Sexual Violence Law Causes Row in Italy

Politicians from Italy's ruling populist coalition have clashed over a major new sexual violence bill. The law seeks to strengthen the fight against sexual crimes like rape and revenge porn on the internet, but a proposed amendment calling for some sex offenders to be chemically castrated, with their consent, is facing backlash. The right-wing League proposed the change, but members of their coalition partner, Five Star, say they reject the proposal. The draft bill will make revenge porn a crime in Italy, though disagreements still exist over some of the details.