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App To Fight Domestic Abuse Developed By Teen Girls Launches In Albania

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TIRANA, ALBANIA (OCTOBER 11, 2019) (REUTERS) VARIOUS OF PEOPLE WALKING IN STREET TIRANA, ALBANIA (OCTOBER 10, 2019) (REUTERS) HANDS OF VICTIM OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE (SOUNDBITE) (Albanian) UNIDENTIFIED VICTIM OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, SAYING: "I was psychologically abused all the time, they were abusing me (members of ex-husband' family), then my ex-husband started to abuse me both psychologically and physically. We have a child and at the moment we've separated the child was only five months old. I lived there under psychologically and physically abuse for eight months." TIRANA, ALBANIA (OCTOBER 11, 2019) (REUTERS) VARIOUS OF PEOPLE WALKING IN STREET (SOUNDBITE) (Albanian) TIRANA RESIDENT, JUNI (NO LAST NAME GIVEN), SAYING: "Yes, I've heard about this application "GjejZa" before. I think that it is a valuable application and it can help anybody that needs it. I will download it soon." (SOUNDBITE) (Albanian) JONA (NO LAST NAME GIVEN), SAYING: "I have heard about this application. I think it is helpful in what it was made for, which is reporting the domestic violence. I believe that technological advancements can help and make this process simpler which is not simple for the victims." VARIOUS OF STREET SCENES TIRANA, ALBANIA (OCTOBER 1, 2019) (REUTERS) (SOUNDBITE) (Albanian) DEPUTY MINISTER OF INTERIOR, ROVENA KUKO, SAYING: "I will be very happy to see the application running up and we will also be very happy using the deliveries of the application to decrease the number of domestic violence cases in the country." TIRANA, ALBANIA (OCTOBER 2, 2019) (REUTERS) BANNER SHOWING PHONE NUMBER OF ALBANIAN NATIONAL HOT LINE HOT LINE WORKER PICKING UP PHONE WORKER TALKING ON PHONE AND TAKING NOTES WORKER TALKING ON PHONE HAND WRITING ON PAPER SHOWS: TIRANA, ALBANIA (OCTOBER 10, 2019) (REUTERS) (SOUNDBITE) (Albanian) HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVIST AND LAWYER, BRIZIDA GJIKONDI, SAYING: "It happened to me to see and help in many such cases (domestic violence). My last case was a former student of mine, she was victim of the domestic violence. I've escorted her to the police and to the safe house for abused women. To be honest I've seen that none of it works, the person that received her complaint in the police could be a potential abuser himself." TIRANA, ALBANIA (SEPTEMBER 25, 2019) (REUTERS) ROZHANI AND SHUKARASI SITTING AT STEPS NEAR ALBANIAN NATIONAL MUSEUM VARIOUS OF ROZHANI AND SHUKARASI COMPARING NOTES

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