Indian Mother of Five Killed for Resisting Militant Molestation
Even as U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is bringing attention to global sexual assault against women, a mother of five was shot and killed for resisting attempts by militants to molest her. She was 35. Garo National Liberation Army, the separatist outfit responsible, has been declared a terrorist group since 2012 and is responsible for several murders, kidnappings and extortion. The incident took place in the state of Meghalaya, which borders Bangladesh.
By Jordan Moses
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