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Artigo
2 July 2002
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Autor: Karen DeYoung, Washington Post

Study Blames Poor Education, Political Repression, Treatment of Women

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Artigo
2 July 2002
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Autor: UN Wire

The development of Arab nations is significantly hindered by lack of freedom, repression of women and an inadequate education system, according to a U.N. Development Program-sponsored report slated for release today in Cairo...Arab scholars and experts...

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Artigo
2 July 2002
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Autor: U.N. Development Programme

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Artigo
2 July 2002
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Autor: BBC News

Chemicals found in the environment pose a threat to human fertility, scientists say. Men and women may have been exposed to these chemicals from paints, pesticides and cleaning products, as well as beer, vegetables and soya. It is likely to be female...

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Artigo
1 July 2002
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Autor: Roula Khalaf, Financial Times

In a stinging indictment of the region's performance, the Arab Human Development Report issued on Monday highlights the failure of governments to turn the region's vast oil wealth into economic benefits

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Artigo
1 July 2002
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Autor: World Health Organization

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Artigo
28 June 2002
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Autor: China Labour Bulletin

China Labour Bulletin has learned that over 2,000 retired women workers of Daqing Petroleum Administration Bureau (DPAB) staged protests in front of the bureau's headquarters on 24 June, 2002 to demand better pension payments. The women pensioners...

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Artigo
26 June 2002
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Autor: Reuters

More than one-fourth of the nation's lakes have advisories warning consumers that fresh-caught fish may be contaminated with mercury, dioxins or other chemicals, the Environmental Protection Agency said yesterday...Eating fish that contain high...

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Artigo
26 June 2002
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Autor: Robert Capps, Salon.com

Pending lawsuits allege that U.S. military contractors on duty in Bosnia bought and "owned" young women. But the accused men have never been -- and will never be -- brought to justice. [refers to DynCorp]

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História
26 June 2002
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