FULL POLL RESULTS: Women’s rights in the Arab world

by Thomson Reuters Foundation | Thomson Reuters Foundation
Tuesday, 12 November 2013 00:01 GMT

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LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Egypt is the worst country in the Arab world to be a woman due to endemic sexual harassment, high rates of genital cutting and a surge of violence after the Arab Spring, a Thomson Reuters Foundation expert poll showed on Tuesday.

Iraq ranked second-worst, followed by Saudi Arabia, Syria and Yemen. Comoros came out on top, followed by Oman, Kuwait, Jordan and Qatar.

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