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French footballer Benzema held over sextape blackmail: legal source
French footballer Karim Benzema was arrested in connection with blackmail over a sextape featuring fellow player Mathieu Valbuena, a source close to the probe told AFP.
Pros and cons of chemical castration discussed in Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan is considering pros and cons of introducing chemical castration for convicted pedophiles.
Surge of paedophilia in Kazakhstan: Prosecutor General raises alarm
Prosecutor General of Kazakhstan speaks about the surge of sexual violence in Kazakhstan, particularly against children.
British singer Gary Glitter found guilty of child sex crimes
British former glam rocker Gary Glitter could spend the rest of his life in prison after being found guilty at a London court.
Buckingham Palace in fresh denial of Andrew sex claims
Buckingham Palace issued a new denial of allegations that a US woman was kept as an underage "sex slave" and forced to have sexual relations with Britain's Prince Andrew.
Cosby won't be charged over decades-old sex claim
US prosecutors declined Tuesday to charge Bill Cosby over allegations he sexually assaulted a 15-year-old girl in the Playboy Mansion in 1974.
Bill Cosby's wife defends 'wonderful husband'
Bill Cosby's wife lashed out at media reporting on sex abuse claims against the veteran comic, saying he was the victim of unfounded accusations and was "a wonderful husband."
Mike Tyson says he was sexually abused as a child
Former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson was sexually abused when he was seven years old by a stranger on the street.
Former aide to Britain's Prince Philip charged with sex abuse
The former personal assistant of Britain's Prince Philip has been charged with sexually abusing a girl while he was working for the royal family in the 1970s, prosecutors said.
Grim reality of Kazakhstani rehab centres for abused children
The grim reality of Kazakhstan’s Centers for Adaptation of Underage startles with adults’ inhumanity and cruelty towards abused children.
Inside Mexican shelter, a world of fear and abuse
A nauseating smell of rotting food and excrement hangs in the air inside the Mexican shelter where authorities say hundreds of children lived in squalor and endured physical and sexual abuse.
TV star Rolf Harris guilty of sex assaults in Britain
Veteran entertainer Rolf Harris, a household name in Britain since the 1960s, could face jail after his conviction on 12 counts of indecently assaulting girls.
Poland's Catholic Church apologises for paedophilia
Poland's powerful Catholic Church apologised for paedophilia committed by its priests during an unprecedented ceremony attended by top clergy and abuse victims.
Jolie and Hague to open largest ever summit on rape in war
Co-hosts Angelina Jolie and British Foreign Secretary William Hague will on Tuesday open a four-day summit on ending sexual violence in conflict, the biggest meeting ever held on the subject.
British businessman detained for keeping harem in Spain
British millionaire Shoja Shojai suspected of confining women in his harem against their will in a mansion near Marbella was arrested in Spain.
Human trafficking and sexual exploitation in Almaty
A man tried to sell a Kyrgyz girl in Almaty for one thousand dollars.
International probe cracks Philippine child web sex ring
An international probe has cracked a paedophile ring which streamed live sexual abuse of Filipino children over the Internet, leading to dozens of arrests, police in the Philippines.
Kazakh teen released on bail is electronically tagged in London
The Kazakh teenager, arrested on charges of sexual harassment, was released on bailed but has to wear an ankle monitoring bracelet.
Hong Kong domestic workers treated as 'slaves': Amnesty
Amnesty International on Thursday condemned the "slavery-like" conditions faced by thousands of Indonesian women who work in Hong Kong as domestic staff, accusing authorities of "inexcusable" inaction.
'Fifty Shades' rape case dismissed in New Zealand
A New Zealand man has been cleared of raping his estranged wife while pretending to be her young lover in a case partially inspired by the novel "Fifty Shades of Grey".
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