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The women’s world cup is giving athletes a platform to demand equality

Fans made sure their voice was heard. Image: REUTERS/Denis Balibouse

Lin Taylor

Journalist, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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Soccer Football - Women's World Cup - Round of 16 - Germany v Nigeria - Stade des Alpes, Grenoble, France - June 22, 2019 Nigeria's Halimatu Ayinde in action with Germany's Alexandra Popp Image: REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
Soccer Football - Women's World Cup - Quarter Final - France v United States - Parc des Princes, Paris, France - June 28, 2019 Megan Rapinoe of the U.S. celebrates scoring their first goal Image: REUTERS/Benoit Tessier

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