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Benjamin Duerr is a correspondent and foreign reporter with Al Jazeera English and the German news magazine Der Spiegel and Spiegel Online; both for television and text. He has been extensively covering the International Criminal Court (ICC) and the war crimes tribunals in The Hague. In the past years he has also reported from a dozen countries across Africa, including Rwanda, Zimbabwe and others. He is currently based in the Netherlands; previously, he was based in South Africa. He speaks six languages and works for German, Dutch and English-speaking media. Duerr was named one of Germany's top 30 young journalists in 2014. He obtained a master's degree of international criminal law from the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) in Italy.
To abort an unwanted pregnancy, some women drink bleach or home-brewed mixtures made with livestock manure. Others insert a twig or chicken bone into their uterus or rub their vagina with herbal...
Manche Frauen schlucken Bleichmittel oder selbstgebraute Getränke. Andere führen spitze Gegenstände wie Ästchen oder Hühnerknochen in die Gebärmutter ein; sie behandeln...
A single step can change a life forever. Lazaro Virniz Rice was a soldier on patrol with the Mozambican army when he walked into a field next to the road. He stepped...
Health workers use a controversial insecticide to combat malaria in a door-to-door campaign in Mozambique.