Iraqi women protesting for a better future

Meet the women in Baghdad's Tahrir Square as they make their voices heard.

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    Iraqi women have turned out in huge numbers at the demonstrations currently gripping the country.

    Volunteer medics, artists and orators, women of all ages are out fighting for change.

    Al Jazeera's Mohammed Jamjoom met some of them at a protest in the capital, Baghdad.


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