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FGM - why do Malian women still think it's a religious requirement?

by Chine Mbubaegbu - 1st October 2014

NEW REPORT finds female genital mutilation in Mali is increasing. CHINE MBUBAEGBU hears how a society is afraid to change a centuries-old practice.

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Open Bethlehem film shows a little town fighting for survival

by Chine Mbubaegbu - 26th September 2014

FILM that was 10 years in the making kicks off a new campaign for lasting peace between Palestine and Israel. CHINE MBUBAEGBU meets the director.

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Church relief effort highlights ‘1000s left on streets’ ahead of Iraqi winter

by Jayson Casper - 24th September 2014

AN EGYPTIAN church has mobilised its network to help Iraqi refugees but one of its members, former MP Ehab El-Kharrat, tells JAYSON CASPER there are serious gaps in aid provision ahead of a freezing winter.

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