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Al Jazeera 31 Dec 2019

Muslim women detained in China claim forced abortions


Muslim women who were detained in northwest China's detention camps have accused authorities of abusing and forcing them to have abortions.
Al Jazeera has spoken to some, and in Part Two of our special series, Osama Bin Javaid meets ethnic Kazakh women who say they feel there is nothing they can do to bring their abusers to justice.

In New Delhi's Shaheen Bagh neighborhood, beside open sewers and electric wires dangling dangerously, a group of Muslim women in colorful headscarves sit in resistance to a new citizenship law that has unleashed protests across the country. (Jan. 24)
Since December, crowds across India have mobilized to protest against the government of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, after it passed a law that many see as discriminatory against Muslims.
Archaeologists have discovered that a tomb in the Russian town of Devitsa contained the remains of four women dressed in arms and armor. RT producer and ancient history expert Joseph Ricci, PhD gives us the scoop about this exciting discovery.

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More than 100 Uyghur gravesites and tombs in China appear to have been destroyed. CNN's Matt Rivers reports.

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