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The Taliban strictly controlled sexual activity, meting out harsh punishments for extra-marital relations and adultery.
Married women who had sex outside marriage were stoned to death. Sex outside marriage remains illegal in post-Taliban Afghanistan, and the prisons are full of women who have been convicted of 'fornication,' a charge that carries a penalty of from five to 15 years in jail." "The law prohibits prostitution; however, it remained a problem...
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Famous sights like Lake Titicaca - the world’s highest navigable lake, Potosi - the centre of silver mining from ancient times and Uyuni - with the famous Salar de Uyuni or salt lake can all be seen on a Bolivia adventure tour.
be more relevant work to do than shaking a diplomatic fist against the home country of a video game company over an artistic work of fiction.
The country was a source country for trafficking of women and children for the purposes of commercial sexual exploitation and forced labor, although there has been a slow but steady decline in the number of persons trafficked each year.
Greece is the main country of destination for trafficked women.
Speaking to reporters on Wednesday, Interior Minister Carlos Romero said Bolivia had delivered a letter to the French ambassador and asked that the French government intervene, adding that Bolivia reserved the right to take legal action. You know, such as pretty much every other work of fictional art that has ever been created.
Now, the setting for the game is a fictionalized version of Bolivia where, contrary to reality, large swaths of the country are controlled by Mexican drug cartels that are wreaking all manner of havoc over the land. Oh, also, Ubisoft chose Bolivia for the setting specifically because of how much it appreciated the beauty of the country.
From the magnificent Salar de Uyuni salt flats, to La Paz, one of the highest cities in the world, Bolivia is a real assault on the senses.