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Argentina: 'Ni Una Menos' calls for action on crimes against women

By Aude Villiers-Moriamé

In recent months, Argentinians have turned out in hundreds of thousands to protest at a wave of crimes against women. It’s a country where a woman dies almost daily in a crime that targets her because she is a woman. This has led to the creation of the collective Ni Una Menos, which means "not one woman less": not one more woman should disappear. From Buenos Aires, our correspondant Aude Villiers-Moriamé reports.

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