeast Asia demonstrated against the escalating violence. (World)
November 26th @ 2:45 AM GMT
E! Online The actress, whose own abuse allegations against ex-husband Johnny Depp made headlines earlier this year, teamed up with the (Entertainment)
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November 27th @ 6:49 PM GMT
CBS News Charles Wesley Mumbere, a former Pennsylvania nurses aide, accused of inciting violence that left 54 dead in Uganda (World)
November 26th @ 12:32 AM GMT
CBS News Secret Mexico graves found where drug gang had set up rural camp for holding kidnap victims (World)
November 26th @ 10:00 AM GMT
CBS News The San Antonio Police Department said the victim was in his car and saw a woman being pulled by her hair by another man, and allegedly told the man to let go before being shot (U.S. News)
November 27th @ 11:27 AM GMT
Yahoo! Goma (DR Congo) (AFP) - At least 34 civilians were killed Sunday in ethnic violence in restive eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, authorities said. (World)
November 27th @ 4:57 AM GMT
Yahoo! The market, in a small village outside the main city of Rawalakot in a conservative corner of Pakistani-held Kashmir, began simply as a place run by women for women. Social worker Nusrat Yousuf, who works with victims of domestic violence through the non-governmental organisation (NGO) she heads, helped persuade a generous landlord to provide the land to set up the market in 2011. (Top Stories)
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