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FEATURE-India's bonded workers battle "captivity mentality" af...

By Anuradha Nagaraj CHENNAI, India, Aug 16 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - After his rescue from abuse and overwork as a bonded labourer in a brick kiln in south India, Shanmugam Paneer has set up his own business making household items from bamboo. DNA, 3 days ago

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FEATURE-Loans for solar systems make power affordable in rural Kenya

By Anthony Langat NAIVASHA, Kenya, Aug 15 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - It is early evening in Ndabibi village in Naivasha, and there are threatening clouds overhead.
 DNA5 days ago FEATURE-Kale power: Water for crops gives women in Kenya's drylands a voice  DNA1 week ago FEATURE-For women in Kenya's dry north, water is power  DNA2 months ago

INTERVIEW-Modernising land records in Honduras can help stem violence, says analyst

By Rina Chandran NEW DELHI, Aug 11 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Using digital technology to record land deals in Honduras can help clean up a corrupt system, protect the poor against eviction and stem violence in the world's most dangerous place for ...
 DNA1 week ago Indian states look to digitise land deals with blockchain  DNA1 week ago FEATURE-Landless and widowed women in south India bear brunt of drought  DNA1 week ago Kashmiri woman challenges state's "discriminatory" property law  DNA2 weeks ago

Love is in the air on India's first LGBT radio show

By Roli Srivastava MUMBAI, Aug 14 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Outspoken Indian gay rights activist Harish Iyer is used to fighting for equal rights but over the last month he has turned into a messenger of love.
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FEATURE -Long road to recovery for South Sudan's youngest

By Stefanie Glinski JUBA, South Sudan, Aug 9 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - For the past two weeks, Sandy has slept on the dirty floor of a small and stuffy tent, squeezed in tightly with 54 other women and girls and countless night-biting mosquitoes.
 DNA1 week ago FEATURE-South Sudan's women deminers brave danger to change their children's future  DNA1 month ago INTERVIEW-Mothers and babies at risk amid critical midwives' shortage in South Sudan  DNA1 month ago FEATURE-In South Sudan's war, shelter protects girls from selling sex  DNA2 months ago

India's top judge urged to end quickfire Muslim divorce law

By Nita Bhalla NEW DELHI, Aug 10 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - India's top judge was urged on Thursday to scrap a civil law that permits Muslim men to divorce their wives by simply stating their intention three times, a practice that has even left some wives ...
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INTERVIEW-Indian nun rescues Cameroonian sex slaves from Middle East

By Inna Lazareva YAOUNDE, Aug 10 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A celebrated Indian nun who rescues Cameroonian women from slavery in the Middle East has called for greater support for victims to help them recover from the horrors of being drugged, raped and ...
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INTERVIEW-Can machines step in where humans failed and tackle modern slavery?

By Anuradha Nagaraj CHENNAI, India, Aug 9 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - With more than 20 million humans working as modern slaves, a technology developer is hoping artificial intelligence will help clean up the world's supply chains and root out worker abuse.
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Protesters against India dam evictions fear more violence after police action

By Rina Chandran and Suchitra Mohanty MUMBAI/NEW DELHI, Aug 8 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - H undreds of protesters demanding better resettlement options for villagers displaced by a dam in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, are bracing for more ...
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INTERVIEW-With climate change driving child marriage risks, Bangladesh fights back

By Laurie Goering LONDON, July 20 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Climate change-driven extreme weather - from flooding and mudslides to blistering heat - is accelerating migration to Bangladesh's cities, raising the risks of problems such as child marriage, ...
 DNA1 month ago INTERVIEW-With backyard flooded, Palau president opens to China climate leadership  DNA1 month ago G20 not yet doing enough to prevent dangerous climate change - campaigners  DNA1 month ago Climate change "will hurt U.S. economy, increase inequality" - study  DNA1 month ago
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