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Cafe near India’s Taj Mahal run by acid attack survivors closes due to coronavirus pandemic

A cafe in the Indian city of Agra that brought acid attack survivors out of their self-imposed seclusion to brave the world by cooking and serving customers has closed because of a lack of business due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Sheroes Hangout, which opened in 2014, had been the start of a new life for the six women who worked there. It gave them a badly needed income and a chance to socialise and regain their confidence after suffering chemical burns, mostly from jilted lovers or rebuffed…

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