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What is more important for a country, schools or weapons? A question asked by Malala generated a variety of responses from our readers. Some are of the opinion that the chance to get a good education is vital. Hence a post regarding a five-year-old girl being given in marriage to an adult received many comments.

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06.05.2016 | 13:25

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Women, in public and private spheres

stickenWomen’s empowerment and freedom are considered to be directly connected to the employment of women, and it is generally believed that if a woman does a job and is financially independent, the chance of her being exploited on the basis of her gender are minimal. But is it just a theory or is it actually so?

This is a blog from one of our readers, Roheena Sajid from Pakistan. We welcome other readers that would like to write for us.

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03.05.2016 | 8:24

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Women in the News

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@ Getty Images/M. Wilson

Hillary Clinton got a lot of support in the last primary. On the other hand, some people have accused her of being pandering to Wall Street. Check out this story and other topics about women.

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26.04.2016 | 9:24

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“A splash of color” in the lives of widows in India

widowThe city of Vrindavan in the north Indian state of Uttar Pradesh is also known as the ‘City of Widows’ and is home to an estimated number of 20,000 women who have lost their husbands. These women have been abandoned by their families and are shunned by the society because of many superstitions. Widows are said to bring bad luck and being a widow is considered the biggest curse for a woman.

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21.04.2016 | 12:52

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Queen Elizabeth’s royal style

© Reuters/R. Cheyne

© Reuters/R. Cheyne

The queen in pink with a pink hat, the queen in blue with a blue hat, the queen in green with a green hat: that’s how we know her now. But was it always that way? Here’s a look back at her carefully planned style.

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21.04.2016 | 11:57

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