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Dominican lawmakers seek to ease sex abuse penalty

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SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic (AP) — Lawmakers in the Dominican Republic are considering a proposal to reduce prison time for some domestic violence and sexual abuse crimes, sparking outrage from human rights and women's groups in the Caribbean country. Dozens of people gathered outside the Congress on Thursday to protest the proposed overhaul of the criminal code. Demonstrators carried...

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