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Sexism & the City: UK men-only charity gala closes over sexual harassment claims

IN THE WORLD PAPERS - Thursday, January 25: There's not a lot of love lost for former Brazilian president Lula, whose corruption conviction has been upheld on appeal. Is his political career over? Also, a men-only charity gala in the UK is shut down over sordid sexual harassment claims. Over in the US, former US gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar is given life in prison for sexually assaulting minors. Finally, Grumpy Cat gets a big payday in court, but it's still not enough for her to smile!


For more on our stories, check out the links below:

On former president's Lula conviction being upheld, Estadao da Sao Paolo has penned a fiery editorial, while Bloomberg's editors look at how Brazil needs to move on now.

"I signed off on your death sentence". These now infamous words from Judge Rosemarie Aquilina raised some eyebrows, but she is getting credit for empowering young women abused by Larry Nassar to speak up.

Finally, Grumpy Cat hits a big payday, but is it enough to make her smile?

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