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Aiming to kill: The all-female sniper unit fighting for Assad’s Syria

In this edition, we meet the women snipers who are fighting for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Also, the power of literacy: We meet John Wood, the founder of Room to Read, who’s radically changed the lives of millions of girls around the world. Plus, U.S. women's ice hockey now has a professional league of its very own.

By Annette YOUNG , Juliette LACHARNAY , Stéphanie CHEVAL , Yara JAMALI ELO

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2018-06-15 Annette YOUNG

Turning pain into hope: Rwanda's children of rape

In this edition, Rwanda's children of rape and the mothers who raised them despite social stigma and no financial assistance. Also how the definition of rape is changing in parts...

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2018-06-08 Claire PRYDE

No-pregnancy guarantee: Recruiters order Sri Lankan migrant workers to take birth control

In this edition, we report on Sri Lankan women taking up work in the Gulf being injected – often without their knowledge - with contraceptives before leaving. Also, we meet some...

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2018-06-01 Annette YOUNG

Sharing the untold stories of the women who shaped Paris

In this special edition, we take a look at the movement to recognise the contribution of women in the French capital and the growing campaign to share their often untold stories....

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2018-05-25 Annette YOUNG

U.S. mid-terms: Record number of women running and winning primaries

In this edition, we take a look at how progressive female candidates in the U.S. are dominating a slate of Democratic primaries giving Georgia the first black woman to ever be...

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2018-05-18 Annette YOUNG

A divisive issue: Ireland prepares to vote on abortion referendum

In this edition, we report on how Ireland is set to vote on whether to repeal the ban on abortion but polls are showing that it's still way too close to predict the outcome. Also...

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