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Sumo wrestling, brought to Brazil by Japanese immigrants in the early 20th century, is growing fast in the country and women make up around half the country's 600 sumo wrestlers.
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History’s first Latin American pope marks his 10th anniversary on Monday as head of the Roman Catholic Church
Rising period poverty: France announces free sanitary products
Charities have welcomed the move but say it could also be extended to older women or single mothers who are not immune from period poverty.
Women all over the world march for their rights
Islamabad, Kabul, Pristina, Sarajevo, Manila, Seoul and Tokyo: worldwide, women marched and protested during International Women's Day demanding gender equality and denouncing violence against women.
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Spanish domestic abuse victims break the silence
Last year in Spain 50 women were murdered by their partners. Euronews reporter Julián López travelled to the south of the country to see how survivors are fighting back against male violence.
How my best friend and I put guilt aside and keep travelling as mums
International Women’s Day is a good reminder for mothers to set aside time for themselves to pursue their passions.
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Angela Maxwell set out to prove female travellers can ‘do anything’. She learnt some valuable lessons through the hardships she encountered en-route.
Gender parity in tech: Where in Europe are women inventing the most?
The gap between men and women inventors is wider in Europe than in other parts of the world. But women in these countries are leading the way.
Meet the women leading the way in Europe
Trans rights, abortion access, climate change and feminism: as the world marks International Women’s Day, Euronews spoke to some of the European women leading the way in their fields.
Historic first: Every country in the world now has women in parliament
While women's parliamentary representation is growing, experts say it will take decades before reaching gender parity.
Young girls poisoned in Iran in suspected attempt to ‘close schools'
On Wednesday, over one hundred girls were sent to hospital after they were poisoned by gas at their schools, joining hundreds of similar cases since November
I experienced the kindness of strangers while couch-surfing in Sweden
Couch-surfing can be a safe way to travel, even as a solo female. Here's how I did it.
Explore the art, technology and science behind beauty in the UAE
Euronews explores the pioneering technology that is revolutionising the world of beauty in the UAE.
Dads have always been older than mums, study finds
According to a new study, men have historically been seven years older than women when first having children.
Qatar opens its doors to the performing arts
From aerial arts to street jazz, visiting musicians, and Bollywood musicals, Qatar is opening up to a vibrant dance and performance scene
Rohingya refugees arriving in Aceh
More than 100 weak and hungry Rohingya Muslim refugees were among the latest group to reach ashore in Indonesia on Sunday after a long and dangerous journey aboard a wooden boat.
Best of Qatar 365: From bees to a woman-led business
Learn more about Qatar 365's favourite stories: From one of Qatar’s first beekeepers to the first woman to run a business in Doha’s Souq Waqif.
Breaking all the rules! Iraqi furniture-maker carves up stereotypes
Breaking all the rules! Female Iraqi carpenter and furniture-maker Nour al-Janabi is carving out a fine career in a male-dominated domain industry.
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Day 25 of our Cultural Advent Calendar. The lionesses won where England's men's team lost, and proved a valuable lesson along the way.