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Mass protests in Croatia after gang rape suspects released

BNE 21.10.2019. 07:40

Mass protests in Croatia after gang rape suspects released

Thousands of people protested in the Croatian capital Zagreb and other major cities on October 19 after five suspects in a case concerning the gang rape of a teenage girl were released. According to the organisers around 7,000 people turned out in Zagreb alone. Gender violence is a contentious poli»»»

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