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rashida-tlaib-freaks-out-states-freedom-of-speech-doesnt-exist-for-muslim-women-in-congress
OPINION | This article contains political comments that reflect the author's opinion.Rashida Tlaib made remarks suggesting that "freedom of speech for Muslim women does not exist in Congress," according to The Blaze.“There is no freedom of speech for Muslim women in Congress. The benefit of the doubt does not exist for Muslim women in Congress. The...
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women-participation-in-asia-ecommerce-is-a-280-billion-opportunity
Southeast Asia's e-commerce market could grow by more than $ 280 billion by 2030 if large online shopping marketplaces emerge Do more to encourage and empower women entrepreneurs, according to a new report from International Finance Corporation.The "anonymity" of e-commerce has lowered many of the barriers to entry women traditionally face and given them opportunities to thrive in new...
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women-participation-in-asia-ecommerce-is-a-260-billion-opportunity
Southeast Asia's e-commerce market could grow by more than $ 260 billion by 2030 if large online shopping marketplaces emerge Do more to encourage and empower women entrepreneurs, according to a new report from International Finance Corporation.The "anonymity" of e-commerce has lowered many of the barriers to entry women traditionally face and given them opportunities to thrive in new...
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Rochelle Walensky, director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), listens during a Senate Fund Subcommittee hearing on Wednesday May 19, 2021 in Washington, DC, United States.Greg Nash | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesOfficials with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Wednesday that they were awaiting data from studies testing Covid-19 vaccines on...
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The Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday called on states to temporarily stop using Johnson & Johnson's Covid-19 vaccine "out of caution" after six women in the US developed a rare blood clotting disorder in which one woman was dead and one the other critical was a condition."Right now, these adverse events seem extremely rare," the FDA said in...
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