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Use of force by Afghan MPs, melting glaciers in Iceland and more


This week, our Observers talk to us about some Afghan MPs' use of force toward civilians, glaciers in Iceland that are rapidly disappearing and the fight to stop female genital mutilation in Guinea during the summer break.

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