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Violence against women in Egypt
Violence against women in Egypt
247 women killed.... A community swimming towards chaos
The Land Center for human Rights issued report No. (57) of the economic and social rights series issued by the center. The report aims to recognize violence against women by monitoring and analyzing the content of Egyptian newspapers during the six months beginning from January until the end of June 2007.
Tuesday, July 31,2007 19:11
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