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How women's football has evolved inside and outside the Middle East

How women's football has evolved inside and outside the Middle East
 
Honey Thaljieh before a debate at the Institut du Monde Arabe in Paris, June 13 2019 Rfi / Anne-Marie Bissada

Even though no Middle Eastern countries qualified for this year's Women’s World Cup , the sport is alive and growing across the region. In this edition of Mid-East Junction, we meet Honey Thaljieh, the woman behind the first women's national Palestinian team. Clicke here to read the full article, otherwise click the 'play' button above to listen or subscribe to the podcast by searching 'RFI Mid-East Junction'


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