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On today's show: A conversation with the director of the Women Under Siege project; Violence as a tool of war in Mali; Using graffiti to fight domestic violence in Brazil; Russian adoption heartbreak and a home for transgender elders in Indonesia.

Produced by: Jaaron Kutt, Maik Eckert, Nancy Isenson, Kate Laycock and Andy Valvur

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Women under siege

War and crisis are difficult for everyone but can be catatastrophic for women. A conversation with Women Under Siege director Lauren Wolfe.

Interview by: Kate Laycock

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The rape crisis in Mali

Insurgents used one of the worst tactics of war in Mali - the rape of women. Listen to their stories in this report from Bamako.

Report by: Damon Van der Linde

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Graffiti to fight domestic violence

Rio de Janeiro street artist Panmela Castro creates graffiti murals to combat the epidemic of violence against women in Brazil.

Report by: Sam Cowie

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More love letters, please!

Hannah Brencher is the founding director of moreloveletters.com and, quite possibly, one of the world's busiest people come Valentine's Day.

Interview by: Kate Laycock

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From Russia without love

An international dispute between Russia and the US means that one American family will not be able to adopt a special needs child from Russia.

Report by: Mareike Aden

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Transgender retirement

One woman tries to create a retirement home for some of Indonesia's almost 3 million transgender citizens.

Report by: Rebecca Henschke

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Long love the king

With the death of Cambodian monarch Norodom Sihanouk, the outpouring of grief is very visible. Cambodians clearly loved their king.

Report by: Kyle James

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