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Subject Espresso - Egyptian women seek cheap ways to 'prove' virginity, Kenyan loans incentivise women to plant mangroves, Italian boxer Testa comes out as gay
Date December 6, 2021 11:53 AM
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In conservative Egypt, women seek low-cost ways to 'prove' virginity [[link removed]]

For brides, a torn hymen can lead to shaming by relatives or in-laws. In the worst cases, it can motivate so-called honour killings

Loans keep women afloat as they plant fast-vanishing mangroves in Kenya [[link removed]]

Coastal communities rely on mangroves to provide habitats for fish and protect their homes from flooding - and giving financial incentives to plant more can boost conservation

Boxing-Italian boxer Testa comes out as gay after Olympic success [[link removed]]

More than 160 openly LGBTQ athletes competed in Tokyo, making it the most inclusive Games ever held

World food prices climb in November, stay at 10-year peak - FAO [[link removed]]

Food prices continue to rise due to strong demand for wheat and dairy products, the U.N. food agency said on Thursday

Motor racing-Hamilton's LGBTQ+ stance reflects big shift in F1 attitudes [[link removed]]

Lewis Hamilton has used his platform as Formula 1's most successful driver of all time to champion equality

Brazilian Supreme Court orders probe into Bolsonaro for linking COVID-19 vaccines to AIDS [[link removed]]

Bolsonaro was temporarily suspended from both Facebook and YouTube after he said that COVID-19 vaccines raised chance of contracting AIDS

Facebook could be sued by consumer groups, EU court adviser says [[link removed]]

Facebook may be sued for a violation of privacy rights in a case which could pave the way for similar action across the EU

Opinion OPINION: It’s high time for corporate execs to do more for disabled staff [[link removed]]

It is critical for corporate executives to listen to the disability community and those who advocate for workforce inclusivity and equality.

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