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Violence against women
Turquie: Marche pour les femmes à Istanbul
Des femmes ont organisé une marche mardi dans le quartier commerçant d'Istanbul pour célébrer la trentième édition de la Journée internationale des femmes.
Iraq: Iraqi women shot dead in Baghdad
Police said they believed the women had been accused by a religious movement of being prostitutes, and were not killed for political reasons.
India: Still no justice for Gujarat women and girls
Nearly three years after violence erupted in the state of Gujarat in Western India those responsible continue to walk free.
Pakistan: Pakistan rejects pro-women bill
The Pakistan government has allied with Islamists to reject a bill which sought to strengthen the law against the practice of "honour killing".
Iran: Capital punishment for sexual relationship
A teenage girl and two young men in Iran have been sentenced to lashes for having sex.
India: Gujarat gang rape accused named
A key witness in an alleged multiple murder and gang rape during religious riots in India's Gujarat state has identified 12 of the accused in court.
International: Eliminating violence against women in Muslim societies
An international symposium to be held on 1 March 2005. Speakers include women activists, scholars, and policy-makers from Muslim-majority societies and experts on violence against women.
France: Pour un nouveau combat féministe
Parce que nous voulons réaffirmer la liberté durement acquise des femmes à disposer de leur corps.
مصر: حملة من اجل قانون لحماية النساء من العنف الأسري
Philippines: Moro ethnic women speak-out on sexual violence in customary practices and traditions
Stories from four women who are ethnically, educationally (culturally) and socio-economically apart and varied yet one common thread runs through their tales: these are women metamorphosing from victims to survivors to advocates of peace.
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