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AFP: Talking about a menstrual revolution: Asia’s period problems (3/2).

Global Health NOW: Virginity Testing in Morocco: Assault on Dignity, or a Shield Against Assault? (Sane, 2/29).

The Guardian: Scientists turn to tech to prevent second wave of locusts in east Africa (McVeigh, 3/4).

Reuters: In Argentina’s north, indigenous children sicken and die from malnutrition (Bianco, 3/3).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: U.N. group says Salvadoran women unfairly locked up for abortion crimes (Moloney, 3/2).

Xinhua: Sri Lanka releases Wolbachia-injected mosquitoes to combat spread of dengue (3/3).

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