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On Pulse today, we're looking to break free. We start in India where there's a battle going on over whether to end the centuries old practice of cutting girls in a small Muslim sect…DW's Rachel Baig explains how to make your own free choices within the tenets of Islam as a woman. And, to celebrate World Jollof rice day, we discuss whether Nigeria or Ghana should win the annual "rice off".
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The Creative Special : Poland. Wroclaw is one of two European capitals of culture 2016. Young designers are giving Polish fashion a new style. And the Keret House is the smallest house in Europe.
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