It's a day like any other day in a provincial city in central Russia. A year-old girl is getting ready to go to school. Suddenly her phone rings. The next minute she is out of the door, saying she's meeting a friend and they will go to school together. Later the same day, when her mother turns up at the school, there is no sign of her daughter.
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States are called upon to undertake comprehensive national-level reviews of the progress made and challenges encountered in the implementation of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action and the outcomes of the 23rd special session of the General Assembly. The reviews should include an assessment of current challenges that affect the implementation of the Platform for Action and the achievement of gender equality and the empowerment of women and its contribution towards the full realization of the Agenda for Sustainable Development through a gender perspective. Governments should collaborate with relevant stakeholders at all levels of preparations for the review to benefit from their experience and expertise. National reports should cover trends, achievements and remaining gaps and challenges, as well as future plans to accelerate implementation at the national level.
Russian 'grave robber made dolls from girls' corpses'
A suspected grave robber in the central Russian city of Nizhny Novgorod is said by police to have made 29 life-size dolls from mummified female corpses. Local historian and cemetery explorer Anatoly Moskvin, 45, was arrested last week by police investigating a spate of grave desecrations in the area. The brightly dressed dolls, their faces and limbs covered in cloth, were found in his flat and garage, police said. It was not clear whether each doll contained a set of human remains. Police are now trying to establish the identity of the mummified remains.
Russia has confirmed 5,, cases of coronavirus and , deaths , according to the national coronavirus information center. Travelers from Russia will also have to undergo another test as soon as they arrive. Vaccinated employees would be excluded, the decree said, adding that all workers aged over 65 as well as those with pre-existing conditions would have to work from home. Starting Aug.