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Will life for women in China change as Beijing relaxes its one-child policy?

In this edition, Beijing relaxes its one-child policy after it leaves China with an ageing population and a gender imbalance. But just how quickly will the changes be enforced? Also, how hard is it for young Palestinian women to study in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip? And in the Lebanese city of Tripoli, often the scene of bloody sectarian violence, we meet the country's first female priest.

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2017-07-14 El Salvador

El Salvador teen sentenced to jail after stillbirth

In this edition, the tale of a teenage rape victim in El Salvador sentenced to 30 years in prison after suffering a stillbirth. The 19-year-old was convicted on the grounds that...

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2017-07-07 India

Are cows safer than women? Photographer protests India's 'double standards'

In this edition, Claire Pryde speaks to Sujatro Ghosh, an Indian artist who says that in his country cows are considered more important than women. Also we bring you a report on...

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2017-06-29 women

Home sweet home: The Argentinian jail that's built a house for mothers with children

In this edition, as the number of women jailed for drug-related offences soars in Latin America, one of Argentina's toughest prisons has come up with a novel way to house women...

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2017-06-23 women

The last taboo: Helping women and girls. Period.

In this special edition, we take a look at the last taboo when it comes to women's health: menstruation. We report on how ad agencies and public campaigns are forcing us to...

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2017-06-16 child abuse

Too young to wed: U.S. photojournalist captures trauma of child marriage

In this edition, we meet American documentary photographer, Stephanie Sinclair, who through her images is putting a human face to the tragedy that is child marriage. Also how an...

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