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She estimated that the attack lasted for about 40 minutes and involved 200 to 300 men." [...] “My clothes were torn to pieces,” Ms. She declined to go into more detail about the assault but said: “What really struck me was how merciless they were. It incited them to more violence.” Logan says that after this Sunday's feature on 60 Minutes she won't being giving further interviews on the subject because “I don’t want this to define me.” She also reveals that while she does intend to return to Afghanistan and other conflict zones, she won't be reporting from the Middle Eastern countries where protests were widespread anytime soon.
What became known as Black Wednesday marked the beginning of a battle against institutionalized and systematic use of sexual violence to silence women in conservative Egypt—a fight made possible by the accessibility to smartphones and social media.“The state, which is fighting terrorism, has to protect girls on the streets,” he said. 8, a 19-year-old woman jumped into the Nile from the Qasr al-Nil bridge and drowned in a bid to escape a harasser who had been following her. Eyewitnesses said that the offender threatened to throw nitric acid on her.Former interim President Adly Mansour issued a decree June 6, 2014, amending some provisions of the penal code to deal with sexual harassment.Egyptian women have been using a number of hashtags — among them #Idon’t Feel Safe On The Street, #Anti Harassment and #Expose Harasser — on social networking sites to speak up about the daily sexual harassment they experience.These campaigns are part of an effort to expose harassers and break the silence surrounding their crimes, which are haunting women in Egypt.