This file photo taken on Oct. 25, 2013 shows a Moroccan woman wearing a burqa walking in front the Jail of Sale near Rabat. (AFP / Fadel SENNA)
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A video showing a group of men hounding a young woman walking alone in a Moroccan street has been shared widely on social media, sparking a heated debate in the North African country.The video triggered contrasting reactions on social media.Moroccan media and human rights activists condemned the harassment.Another popular site, Ladepeche.ma, suggested harassment had become "a national sport".Official figures show that nearly two out of three Moroccan women are victims of violence. That violence is most visible in public places.
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