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Ukraine Clash Tests a Far-Flung Women's Network

Tuesday, December 23, 2014

As the fighting drags on, Project Kesher leaders in the region are keeping lines of communication open among their members in the face of divisive media reports. By Skype, email and phone they tell each other what's going on.

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