Published in Women's Health Weekly, December 25th, 1995
The 137-page report contains statistics on a broad range of social issues, from births outside marriage - Iceland had by far the highest rate: 53 percent - to unemployment, where Spain fared worst at 24.2 percent.
The U.S. rape statistics are "extremely high, even allowing for some difference in the rate of reporting" in countries where victims fear social stigma or ill treatment by police, said Tom Griffin, director of statistics at the Economic Commission for Europe, which...
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