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Investigation after death of Iran woman arrested by 'morality police'
The Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has ordered an investigation into the death of a young woman who was arrested by the country's so-called "morality police" for wearing an inappropriate headscarf.
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Positive news, handpicked by our team, could turn you into this weekend’s star of table conversation.
San Marino legalises abortion, one year after landmark referendum
Wednesday’s parliamentary vote was the culmination of a referendum last year.
Rapper's Delight - the birth of female MCs in Indian Kashmir
“I promise each and every abuser that one day they will shower praises in my favour and will be proud of me.” Talking loud and saying something. There are few female rappers in Kashmir but their voices are increasingly making an impact on and off the streets.
Outrage in India as rapists freed from jail for 'good behaviour'
The group of 11 men were sentenced to life for gang-raping a pregnant woman in 2002 during religious turmoil in the state of Gujarat.
Taliban one year on: The disappearing daughters of Afghanistan
For most teenage girls in Afghanistan, it’s been a year since they set foot in a classroom.
Taliban fire warning shots amid rare women's protest in Kabul
Chanting 'bread, work and freedom', around 40 women marched in front of the education ministry on Saturday
German FM offers praise and criticism on visit to Greece and Turkey
Annalena Baerbock has been meeting with her counterparts in Athens and Ankara over the weekend to discuss migrants, border security and a Mediterranean island spat.
Watch: What do MEPs think about abortion rights in Europe?
Euronews asks lawmakers if they think the latest ruling from the US Supreme Court could have spill-over effects in Europe.
European lawmakers demand that abortion be an EU fundamental right
European lawmakers condemned the US Supreme Court ruling that ended constitutional right to abortion.
How do EU member state parliaments compare on gender equality?
The share of women MPs and ministers is increasing in a majority of Member States. However, parity has not yet been achieved.
'We respect women a lot': Taliban holds 3,000-delegate men-only summit
Critics and civil society groups said it will not have legitimacy if Afghan women, who number around 20 million, do not attend.
Will travellers boycott the US because of its stance on abortion?
As the US moves to criminalise abortion across many states, is it possible that the Roe vs Wade decision could affect tourism recovery in America?
Data surveillance could put women in the dock after US abortion ruling
There is already precedent for women’s data being used against them in prosecutions surrounding abortion in the US.
Are babymoons safe? One woman’s trip to Malta has lessons for us all
After a woman was refused treatment in Malta because of the country’s strict anti-abortion laws, should pregnant women be reconsidering babymoons?
How US companies say they’ll support staff after Roe v Wade overturned
More US companies have committed to helping employees access abortion services, after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v Wade.
Maltese doctors call for abortion ban review after US woman's ordeal
A new court filing argues that Malta’s blanket ban on abortion is failing to protect women's health and is putting doctors in impossible situations.
Roe v Wade overturned: Where is Europe headed on abortion rights?
While tensions reignite in the US, Europe has seen both progress and regression in recent years when it comes to women’s reproductive rights.
Good News: Novel kidney transplant technique and Nemo’s Highway
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Poles 'risk being spied on and controlled' over 'pregnancy register'
"Nobody knows who will have the access to this very intimate, confidential data,' Polish gynaecologist Agnieszka Kurczuk told Euronews.
Pro and anti Abortion rights' advocates demonstrate in Washington DC
Carrying banners with the words "My body, my choice", the protesters chanted slogans stating that the right to abortion cannot be taken away by court order.
'Tool of repression': Anger over Poland's new 'pregnancy register'
Activists say that allowing doctors to record information on pregnancies will detect possible illegal abortions.
Japan will soon force companies to disclose gender pay gaps
Under the new rules, Japanese companies will have to disclose women's pay as a percentage of men's.
The female rap group inspiring young women across India
"Rapping gives me confidence. Rapping gives me a feeling of liberty and empowerment. It's my way of survival."
Activist Malala Yousafzai wins 2022 Cannes LionHeart Award
The award is given to recognise people harnessing their position to make a positive change in the world.
Spain unveils plans to be first in Europe for paid 'menstrual leave'
The draft law gives workers suffering acute period pain as much time off as they need, with the state social security system - not employers - footing the bill.