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Iraqi women fight for their rights
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“We are in Iraq this month to meet women in Baghdad, Najaf, and Iraqi Kurdistan, who are fighting their own kind of war.

A human rights activist, two war widows and a female soldier are struggling to regain the rights Iraqi women have lost.

Every month in Women and War we bring you the untold stories of women who are fighting, across the world.”

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