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Two Syrian women share their stories of survival in besieged Eastern Ghouta. Both are mothers of young children, and both are still living in the rebel-held enclave despite nearly constant bombardment. Also, we speak with writer Natalia Antonova about a sexual harassment case that's making news in Russia. And, we remember the first Soviet woman in space, Valentina Tereshkova, who celebrates her 81st birthday this week.