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Abducted journalists, Iraqi abuse and an abortion ban loophole.
March 8, 2006 7:57AM (UTC)
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Slate: A loophole in the South Dakota abortion ban.
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?
IRIN: Iraqi women attacked for not wearing head scarves.
Christian Science Monitor: Argentine women seek a name change.
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