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Somali internally displaced girls queue before getting into a classroom at a school beside an IDP camp in Dollow, Somalia April 4, 2017. | REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra

Somalia Sees 'Massive' Rise in FGM During Lockdown and Ramadan

Plan International says crisis is undermining efforts to end the ancient practice in Somalia, which has the world's highest FGM rate.
Boys and girls from the Saraniya community wearing garlands pose for pictures after their engagement ceremony at Vadia village in the western Indian state of Gujarat March 11, 2012. | REUTERS/Amit Dave

Coronavirus Puts 4 Million Girls at Risk of Child Marriage

Campaigners warn that the pandemic could undo decades of work to end child marriage.
Scene from computer game "Can You Save the World?"  which aims to help children understand how social distancing can save lives during the coronavirus pandemic. | Credit: Martin Jacob

Going Viral: Coronavirus Computer Game Teaches Children Social Distancing

"Can You Save the World?" is thought to be the world's first COVID-19 computer game.
People wearing protective masks walk in an increasingly busy street, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Milan, Italy April 18, 2020. | REUTERS/Daniele Mascol

Life After Lockdown: Cities Around the World Roll Out their Reopening Plans

Many cities are tentatively preparing to ease coronavirus lockdowns - but doing so will be a tricky balancing act. Here's what different cities have planned, from Bogota to Berlin.
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