“It was bad enough to have one Canadian involved in this…now a second.
It’s really not good for our reputation around the world and not what we want to see,” Anthony Seaboyer, a security policy expert and professor at the Royal Military College of Canada in Kingston, Ont., told CTV News Channel Saturday night.
Parents and teachers, she said, should be free to discuss sexual matters with children so that they can find out whether the girls have been abused.
Algerian security forces say they have uncovered an Israeli spy ring operating in the south of the country and arrested 10 people on Friday, according to Arab media reports.
The RCMP has identified a second Canadian from among the bodies of suspected terrorists killed in an Algerian gas plant attack.
The man’s remains were identified more than two months after al Qaeda-linked militants stormed the remote plant in January. Earlier this week, the RCMP said another Canadian terror suspect was among those killed during the four-day siege.
Speaking at the close of the three-day consultation conference on HIV prevention, sexual reproductive health and rights for adolescent girls and young women in Windhoek, Geingos said schools must have curriculum that covers sexual health.Despite – or maybe because of – the Twitter death threats, accusations of betrayal and media uproar, which followed its first broadcast, Channel 4 has defied calls for the series to be pulled.Did it hope this second episode would change some minds?The three-day conference was hosted by Namibia's health ministry together with the World Health Organization and the United States President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief.According to Geingos, the fact that schools do not teach girls about their sexual rights allows for sexual abuse especially in high schools.