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An Afghan woman sits while waiting to go back to Afghanistan from a United Nations funded repatriation centre in the western city of Peshawar, Pakistan. June 20, 2012.  Photo By FAYAZ AZIZ/REUTERS

Cameron Diaz has not used deodorant in 20 years!

An Afghan woman sits while waiting to go back to Afghanistan from a United Nations funded repatriation centre in the western city of Peshawar, Pakistan. June Photo By FAYAZ AZIZ/REUTERS

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Globally women earn less than men. It's time to work together for equal pay.

Refugee camp in #Kabul, #Afghanistan

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In Afghanistan, Colonel Bayaz is the first woman district police chief! #progress4all www.undp.org/focusonwomen

In Afghanistan, Colonel Bayaz is the first woman district police chief! #progress4all www.undp.org/focusonwomen

When Fatemeh from Afghanistan the most important thing she brought with her was money."I will take my money with me. Money is the only thing that will help me survive for a while".   -  Fatemeh from Iran    - Visit 1family: http://www.unhcr.org/1family

When Fatemeh from Afghanistan the most important thing she brought with her was money."I will take my money with me. Money is the only thing that will help me survive for a while". - Fatemeh from Iran - Visit 1family: http://www.unhcr.org/1family

Internally displaced Afghan children listen to crank-powered radios distributed by Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty in Kabul, Afghanistan on Friday, Sept. 17, 2010. Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty this week started distributing 20,000 free radio sets to Afghans, including those in distant mountain villages and refugee camps to counter the Taliban-sponsored stations, the so called "Mullah Radios", that operate mainly in the tribal areas along the Pakistani border and air propaganda that drives…

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Afghan refugee children in Pakistan, 2011

Afghan refugee children gather in a slum area on the outskirts of Islamabad, Pakistan, Monday, June 2011 - the day recognized as World Refugee Day.

n'djamena chad | Photograph:Women shop at a market in N'Djamena, Chad.

The capital city of Chad is N'Djamena, also known for being the largest city. It has almost a million people living there and has many meat, fish, and cotton industries. This city is very dry most of the time and has a little amount of education.

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Catholic Charities Maine Refugee and Immigrant Services has resettled more than refugees in the past 30 years. With refugees continuing to arrive in

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