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Liberia: Ellen Johnson Sirleaf to Seek Second Term in 2011 AllAfrica, January 26, 2010

Egypt: Female Bodyguards Trade Hijabs for Aikido CS Monitor, January 22, 2010

West Africa: Rise in Opposition to Female Genital Mutilation AlterNet, January 22, 2010

Haiti: Women's movement mourns death of 3 Haitian leaders CNN, January 20, 2010

Afghanistan: Afghan Women Praise Karzai's Female Cabinet Picks Reuters, January 15, 2010

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Bolivia: Q&A: Bolivian Women’s Right to Land Thwarted by Patriarchal Traditions by Franz Chávez interviews Gaby Gómez-García, IPS, January 15, 2010

Uganda: President Hints at Softer Anti-Gay Bill The Guardian, January 13, 2010

Global: 'Hillary Effect' Cited for Increase in Female Ambassadors to US by , Washington Post, January 11, 2010

Nairobi : Mapping an African Slum All Africa, January 7, 2010

Colombia: Women Empowered by Restoring Desertified Land IPS, January 5, 2010

Half the Sky: Why You Must Join the Global Movement to Emancipate Women The WIP, January 5, 2010

Global: 2009 - Women's eNews 21 Leaders for the 21st Century Women's eNews, January 5, 2010

Nepal: Nepal's Widows Reject Govt's Remarriage Proposal Women's eNews, December 30, 2009

Burma: Court Agrees to Hear Suu Kyi Appeal Reuters, December 21, 2009

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Global: Video: World Water Crisis by Maude Barlow, Ecological Options Network, December 21, 2009

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Global: Population Control–Disingenuous Patriarchy That Does Not Empower Women by Lucinda Marshall, Feminist Peace Network, December 18, 2009

Nepal: Widows Break Tradition and Wear Red IPS, December 17, 2009

Burma: Burma Easing Restrictions on Suu Kyi? NY Times, December 16, 2009

DRC: AIDS Rights Congo: Blogging Against Gender Violence Global Voices Online, December 15, 2009

Global: The World is Winning the Landmine War by , Independent, December 15, 2009

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