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Photography Project Lets Young Afghan Girls Share Their View of the World. Most of these students have never held a camera.
When Islamic State stormed her town, Layla Mohammed fled, but she is now back and determined to rebuild against the odds. Mohammed is breaking boundaries in Syrian town freed from Islamic State.
In a country considered one of the worst places on earth to be female, where women face daily harassment and obstacles due to their gender, being online has given them more freedom in their protracted battle for equal rights.
FIFA’s U-17 Women’s World Cup will kick off on September 30 in Jordan. Many girls’ dream is about to become reality and they will make history later this year when they take part in their first ever football world cup.
A Muslim woman in France who was fired for refusing to remove her headscarf should have been allowed to cover her head at work, a legal advisor to the EU’s top court has stated, adding that the request amounts to “unlawful direct discrimination.”