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This Human Right's Watch video is part of a wider 63-page report, “Those Terrible Weeks in their Camp” that documents the horrors that the girls who were kidnapped by Boko Haram were subjected to. 

Saudi activist Lamia Bukhari debates a cleric about the kingdom's ban on women driving. Saudi Arabia is the only country in the world where women are not allowed to drive. The "October 26" campaign to end the ban has gained traction this year with organizers calling on women to post videos of themselves driving.

Thirty-five percent of Kurdish fighters are women. Some of them have taken time off school to fight against the Islamic State.

An activist with the secular Syrian group 'Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently' talks to the Wall Street Journal about how life in Raqqa, Syria, has become both dangerous and oppressive.

In the 1960s and '70s, Afghanistan was beoming a modern country. Women went to universities and become professionals. All that changed when the Taliban took over and life for women become a throwback to the Middle Ages. 

Members of the biker gang called 'No Surrender' have joined the Kurdish Peshmerga forces, saying that with the Yazidis being killed, 'You cannot stay at home stting on your couch.'

Anaalysts say the new video released by the Islamic State is merely for propaganda purposes. The terror group's real strategy in fighting looks completely different.