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There are only 4 countries in the world where women represent less than 40% of the population: United Arab Emirates (26,7%), Qatar (27,4%), Oman (33,7%) and Bahrain (38%). (Source)
He makes it look so easy.
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Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign has suffered the same fate as the Democratic National Committee: having its servers and emails hacked, according to a report late Friday by Reuters.
This latest attack follows reports of two other hacks on the DNC and the party’s fundraising committee for candidates for the House of Representatives.
Sources told Reuters that the hack may have been related to an “analytics data program” used by both the DNC and the campaign: Read more »
Does pro-choice extend to terminating the pregnancy if it is a girl?
A Christian pro-life campaigner has been landed with a £47,000 [approx $100,000] legal bill after her attempt to prosecute two doctors who allegedly offered sex-selective abortions was derailed by the Crown Prosecution Service.
Aisling Hubert, who could face jail if she cannot pay, launched a private prosecution against the doctors two years ago after they were secretly filmed agreeing to arrange terminations of female foetuses for a 2012 undercover investigation.
She acted after the CPS decided not to prosecute because, despite there being ‘just sufficient’ evidence to gain a conviction, it said a trial would not be in the public interest.
What “public” interest did the UK’s “Crown law” have in mind there? Clearly not those of Christians and secular Caucasians. Read more »