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Femicides in France: A woman killed every two days in the country

Violence against women is on the rise in France. More than 110 killings of women by men have already been reported this year according to anti-domestic violence groups. That's more than the same time last year. While the French government has proposed measures to address the problem, activists say they fall short. TRT World's Gonca Senay reports. #FemicideInFrance #ViolenceAgainstWomen #DomesticViolence

The Square: Violence against women

The Square: Violence against women

Paid leave for domestic violence victims in New Zealand

Paid leave for domestic violence victims in New Zealand

France Protests: Protesters clash with police in Paris

France Protests: Protesters clash with police in Paris

Protester struck by tear gas canister in face in Iraq

Protester struck by tear gas canister in face in Iraq

Bolivia Political Crisis: President Morales resigns after election fury

Bolivia Political Crisis: President Morales resigns after election fury

Spain Elections: Socialists win but fall short of a majority

Spain Elections: Socialists win but fall short of a majority

Burkina Faso Education: Radio programme helps displaced children

Burkina Faso Education: Radio programme helps displaced children

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Berlin Wall Anniversary: Celebrations with mixed emotions

Kartarpur Corridor: Pakistan, India open visa-free border crossing

Kartarpur Corridor: Pakistan, India open visa-free border crossing

Australia Fires: State of emergency declared in some parts

Australia Fires: State of emergency declared in some parts

Thousands of baby turtles released into Peruvian Amazon river

Thousands of baby turtles released into Peruvian Amazon river

Spain elections: Socialists expected to fall short of majority

Spain elections: Socialists expected to fall short of majority

Refugee Crisis: Thousands still attempt to reach Europe

Refugee Crisis: Thousands still attempt to reach Europe

Turkey begins development in town freed of YPG – Turkey’s Border Security

Turkey begins development in town freed of YPG – Turkey’s Border Security

Chile Protesters: UN condemns 'excessive' use of force by police

Chile Protesters: UN condemns 'excessive' use of force by police

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