A woman holds up a placard as she takes part in a rally to urge the Lebanese parliament to sign a law against domestic violence, on April 1, 2014, in Beirut. The demonstrators want parliament to adopt a bill that would set prison terms of up to 25 years with forced labour for men convicted of murdering a female relative, it would also create a specialised police agency to deal with abuse and permit women to seek civil damages in abuse cases. (Getty Images)

Latest Domestic Violence Fatality Triggers Protests in Lebanon

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