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Mali: Twelve people die in suicide attack against MNLA

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Libya violence: At least four foreigners among those killed in hotel attack

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Michelle Obama was not blurred out on Saudi TV

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New Escalation: Cross-Border Shelling Between Israel, Lebanon (part 2)

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New Escalation: Cross-Border Shelling Between Israel, Lebanon (part 1)

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A Lebanese prison 'run by Islamists', and children tear-gassed in Kenya

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Pegida, the movement dividing Germany

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Film Show: 'The Imitation Game', 'Phoenix' and the French Oscars

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'The Imitation Game': A Tribute to Alan Turing, the Father of Computers

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Latest update : 2014-08-04

World War One: The war that changed women’s lives

They were bombmakers, they were nurses and even chemists. In this programme, we take a look at women's unsung contribution to World War One. Also, how the world of video games, traditionally seen as a male domain, is undergoing a radical shift. And powering on: the Afghan women cyclists who want to compete in the next Olympic Games.

By Annette YOUNG

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2015-01-22 women

Chile's abortion debate

In this edition, we look at how a rape case in Chile has reignited the abortion debate, prompting an outcry from both sides of the political spectrum. Also, lifting the veil on...

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2015-01-16 Laos

Laos: The challenges of family planning

In this special edition, we focus on women's reproductive health. Annette Young and Aurore Dupuis head to Laos where it's a bumpy road, in more ways than one, as the UN rolls out...

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2015-01-09 France

Parental leave in France: The stigma of being a stay-at-home dad

In this edition, we look at the stigma of being a stay-at-home dad. Also: just how far have we come in 20 years since that watershed conference in Beijing on women's rights? And...

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2014-12-19 women

South Africa: Taking a stand against child marriage

Since it's the holiday period, in this edition, we’re bringing you a collection of stories from this year including a report on tribal women taking a stand against child marriage...

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2014-12-19 Christmas

Are toys really us?

It’s Christmas time, the busiest time of year for toy sellers across the globe. So what messages are we giving children when we pick out their gifts? Also on the show, the...

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