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Taiwan gives aid to male victims of domestic violence

Filed under: Domestic Violence,General — Julie @ 7:18 pm Fri 23rd January 2009

TAIPEI, Taiwan has new regulations passed by lawmakers for harsher penalties for human traffickers which will increase jail terms and fines for perpetrators who engage in human trafficking.

Other new rules passed by the Legislative Yuan included welfare aid to male victims of domestic violence and the families in which the children are in the care of their grandparents.

Something else also interesting ….

2 death sentences given in China milk scandal
SHIJIAZHUANG, China — A Chinese court condemned two men to death Thursday and handed a life term to a former dairy boss in the first sentences for those involved in the country’s contaminated milk scandal.

National news in NZ

The Green party has called on the Government and Fonterra to condemn the death sentences handed down in China to two men involved in the tainted milk scandal.

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