A spike in domestic violence caused by the COVID-19 lockdown is sending shockwaves around the globe—and driving victims in some countries to live television chat shows and social media for help, a satellite broadcaster revealed today.
As October comes to an end, we’re taking a moment to recognize it as National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. This isn’t just a national issue though; women around the world experience domestic violence on a daily basis.
Last week Tunisia grabbed headlines following two suicide bombings. ISIS has since claimed responsibility for both attacks. However, this unrest is not new. Rex Rogers with SAT-7, a satellite TV ministry to the Middle East and North Africa, cues us in on the topic.