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German footballer fined €1.2 million for assaulting ex-girlfriend
The Munich court found the former international guilty of assault, battery, and insult charges.
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Efforts to tackle femicide are moving ahead, but still have a long way.
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In the long drawn out defamation case, Depp's prosecution has finally finished making its case and Heard has now been able to give her side of events.
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Feminist groups denounce French government's 'silence' after femicides
French associations "#NousToutes" and "Féminicides Par Compagnons ou Ex" both reported three femicides in different parts of France within a 12-hour period on New Year's Day.
European human rights court urges Russia to tackle domestic violence
Judges said domestic violence against Russian women is occurring on a “staggering scale”.
Uffizi Gallery exhibition highlights violence against women
Titled 'Lo sfregio' ("The scar") the exhibition opened in advance for the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. It will be on view through December 19 at the Uffizi Galleries in Florence.
UN begins 16-day activism campaign highlighting female abuse
The International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women on November 25 is the occasion to highlight the many struggles women from around the world continue to face, including domestic abuse, genital mutilation, online violence, and femicide.
Footballer Lucas Hernandez avoids prison in Spain after winning appeal
The World Cup-winning footballer had been facing jail time in Spain for violating a restraining order.
French World Cup winner Lucas Hernandez faces prison in Spain
Spanish courts have ordered that Hernandez be imprisoned for failing to comply with a 2017 restraining order.
Anti-femicide protests test Kosovo's government after brutal murder
The murder has sparked unprecedented levels of anger, especially among women.
French woman convicted of killing 'monster' abuser, set free
Valerie Bacot given a symbolic four-year prison sentence for killing her abusive husband
Greek pilot has confessed to killing his British wife, say police
A Greek pilot who initially claimed his wife had been killed by robbers during a dramatic home invasion has now confessed to her murder, say police.
Poland moves a step closer to quitting domestic violence treaty
The Polish government claims the Istanbul Convention does not respect religion and promotes controversial ideologies about gender.
'Sobriety tags' on offender's ankle fight alcohol-related crime in UK
The electronic devices analyse offenders' sweat and alert the probation service if they detect alcohol.
This Polish teen's cosmetics website is helping women escape violence
Poland has one of the worst records on preventing violence against women in Europe.
83% of young women limit movement to avoid harassment, survey says
A stunning 83% of young women limit themselves in order to avoid harassment, a survey of EU citizens found.
Names of 111 women lost to femicide in 2020 pasted on Paris walls
Protesters in Paris pasted the names of 111 women killed by domestic violence in 2020 on walls in the city in an improvised memorial.