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Abducted journalists, Iraqi abuse and an abortion ban loophole.


Sarah Karnasiewicz
March 8, 2006 7:57AM (UTC)

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Slate: Having too many choices in life makes women unhappy.

AlterNet: Reporter Helen Thomas on work, war and women in journalism.

Reuters: With mercury levels rising, is sushi unsafe?

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IRIN: Iraqi women attacked for not wearing head scarves.

Christian Science Monitor: Argentine women seek a name change.


Sarah Karnasiewicz

Sarah Karnasiewicz is a freelance writer and photographer based in Brooklyn, N.Y. Until recently, she was senior editor at Saveur magazine; prior to that she was deputy Life editor at Salon. She has contributed to the New York Times, the New York Observer and Rolling Stone, among other publications. For more of her work, visit thefastertimes.com/streetfood and Signs and Wonders.

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