Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports from India on the country's efforts to tackle the issue of violence against women. This response comes after the gang rape and murder of a female medical student in Delhi last year.
In other news Monday, Syrian warplanes attacked targets in Lebanon in aim of hitting suspected rebel hideouts. Also, President Barack Obama named Thomas Perez, the assistant attorney general, to the role of secretary of Labor.
Trailer and clips of "The Invisible War," the Oscar-nominated documentary by Kirby Dick.
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