Thursday, September 17, 2015

U.S. tourist in India says she was gang-raped  de  nl  pt  sl  hu  no

Tsering Topgyal / The Associated Press. Indian youth hold candles during a protest against sexual violence in New Delhi in February afer the rape of a Japanese student. The State Department is warning “foreign women,” particularly in tourist areas, that they are "at risk and should exercise vigilance.

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Keywords: India / UN Security Council, State Department / town, women, indian, delhi, tourist, police, raping, united, permanent

Start date: Saturday, September 12, 2015

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