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Floods Kill 42 People In Tanzania, Authorities Say
Associated Press
ZANZIBAR, Tanzania, March 5: Tanzanian authorities say floods from a heavy 30-minute storm killed at least 42 people in an area close to Lake Victoria in Kahama district.

Tanzania´s Meteorological Agency said Thursday rains from the storm left 900 people homeless and destroyed 160 houses in the deluge Tuesday night.
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India Orders TV Stations Not To Give Rapist A Platform
NEW DELHI , March 5: Indian authorities ordered television stations Tuesday not to broadcast a documentary about a gang rape on a New Delhi bus in which one of the attackers blames the victim and says she could have avoided being killed if she had not fought back, a government official said.

The order followed an outcry over giving a convicted prisoner a nationwide platform to express repugnant views about a horrific crime that shocked Indians and prompted hundreds of thousands to take to the streets in protest. In response to the 2012 attack, India´s government rushed through legislation doubling prison terms for rapists to 20 years and criminalizing voyeurism, stalking and the trafficking of women.
After Indias Ban, Nirbhaya Documentary ´India´s Daughter´ Aired By BBC (watch Documentary)
NEW DELHI, March 5: The British Broadcasting Corporation or BBC on Wednesday night telecast ´India´s Daughter,´ the documentary based on the December 2012 Delhi gang-rape, in the UK and other countries.

The documentary by British filmmaker Leslee Udwin was to have aired in several countries, including India, on March 8 which is International Women´s Day. But a statement from the BBC said given the "intense level of interest" they brought the transmission forward.
US Envoy To SKorea In Stable Condition After Knife Attack
SEOUL, South Korea, March 5: U.S. Ambassador Mark Lippert was in stable condition after being slashed on the face and wrist by a man wielding a 10-inch knife and screaming that the rival Koreas should be unified, South Korean police and U.S. officials said Thursday.

Media images showed a stunned-looking Lippert staring at his blood-covered left hand and holding his right hand over a cut on the right side of his face, his pink tie splattered with blood.
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