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Sexual offences against women: looking beyond the statutes
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Sexual offences against women: looking beyond the statutes

The society of Bangladesh has been particularly unsafe for women because of the rising rate of crimes against women in all spheres. According to Ain o Salish Kendro, 128 women were raped, 12 were killed after being raped, 26 were attempted to be raped and 2

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