« We need to have a conversation about suicide. Blame is not that conversation. »

The famous chef Anthony Bourdain was found dead in a hotel room in France on June 8 from an apparent suicide. The announcement of the suicide coinciding with the publication of photos on which Asia Argento can be seen with the French journalist Hugo Clément in the streets of Rome, very quickly, on the social networks appeared the accusations towards Argento of having pushed to suicide his companion.

Actress Rose McGowan has published an open letter: Don’t blame Asia Argento for Anthony Bourdain’s suicide!

It is not here that we will solve the problem of social networks and their violent intrusion into people’s lives, but we reproduce this letter because it contains elements that must concern us all: not to judge the lives of people whom we do not know and especially to advise those who have suicidal impulses to ask for help.
Here is the letter of Rose McGowan who wrote it with the agreement of Asia Argento.
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Suicide Prevention Hotlines:
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Open letter: Urgent Need for Independent International Inquiry on Yemen

Joint NGO letter to Permanent Representatives of Member and Observer States of the United Nations Human Rights Council
Urgent Need for Independent International Inquiry on Yemen

We, the undersigned nongovernmental organizations, urge you to support the creation of an independent international investigation into violations and abuses of international human rights law and international humanitarian law in Yemen since the start of the current conflict. This is a call that has been made since 2015 by national, regional, and international civil society organizations, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, and the Security Council Panel of Experts on Yemen. The number of abuses, and the need for credible international investigations, has only increased since 2015.
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