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Mechanic cousins Fatou Kamara (left) and Fatou Sylla own an auto-repair shop in Dakar, Senegal, and employ eight men in a nation where few women work outside the home and those who do usually choose jobs such as sewing or hairstyling. (Associated Press)

Mechanic cousins Fatou Kamara (left) and Fatou Sylla own an auto-repair shop in Dakar, Senegal, and employ eight men in a nation where few women work outside the home and those who do usually choose jobs such as sewing or hairstyling. (Associated Press)

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