apan including preventing nuclear attacks on its ally in the wake of North Koreas third nuclear test the White House said.
In a telephone call Obama and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe discussed steps to respond to the highly provocative violation of North Koreas international obligations a White House statement said.Pyongyang triggered international outrage on Tuesday by carrying out its latest nuclear detonation in defiance of U.N.
Security Council resolutions.
S. and South Korean monitors said the underground nuclear test was much more powerful than North Koreas previous tests in and . Obama and Abe agreed to cooperate on tougher U.
sanctions against North Korea.The pair pledged to work closely together to seek significant action at the United Nations Security Council and to cooperate on measures aimed at impeding North Koreas nuclear and ballistic missile programs the White House said.
A Japanese Foreign Ministry official said separately the two leaders agreed to work together for the prompt adoption of a new U.N. resolution on enhancing sanctions on North Korea.Obama also reaffirmed that the United States remains steadfast in its defense commitments to Japan including the extended deterrence offered by the U.S. nuclear umbrella according to the White House.Abe is due in Washington for talks with Obama later this month.CAIRO AP Egyptian women are growing increasingly angry and militant as they deal with one of the unintended consequences of the Arab Spring an epidemic of sexual assault that law enforcement has failed to contain. The backlash which includes selfdefense courses for women and even threats of violent retaliation is fueled by ultraconservative Islamists who suggest that women invite assault by attending antigovernment protests where they mix with men. At marches against sexual harassment in Cairo women have brandished kitchen knives in the air. Stenciled drawings on building walls depict girls fighting off men with swords. Signs threaten to cut off the hand of attackers. The reaction comes at a particularly heated moment. While the latest wave of demonstrations against President Mohammed Morsis rule has cooled in recent days large protests have grown increasingly violent. A hardcore minority of demonstrators has vowed to take on the government and police have responded with force.
About people have been killed in clashes with security forces since Jan. the second anniversary 슬롯 사이트 추천 of the revolt that deposed longtime autocrat Hosni Mubarak.Harassment has long been a problem in this patriarchal society and attacks against female demonstrators have occurred under the democratically elected Morsi the military council that ruled before him and Mubarak who governed the Arab worlds most populous country for nearly three decades.The new element however is the increasingly sexual nature of the violence. 여성들이 옷을 벗기고 심지어 성폭행까지 당한 시위에서의 성폭력은 지난 년 동안 수적으로나 강도 면에서 모두 증가해 봉기 기념일을 정점으로 치닫고 있습니다.
이날 하루에만 운동가들이 카이로스 중심가 타흐리르 광장 일대에서 벌어진 시위에서 여성에 대한 건의 폭행 사건을 보도했습니다. 그 중 하나는 세의 강간과 관련된 것이었습니다. 유엔은 정부의 조치를 촉구하며 대응했습니다.
운동가들은 이번 공격이 시위 반대자들에 의해 조직된 것이라고 말하는데 시위자들은 현장에서 여성을 제거함으로써 시위를 덜 대표적으로 보이게 하려는 목적이 있습니다. 특정 그룹을 데이트하지 않으려면 다음과 같이 하십시오