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ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN - JULY 07: A women, covered in a burqa, speaks on a mobile phone outside the Red Mosque July 7, 2008 in Islamabad, Pakistan. A day after a suicide bomber killed more than a dozen people, mostly policemen, near the Lal Masjid mosque; Islamists continue to mark the anniversary of last year's siege of the Red Mosque. In which the military operation against extremists inside the compound lead to more than a hundred people killed, by official estimates, and many more according to critics. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY ACIL TABBARA Saudi activist Manal Al Sharif, who now lives in Dubai, flashes the sign for victory as she drives her car in the Gulf Emirate city on October 22, 2013, in solidarity with Saudi women preparing to take to the wheel on October 26, defying the Saudi authorities, to campaign women's right to drive in Saudi Arabia. Under the slogan " driving is a choice ", activists have called on social networks for women to gather in vehicles on October 26, the culmination of the campaign launched in September, in the only country in the world where women do not have the right drive. AFP PHOTO/MARWAN NAAMANI (Photo credit should read MARWAN NAAMANI/AFP/Getty Images)
An Afghan protester looks on as demonstrators shout slogans during a rally in front of The Supreme Court in Kabul on March 24, 2015, held to protest the killing of Afghan resident Farkhunda. More than a thousand people protested in the Afghan capital to call for justice after a woman was brutally killed by a mob who falsely accused her of burning a copy of the Koran. The woman, 27 year-old Farkhunda, was beaten with sticks and stones and thrown from a roof before being run over by a car outside a mosque in Kabul on March 19, 2015. The mob then set her body ablaze and dumped it in Kabul river, while police allegedly looked on. AFP PHOTO / Wakil Kohsar (Photo credit should read WAKIL KOHSAR/AFP/Getty Images)
Women in khimars wait in line to cast their votes at a polling station in Daura, Katsina State, during presidential elections on March 28, 2015. Voting in Nigeria's general election has been extended to March 29 in 300 out of 150,000 polling stations, the electoral commission said, after technical glitches marred polling nationwide. AFP PHOTO / PIUS UTOMI EKPEI (Photo credit should read PIUS UTOMI EKPEI/AFP/Getty Images)
Diane Mistler, a Madagascan woman who allegedly tricked one of her many lovers into killing her husband with a fishing harpoon arrives at Perpignan's courthouse, on October 18, 2012, prior to the opening hearing of her appeal trial. Mistler is appealing against a 25-year prison sentence when she was found guilty in a first trial in this case in April 2011. AFP PHOTO / RAYMOND ROIG (Photo credit should read RAYMOND ROIG/AFP/Getty Images)
A mobile phone is displayed with the words "I divorce you" in Kuala Lumpur, 31 July 2003. Malaysia plans to outlaw divorce via mobile phone text messaging after a row erupted over an Islamic court ruling that it was acceptable. A Muslim man can end his marriage by telling his wife "I divorce you" three times, by text message. AFP PHOTO/Jimin LAI (Photo credit should read JIMIN LAI/AFP/Getty Images)
PLYMOUTH, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 11: Royal Marines line up for a parade at Plymouth Hoe on November 11, 2011 in Plymouth, England. Thousands of people lined the streets for a Remembrance parade and march through the city centre to mark the homecoming of 1,000 3 Commando Brigade Royal Marines from Afghanistan. Millions across the UK observed a two-minute silence today, to mark Armistice Day. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)
VALETTA, MALTA - MAY 15: A general view from St. Peter's Bastion across Grand Harbour on May 15, 2014 in Valetta, Malta. (Photo by Sascha Steinbach/Getty Images)
Le donne non possono guidare camion in Russia, ma nemmeno un treno o un trattore. Non possono nemmeno lavorare come vigili del fuoco, idraulici o nel settore della carpenteria.
Nelle Bahamas il marito può stuprare sua moglie: è legale se la donna ha più di 14 anni e leggi simili esistono in India, Palestina e Singapore.
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