International: Women bombers break new ground
The majority of suicide bombers have been young men. However, some of the most lethal exponents of suicide bombing have been neither male nor Muslim. Women involved in a series of attacks are beginning to undermine this stereotype.
Submitted on Fri, 12/02/2005 - 01:00
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