This is the BBC News. Hello, I'm Johnathan Izard.Hundreds of women from the US entertainment industry including actors, directors and lawyers have launched a campaign to combat sexual harassment in the workplace.The campaign called "Time's Up" includes Hollywood stars such as Cate Blanchatt, America Ferrera, Eva Longoria and Natalie Portman. Here is Peter Burds.The times of the movement just formed after the deluge of allegations last year that destructed or ended the careers of several prominent and influential men in the entertainment business.In an open letter the group says, harassment too often proceeds because perpetrators and employers never face any consequences.It urges the media to turn the spotlight on abuses in what described as less glamorized trades.It also calls on women to wear black in the Golden Globe Award next Sunday as a statement against gender and racial inequality.The depute leader of Norway's opposition Labor Party, Trond Giske, has agreed to temporally stand down from his post following allegation of sexual harassment.The Party said Mr. Giske has been suspended for an indefinite period. Several women have accused him of unwanted encounters of a sexual nature.Protesters in Iran have attacked police station late in the night, as security force struggled to contain a biggest challenge to the country's clerical leadership since 2009.Social media videos have shown demonstrators trying to occupy police station in a central town of Qahderijan.Early the authority said the policemen have been shot dead in Najafabad. A total of 13 people have been killed so far. More details from Rona Rohanpool.