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'RapeLay' video game goes viral amid outrage

Tokyo, Japan (CNN) -- The game begins with a teenage girl on a subway platform. She notices you are looking at her and asks, "Can I help you with something?"

That is when you, the player, can choose your method of assault.

With the click of your mouse, you can grope her and lift her skirt. Then you can follow her aboard the train, assaulting her sister and her mother.

As you continue to play, "friends" join in and in a series of graphic, interactive scenes, you can corner the women, rape them again and again.

The game allows you to even impregnate a girl and urge her to have an abortion. The reason behind your assault, explains the game, is that the teenage girl has accused you of molesting her on the train. The motive is revenge.

When does a video game go too far?It is little wonder that the game, titled RapeLay, sparked international outrage from women's groups. Taina Bien-Aime helped yank the game off store shelves worldwide.

"This was a game that had absolutely no place on the market," said Taina Bien-Aime of women's rights organization Equality Now which has campaigned for the game to be taken off the shelves.

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Terror in Moscow

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Fearing the wider consequences of a bomb attack on the Moscow metro

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Mar 29th 2010 | MOSCOW | From The Economist online

TWO terrorist bombers on the Moscow metro killed at least 37 people and injured 102 in the morning rush hour on Monday March 29th. The first explosion, which killed 22 people and injured 12, struck just before 8am at the Lubyanka metro station, a few hundred feet from the Kremlin and next to the headquarters of the Federal Security Services, the successor to the KGB. The second bomb went off at Park Kultury, by the main circular road in central Moscow, killing at least 15.

The Russian security services said two female suicide bombers from the north Caucasus were responsible. The bombs might have been operated with the use of mobile phones, which work unhindered in the Moscow metro. Russia’s emergency services appeared to be working in an orderly and co-ordinated way, cordoning off only the areas immediately affected by the explosions. Other metro lines remained open, with trains running regularly. There was a striking absence of panic in the capital, but no immediate sense of public numbness; ordinary commuters went on with their daily routines.

The first public figure to address the Russian people was Kirill, the patriarch of the Russian Orthodox Church, who is extremely active in all state matters. Dmitry Medvedev, Russia’s president, has not yet made a formal statement, but was shown by Russian television conducting a meeting with stony-faced officials from various ministries, and pledging to pursue terrorists “without hesitation and to the end”. Vladimir Putin, Russia’s prime minister, who is travelling in Siberia, said he had interrupted his trip and pledged that terrorists would “be eliminated”.

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台灣小子:

端視,一個台灣小子的成熟發展,和自我思維的轉變,或是,本職學能的求知和更新

即使,再面對全球化社會,所帶來的多元價值和功利主義盛行的同時,還是要認清自我的身份和價值,以及所扮演的角色;
而身為一個台灣小子,更要以實際行動,將素養和品德灌輸於日常生活;
有沒有錢?或是,窮不會窮一輩子,但要時時刻刻,以生命來打拼未來的夢想;
帥氣與否,誠屬天命;也更要心無旁鶩的努力於各項本職學能的充實;
是謂男人?頂天立地,窮是以吃苦打拼來改變,如此便能以贏得好的女人的青睞和肯定!又豈會讓現實女子所打擊!

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Female suicide bombers blamed in Moscow subway attacks

By the CNN Wire Staff
March 29, 2010 1:10 p.m. EDT

Moscow, Russia (CNN) -- Russian investigators combing two subway stations attacked by female suicide bombers think Chechen rebels may have been behind the rush-hour strike that killed dozens of people.

"Our preliminary assessment is that this act of terror was committed by a terrorist group from the North Caucasus region," Alexander Bortnikov of the Federal Security Service said of the investigation at one of the blast sites.

"We consider this the most likely scenario, based on investigations conducted at the site of the blast," Bortnikov said. "Fragments of the suicide bombers' body found at the blast, according to preliminary findings, indicate that the bombers were from the North Caucasus region."

Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said the "terrorists" responsible for the Moscow subway attacks Monday "will be destroyed."

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Report: South Korean navy ship sinks

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March 26, 2010 7:25 p.m. EDT
The South Korean navy corvette Cheonan, similar to this ship, sunk after an explosion, Yonhap News Agency reports.

(CNN) -- A South Korean navy ship sank in the Yellow Sea near North Korea late Friday, and the navy fired on an unidentified ship toward the north, according to reports quoting South Korean government officials.

Yonhap News Agency quoted navy officials saying Friday that a ship carrying 104 crew members sank off the Seoul-controlled island of Baengnyeong in a flashpoint maritime border area between the Koreas.

The 1,500-ton corvette Cheonan went down at 9:45 p.m. near the island, but the cause was not immediately known, the officials said.

A rescue operation was under way, with the navy telling Yonhap it had rescued 58 crew members but that others may be dead.

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House passes health care bill on 219-212 vote

By Alan Silverleib, CNN
March 22, 2010 12:32 a.m. EDT
The House passed the bill in a 219-212 vote on Sunday.
The House passed the bill in a 219-212 vote on Sunday.

Follow the very latest on the health care vote and find out what it means for you, tonight on CNN. Watch a special live prime-time event at 8 p.m. ET on CNN, with the best political team on television.

Washington (CNN) -- President Obama won a historic victory in the struggle for health care reform Sunday as the House of Representatives passed a sweeping bill overhauling the American medical system.

The bill passed in a 219-212 vote after more than a year of bitter partisan debate. All 178 Republicans opposed it, along with 34 Democrats.

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Southern Taiwan jolted by 6.4-magnitude quake

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March 3, 2010 11:41 p.m. EST

 

(CNN) -- A 6.4-magnitude earthquake rocked southern Taiwan on Thursday morning, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. There were no immediate reports of deaths or serious injuries.

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