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    Acid Attack Survivors Find Strength, Acceptance at Cafei
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    January 20, 2016 10:17 AM
    India, a country grappling with violence against women, has one of the highest rates of acid attacks in the world. Anjana Pasricha reports from the northern town of Agra on a café that is giving a new life to acid attack victims by winning social acceptance for them.

    Acid Attack Survivors Find Strength, Acceptance at Cafe

    Published January 20, 2016

    India, a country grappling with violence against women, has one of the highest rates of acid attacks in the world. Anjana Pasricha reports from the northern town of Agra on a café that is giving a new life to acid attack victims by winning social acceptance for them.


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