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Q&A: After #MeToo, more is needed to address workplace harassment Special

It’s been 2 years since #MeToo went viral. While harassment remains a reality, more people are speaking up every day – and this includes at work. However, a new survey by HR Acuity finds many workers are concerned about not being taken seriously.

Triggered by MP's disgrace, Tunisia's #MeToo breaks taboos

Tunis - Viral images of a Tunisian lawmaker allegedly masturbating outside a high school have sparked the country's own #MeToo moment, with sex abuse victims breaking taboos under the hashtag #EnaZeda.

UNICEF number two resigns after complaints of inappropriate behavior

New York - UNICEF deputy director Justin Forsyth on Thursday resigned from the UN children's agency following complaints of inappropriate behavior towards female staff in his previous post as head of British charity Save The Children.

UNICEF number two faced complaints at Save The Children

New York - The UN children's agency said Wednesday it was unaware that its deputy director faced complaints of inappropriate behavior toward female staff before hiring him two years ago.

Geoffrey Rush sues paper in Australia for 'inappropriate behaviour' claim

Melbourne - Academy award-winning actor Geoffrey Rush Friday filed defamation proceedings against a News Corp newspaper in Australia over a story claiming he engaged in "inappropriate behaviour" at a Sydney theatre.

Allegations of rampant harassment at two US jewelers: report

Washington - Hundreds of female employees at two well-known US jewelers are alleging that company leaders fostered a culture of discrimination and frequent sexual harassment, The Washington Post reported Monday.

CEO stalked, threatened by avid gun supporters for 'smart gun'

There are likely few people that are unaware that the U.S. has a gun problem, though finding a solution that all will agree with proves to be more difficult.

Halle Berry backed paparazzi bill protecting stars' kids now law

Sacramento - Academy Award-winner Halle Berry is celebrating after California Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill into law Tuesday that protects the children of celebrities from paparazzi.

Don’t see, don’t talk - abuses against Somali journalists Special

Mogadishu - Mohamed Abdi Kahin, best known as Boosh, a journalist who works for Royal Television 24 and a new website called (Ramaas), was badly beaten by Somaliland police without obvious reason.

The agony behind Susan Boyle's success

Success is not always so enjoyable. In the case of overnight singing sensation Susan Boyle on a UK TV show, and then on U-tube, all the oohs and ahs have now become a bit too critical.

'RCMP Harrassed Me' Cadet Alleges

Ali Tahmourpour alleges that the RCMP harassed him while he was a cadet over his Muslim beliefs. The alleged harassment began when Tahmourpour asked to wear a pendant containing passages from the Qur'a.

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