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# Outrage

Last year
Michaela McAreavey: NI council to investigate 'defamatory and sectarian' video
The PSNI and Orange Order have also begun investigations.
Death of pregnant woman pleading for care sparks outrage in Senegal
Astou Sokhna died nine months pregnant on 7 April after doctors refused her request to perform a caesarean section.
Raith boss wants chance to ‘right the wrongs’ after Goodwillie signing
The Scottish Championship club last week sparked major criticism for their decision to sign Goodwillie.
Scottish club Raith under more pressure as women’s team cut ties over new signing
David Goodwillie was ruled by a judge in 2017 to have raped a woman.
'Angry and upset' CAMHS families seek apology from Taoiseach
A review of the care of more than 1,300 children found that 46 of them sustained significant harm.
All time
Tokyo Olympics chief apologises but refuses to resign over sexist comments
Yoshiro Mori prompted outrage in Japan for saying that women speak too much in meetings.
Arsenal fans outraged after club release beloved mascot Gunnersaurus
The dinosaur was a much-loved figure among the club’s supporters.
Council confirms it deposited silt on 'destroyed' Tallaght wetlands
An environmentalist working in the area said he was “completely heartbroken” by the wetlands’ destruction.
Five people charged with murder of transgender prostitute in Paris
Hundreds of sex workers and activists marched in Paris in memory of Vanesa Campos last week
'Laughable', 'a joke', 'cynical', 'opportunistic' - Zappone brought to task by parents over childcare fees crisis
The introduction of a universal subsidy for childcare in September saw many creches across the country raise their fees at the same time.
Roy Hodgson blasts Premier League sack culture ahead of West Ham clash
Roy Hodgson had little time for suggestions Slaven Bilic could be sacked if Crystal Palace beat West Ham on Saturday.
'I think it degrades the system itself to post something as "casual" and "part-time"'
Recently retired Ireland prop Ruth O’Reilly spoke to The42 about her reaction to the advertisement for a new Women’s head coach.
'Making hate fashionable again': Trump under fire for saying blame for Charlottesville lies on both sides
The statement once again drew sharp criticism from across the political and cultural board.
'Does it devalue the shirt? We're here to win a Test series'
Lions head coach Warren Gatland answered the criticisms about his six new call-ups.
Two Indonesian men caned in front of jeering crowd for having sex
The pair received 83 strokes of the cane each after being found guilty of breaking sharia rules.
School pitches that are to be sold by Christian Brothers are zoned for housing
The decision to sell off the pitches has been described as “completely unacceptable”.
Israeli activists taunt Palestinian hunger strikers by having barbecue outside prison
“The idea was to break them, make them hungry,” said a spokesperson for the group.
'It was 10 against 14': Muller slams officials after Bayern's Champions League exit
The forward is seething after his side’s defeat to Real Madrid.
Officer who forcibly removed passenger from plane is suspended from duty
The aviation security officer has been placed on leave “pending a thorough review of the situation”.
Gay army veterans denied right to march in Boston's St Patrick's Day parade
“This is a black eye on South Boston,” said Air Corps veteran Bryan Bishop
Hundreds of thousands protest Romanian government's plan to decriminalise corruption
The move could free dozens of officials jailed for corruption.
Confusion and outrage over Trump migrant ban as UK secures exemption
The new American president has ruffled feathers globally with his ban on refugees from Muslim-dominated countries entering the US.
Saturday Night Live writer suspended over tweet mocking Barron Trump
The writer had joked the 10-year-old would be “America’s first homeschool shooter”.
'It's a disgusting challenge' - West Ham 'keeper criticised for late tackle on Zlatan
Phil Neville was left unimpressed with Adrian’s conduct at Old Trafford this evening.
Widespread outrage after Syrian rebel group beheads 12-year-old child
The leaders of the rebel group involved called the act a “violation”.
Judge in Stanford rape case removed from new sex assault case
There have been calls for his removal after he sentenced a former Stanford swimmer to six months for sexually assaulting a young woman passed out from too much drink.
Judge under fire as Stanford University sex attack sparks outrage in US
The father of the student convicted of the attack has also come in for criticism for a statement defending his son.
Toilet rolls are shrinking but prices are staying the same
A survey has found toilet rolls, chocolate biscuits and toothpaste have all shrunk in recent months.
George Hook on 'implied consent' and why he's never liked interviewing Ivana Bacik
The outspoken broadcaster landed in the headlines last summer after an interview with the Labour senator. We asked him about it this week.
Outrage after 'noose for Angela Merkel' displayed at anti-refugee rally
The Islamophobic PEGIDA protesters created a miniature gallows.
Are Man United's new women's jerseys sexist?
Adidas have been branded discriminatory for producing two different replicas.
Tennis star accused of 'tanking' at Wimbledon shocked by criticism
His All England Club campaign culminated in a very public spat with swim legend Dawn Fraser.
You have to download an app to listen to Rihanna’s new song and nobody's happy
And it’s not even the full song. This is a FARCE.
Young Turkish woman murdered and burnt in an apparent attempted rape
The body of the 20-year-old was found in a riverbed.
World number 7 tennis player asked to 'give us a twirl' after winning Australian Open match
Channel 7 presenter Ian Cohen has faced criticism for the request
This mother still breastfeeds her six-year-old daughter, and the internet is going crazy
Yes, you read that right – six.
Man guilty of 'most heinous crime for a generation' to be freed in UK
Roberts was jailed for life with a 30-year minimum after killing three policemen nearly 50 years ago.
India suspends death sentences of men convicted of gang rape
The lawyer representing the two men said he filed a special leave petition.
Seven arrested over sexual harassment during Egypt presidential celebrations
A video has emerged purportedly showing a teenage girl naked and surrounded by dozens of men in Tahrir Square during the inauguration celebrations.
What's CodeBabes and why is the internet so angry about it?
Stop the web, we’re going backwards.