4 articles from the RoP
A Victorian court has heard the Libyan government is funding the legal defence of a student charged with sexual assaults at two Melbourne railway stations.
Police allege 27-year-old Libyan national Almahde Atagore has sexually assaulted three people since the weekend. (ABC)
A 14-YEAR-OLD Melbourne girl has been saved from an arranged marriage by a court’s ban on her leaving Australia.
Just days before the girl’s father planned to whisk her overseas to marry a man she has never met, the Family Court ordered she must stay put. (Herald Sun)
A sex trafficking gang offered to sell the virginity of underage girls to wealthy businessmen for up to Â£150,000 each.
The three women and a man were offering girls as young as 13 but were arrested in an undercover Scotland Yard operation after staff at a luxury hotel tipped off police.
One of the women had arrived at the Jumeirah Carlton Hotel in Knightsbridge, central London, in a silver BMW to offer the gang’s services in a handwritten letter to the owner in August last year. (Daily Mail)
Karachi, Sept 15 (ANI): In the latest development in an incident involving policemen refusing to register a case of forced religious conversion of a 13-year-oldÂ Hindu Dalit girl in Lyari Town of Pakistan, the first information report (FIR) has now been registered in Chakiwara police station.