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Violence a matter of scale, not quantity
Anthropologists have debated for decades whether humans living in tribal communities thousands of years ago were more or less violent than societies today. Researchers at the University of Notre Dame wonder if the question of more or less violence is the wrong one —what if it's a matter of scale?
4 more troops killed in violence in Cameroon’s restive southwest
Suspected separatists in a restive English-speaking region of Cameroon have killed four more soldiers as violence continues to plague government efforts for reaching a settlement with the secessionists.
France's Macron unveils plan to contain violence against women
French President Emmanuel Macron has strongly condemned the "horrific and shameful" violence against women in the country, introducing a package of measures aimed at curbing the phenomenon.
Rohingya refugees emotionally drained due to violence: UN
Rohingya Muslim refugees suffer traumas that have been unheard-of for years; the violence against the persecuted community has drained them of emotion, says the UN high commissioner for refugees.
Iran: US war failed to end violence in Afghanistan
Iran’s ambassador to the UN said more than a decade on, the US’s so-called war on terror has failed to uproot violence and extremism in Afghanistan and the entire world, calling on the international community to help the Kabul government with its fight against terrorism.
Texas shooting was not just a random act of violence: Governor
US President Donald Trump says the United States was living in "dark times" as the country grieves a massacre at a church in the state of Texas that left 26 dead, but he insisted the latest gun violence tragedy cannot be blamed on firearms.
358 Iraqis were killed and injured by terrorists in October
A total of 114 Iraqi civilians were killed and another 244 injured in acts of terrorism, violence and armed conflict in Iraq in October 2017, according to casualty figures recorded by the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI).
Violence against children on the rise in Uganda
Violence against children both male and female has doubled in Uganda in the last two years and the problem is there is no sign of a decline in cases.
Women still need more seats at the table
Whether targeted by perpetrators of sexual violence, oppressed by ideological extremists, or uniquely threatened by the bombing of hospital maternity units, women often bear the brunt of conflicts. Yet when it comes to peace negotiations, women too often don’t have a seat at the table. The continuing reality that men, particularly armed men, enjoy an almost exclusive role in peace processes defies both logic and evidence.
Nevada gun shows tied to firearm violence in California (video)
Firearms-related deaths and injuries increased 70 percent in parts of California in the weeks after gun shows in neighboring Nevada, which has fewer regulations on such events, a University of California, Berkeley study released on Monday found.
US activists, parents look for youth violence solutions
A 14-year-old is in the hospital after being shot outside his South Memphis home in the US.
Iran, Russia stress countering violence, terrorism, extremism
Iranian and Russian ministers of defense emphasized on fighting violence, terrorism, and extremism on a phone conversation on Thursday and discussed the most recent international and regional developments.
Kenya police killed 67 in violence after vote annulment: Rights groups
Human rights groups say as many as 67 people died during a police crackdown on protesters following the annulment of the August presidential election in the East African nation.
Domestic violence and research on its effects on children
A frequent question regarding domestic violence is whether or not it has a negative impact on children involved. Some hold the mistaken belief that many children are ‘too young’ to be affected, or that since children are so resilient, they are not impacted as severely by the violence.
Immigration crackdown interfering with domestic violence cases
The crackdown on immigration may be preventing victims of domestic violence from reporting incidents to police or participating in the prosecution of those charged, Kane County State's Attorney Joe McMahon said.

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