A young Egyptian woman holds a short-bladed scythe for weeding her family’s wheat field in the village of Mit-Rahineh south of Giza, Egypt. As a conservative Muslim, her face would normally be covered, but she pulled her niqab, face veil, up over her head since she is actively working on the farm.

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