Protesters after Cologne, Germany New Year's Eve rapes

Germany's New Rape Law Finally Puts The Survivor First

Germany's Parliament passed a new rape law on Thursday after dozens of women were sexually assaulted in Cologne.

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Home Secretary Theresa May.
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