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Northern Nigeria: Where Islamist militants believe girls' education is a sin

In this edition, we head to northern Nigeria where Islamist militants declare educating girls is a sin and local officials are battling to keep them in schools. Also, a precarious start to life for those babies born to Syrian women refugees. And how a shop owned by a group of retired Japanese women has become a magnet for Tokyo's hipsters.

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2017-02-24 Donald Trump

Trump abortion funding ban: Europe tries to fill the breach

In this edition, international outrage over U.S. President Donald Trump's ban on U.S.-funded groups worldwide providing information on abortion. As a result, European governments...

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2017-02-17 Islamic State (IS) group

Bearing arms: Arab women join the battle in Syria against the Islamic State group

Scores of Arab women take up arms in Syria as the campaign against the Islamic State group intensifies. Also how the art of cartooning is being used to tell the stories of female...

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2017-02-10 cinema

Women in film: Fighting for equal opportunities and against gender stereotypes

In this edition, Claire Pryde talks to French director and women's rights activist Lisa Azuelos, who says mentalities need to change so that the issues in women's lives are...

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2017-02-03 women

From marching to running: The spike in American women considering elected office

In this edition, Claire Pryde talks to Erin Vilardi from VoteRunLead about the dramatic rise in the number of American women signing up for political training post-election....

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2017-01-27 Russia

'The slapping law': Russia moves to decriminalise domestic violence

In this edition, women's activists angry as Russia moves towards decriminalising domestic violence. Also as the rate of childless women continues to rise in Europe, we talk to...

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