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War is particularly hard on women and children, and healing their wounds is going to take effort and money, writes Dominic MacSorley.

7th September, 2013

War is particularly hard on women and children, and healing their wounds is going to take effort and money, writes Dominic MacSorley.

One of the more notable facts about the Syria crisis is that women's voices are still going largely unheard and unheeded, as they have in all recent conflicts throughout the world.

The voices missing from the debate are those of women like Lena Dibjuma, just one of the women I met on my...

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