Friday, March 28, 2014

No Medical Care for Woman with No Mahram in Saudi Arabia

Romina Barakzai, younger sister of Afghan women's cricket team captain Diana Barakzai, practices in Kabul in February. The country's women want to play a vital role in the cricket world, Diana Barakzai said. [Sayed Zaland]

‘I Had To Terminate My Pregnancies Because I Was Carrying Girls’
Eight Pregnant Women Arrested In Nigerian 'Baby Factory'
A Call for Universal Access to Safe, Legal Abortion
Companies in Saudi Arabia Still Want Guardian’s Permission to Employ Women
Shoura Urges More Benefits for Female Breadwinners
Marriages down, divorce rates up last year in Turkey
Pak Legislator Demands Stricter Punishment for Child Marriage Because Of Health Risks
Pak Women MPAs Design Gender Responsive Plans
Google Sued By Anti-Muslim Film's Actress Again
Jimmy Carter Calls Sex-Selective Abortion the ‘Worst Human Rights Abuse
Afghan Women Compete In Cricket World
Compiled by New Age Islam News Bureau

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