Zee Media Bureau/Liji VargheseNew Delhi: According to a recent report by the United Nations on violence against women, almost a quarter of men surveyed in Asia have admitted to committing at least one rape.The survey conducted on ten thousand men from six countries in Asia is the first of its kind that examines the extent of violence against women and the reasons behind it. Out of the total who admitted to rape, half of them confessed to have done it more than once. The prevalence of rape was highest in Papua New Guinea with more than six out of 10 men surveyed admitting to have forced a woman into having sex.It was least common in urban areas of Bangladesh, where it was just under one in 10 and Sri Lanka where it was just over one in 10.
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