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"They're the women who cleared the path."
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Police say they seized a machete, a hatchet, two swords, four knives and arrows after conducting a search warrant on a home on Tuesday.
Trump’s election win gives license to misogynists, Dr. Stanton said.
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Twenty-six years on, what's changed?
"My son killed himself, but I was the one left with all the consequences."
On December 6, 1989 a 25-year-old man armed with a rifle and a hunting knife, killed 14 women studying at the technical college before turning the gun on himself. He said that his motives were to fight feminism. It's easy for us to sit back and pretend that women aren't being killed because of their sex nowadays. But the fact of the matter is, it continues to happen.
It was cold that Wednesday when a 25 year-old man walked into the École Polytechnique de Montréal armed with a 223-calibre Sturm-Ruger rifle. It was December 6, 1989. He entered an engineering classr...
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