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Global: Grassroots Women Agree: Our Biggest Problem Is Gender Violence IPS, February 24, 2011

Afghanistan: Women Take Seats in Parliament, Prepare for Road Ahead National Democratic Institute, February 23, 2011

Democratic Republic of Congo: Army Commander and 8 Soldiers Jailed for Mass Rape Global Post, February 22, 2011

Global: Why We Need Women in War Zones by Kim Barker, NY Times, February 21, 2011

Haiti: Professor, First Lady, and (Maybe) President The Miami Herald, February 16, 2011

Italy: Women Take to Streets in Anger at Berlusconi NY Times, February 14, 2011

Yemen: Female Activist Strives for an Egypt-Like Revolution The Washington Post, February 14, 2011

Egypt: Nawal El Saadawi: "We Will Not Let Egypt Burn" The Huffington Post, February 14, 2011

Sudan: Women Hold Second Pro-Detainees Demonstration in Khartoum Sudan Tribune, February 14, 2011

South Sudan: Curbing Maternal Mortality Should Be on the Nation-Building List Christian Science Monitor, February 11, 2011

Egypt: Mubarak Steps Down NY Times, February 11, 2011

Egypt: PHOTO STORY: Women of Egypt Global Post, February 11, 2011

Guatemala: Surviving the Sexist Genocide IPS, February 10, 2011

Iceland: The Most Feminist Place in the World? The Nation, February 9, 2011

Iran: Zahra Bahrami and Iran's Voices for Freedom by Abigail R. Esman, Wall Street Journal, February 7, 2011

Democratic Republic of Congo: City of Joy's Army of Women NY Times, February 7, 2011

Global: Girls Are the Best Investment Time, February 4, 2011

Bangladesh: Four Arrested After Girl 'Lashed to Death' BBC, February 3, 2011

Egypt: Women Show Courage Participating In Mubarak Protests Huffington Post, February 3, 2011

Egypt: Women Lay Claim to Revolutionary Role Women's eNews, February 3, 2011

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