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What under-reported stories should we be covering? Share your ideas in the comment section below.
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"The global campaign aims to "create a world in which every woman and girl can manage her menstruation in a hygienic way". Many are trying to break the stigma of discussing this issue using #MenstruationMatters."
Social media users mark Menstrual Hygiene Day to eliminate the stigma surrounding periods.
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"Corrections officers suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder at more than double the rate of military veterans in the US, according to Caterina Spinaris, the leading professional in corrections-specific clinical research."
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I have no sympathy.
I have PTSD from that $33,000 medical bill my police department cost me and I never got any sympathy.
In fact, several lawyers turned me down for a case.
You had to create sides didn't you?
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LIVE: Before we kick off our science open editorial meeting at 16GMT, we want to warm up by hosting a Twitter chat with you all. You can join in RIGHT NOW by heading to Twitter and tweeting us your thoughts using #StreamScience!
Join our open editorial meeting to pitch ideas for future shows.
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Our science open editorial meeting is just four hours away! You can watch the Google+ hangout at stream.aljazeera.com.

And don't forget to tell us what science stories you think we should cover. Pitch us in the comments section below or tweet us on Twitter using #StreamScience.
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"They spent a few months traveling to beauty salons across India where many women, particularly Muslim, told them they did not wear certain beauty products that contained pig and alcohol. Given that India will have the world’s largest Muslim population by 2050 and currently has no halal cosmetics company, Mauli and Grishma realised that this could be a massive opportunity."
Muslim women do not want stores decorated with green flags or Islamic imagery.
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Indian women don't need makeup, most of them are already beautiful.
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Missed our #StreamScience open editorial meeting? You can catch up here
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Loved #StreamScience.  What about creative ideas from interdisciplinary research areas- bioinformatics, synthetic biology, nanotechnology etc - where the next innovations will come from that will revolutionise health as a subject/topic?
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"The streak is as impressive as it is difficult to explain. In much the same way that Kenyan runners have owned the Boston Marathon, Indian American kids have placed a stranglehold on the Scripps National Spelling Bee, winning it now for seven years in a row and all but four of the last 15 years."
Bee officials, appalled at social-media racism aimed at the 2014 co-champions, don’t want to see a repeat this week.
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wow,congratulations to them,,,,,God be with you always
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We've got two more hours before our science open editorial meeting with Femi Oke and Malika Bilal. Haven't RSVP'd yet? Well that's OK because you can still do it right now!

We will be live streaming at stream.aljazera.com.

Join the conversation on Twitter using #StreamScience.
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What stories are making headlines in your part of the world?

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People online are marking the second annual Menstrual Hygiene Day by raising awareness about menstruation and the different factors that affect girls and women around the world. ‪#‎MenstruationMatters‬
Social media users mark Menstrual Hygiene Day to eliminate the stigma surrounding periods.
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LIVE: Fearing Russian invasion, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania want more NATO forces in the region. We discuss now.

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The Stream is a social media community with its own daily TV show on Al Jazeera.
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I think of all the places Russia wants terriorty, those are the least of their concern.

Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Ukraine are the prime targets.
Ukraine especially, because of Transnistria. It's a Russian dream to place Transnistria on Russia's doorstep.
And I support Russia.
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The Stream is a social media community with its own daily TV show on Al Jazeera English.
Introduction
The Stream is a new phenomenon – a web community with its own daily show on Al Jazeera. The Stream taps into the extraordinary potential of the increasing power of social networks to disseminate news. Individuals have now become an integral part of the news information network through their ability to publish information and share opinions on events as they take place. 

The viral nature of social networks allows for such information to spread and multiply rapidly. While these developments have the potential to generate more heat than light, to a broadcaster like Al Jazeera, they are also a huge opportunity to reach news in places and at levels until now impossible. 

The Stream is a super-aggregator of these online sources, seeking out both untold stories and new, ground level takes on stories in the mainstream.