The regional secretary of a women's organisation said the victim "is torn up and can't express herself, she needs a lot of support".
In her show, the Al-Nahar TV presenter had also suggested a woman could marry briefly to have children before divorcing.
Perry, the former Texas Governer, suggested that energy through fossil fuels would bring light and "righteousness" in Africa and decrease crime.
Poachers shot dead the mother and the calf who were roaming in the Pilanesberg Park. Park rangers were unable to save the unborn rhino.
The unfurling of a rainbow flag at a rock concert sparked a harsh anti-LGBT crackdown in Egypt, and experts fear that the worst is yet to come
The locally popular lawyer, known for his conservative views, is facing intense backlash after his controversial remarks.
President Robert Mugabe is reportedly a major owner behind Zimbabwe Airlines, which is set to be handed lucrative long-haul licences to London and the Far East.
Opposition leader Raila Odinga has called for pickets and petitions after President Uhuru Kenyatta was declared the winner of the re-run election that was boycotted by Odinga.
Although homosexuality is not illegal in Egypt, laws only recognise unions between a man and a woman as legal. LGBT people face discrimination, violence and arrests in the country.
The man, Kehinde Ariyo who lives in the same area as that of the victim broke the door of her house to commit the offence.
Coptic Christians make up about 10% of Egypt's population. Islamic extremists have targeted them on a number of occasions in recent years.
Homosexuality is not legal in Egypt, but members of the LGBT community face discrimination, violence and arrests in the country.
The Cabinet action followed a recommendation by Security Minister Mohamed Abukar Islow. It came hours after the end of the attack on the Nasa-Hablod Hotel.
Capt. Mohamed Hussein said the gunfire could still be heard inside the Nasa-Hablod hotel, which is close to the presidential palace and is frequented by politicians and other members of Mogadishu's elite.
Deadly clashes between police and protesters and fears of further bloodshed led Kenya's election commission to indefinitely postpone voting in some opposition strongholds.