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Investigation: In U.S. Prisons, Women Punished More Often Than Men

NPR Sunday, 14 October 2018
Investigation: In U.S. Prisons, Women Punished More Often Than MenAn investigation by NPR and Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism finds that in prisons across the U.S., women are disciplined more often than men, almost always for low-level, non-violent offenses.
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News video: Trio Arrested for Assisting in Parental Abduction Across Australia

▶ Trio Arrested for Assisting in Parental Abduction Across Australia 01:48

Australian Federal Police (AFP) have arrested three men for allegedly assisting the parental abduction of children across the country.AFP officers searched 10 locations in Grafton and Dubbo, New South Wales, Perth, Western Australia, and Townsville, Queensland, and arrested two men from Grafton. A...

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