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Interpol appeals to track down men suspected of crimes against women

 International police agency Interpol issued a public appeal on Monday (November 25) to track down eight men wanted around the world from Russia to Brazil for murder and other crimes against women.

French-based Interpol made the appeal to coincide with the United Nations-designated “International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women”.

The eight include two wanted by Russia and one each from Denmark, Norway, Ukraine, Brazil, Cyprus and the United States.

Six of the cases involved murders, while sexual violence, grievous bodily injury resulting in death, abduction and rape were also among the charges.

Interpol said in a statement that one in two women killed worldwide was murdered by a partner or family member, while one in three women and girls experience violence in their lifetime.

The suspects were all subject to Interpol red notices which ask authorities worldwide to detain subjects.

(Production: Noemie Olive, Lucien Libert)

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