Nauruan police say there is not enough evidence to prove that a 26-year-old Somali woman was raped on the island.The woman's case was raised last month on 7.30, with the program obtaining a video recording of the harrowing emergency call she made after the alleged incident on August 21.
She said it took the Nauruan police four hours to arrive.
Qualitative study using semistructured focus groups among adult members of Somali communities in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth who volunteered to attend focus groups in January and December 2010.
Main outcome measures: Nineteen focus groups included 114 participants.
The number of rapes rose sharply, making the simple act of going to the bathroom a life-risking activity.
"They simply came and waited for women between their house and bathrooms," said Fatima Nor, who said she was once attacked but escaped when her husband intervened. I think having light scares the predators." Mohamed Bundu, the Mogadishu director for the Danish Refugee Council, said that in addition to the extra security the May installation of the lights brought, they are also helping children study and businesses attract customers.
"All the criminal acts that were often committed because of the darkness have considerably gone down," he said.