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U.S. soldiers charged with rape, progress for pregnant women with malaria, Mike Tyson on fighting women and more!
October 19, 2006 1:30AM (UTC)
CNN: Four United States soldiers have been charged with rape and murder in connection with the death of a 14-year-old girl, her sister and their parents in Mahmoudiya, Iraq.
Reuters: News out of Africa regarding a study that offers hope to pregnant women with malaria.
Sports Illustrated/CNN.com: Mike Tyson wants to fight women. Gawd, give me strength.
Forbes: Older women are not getting proper breast cancer treatment.
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