Europe, you've changed. Here are the 10 events that have changed Europe in the last 10 years.
Tokyo District Court has ordered Noriyuki Yamaguchi to pay 3.3m yen (€27,000) in damages to the journalist after he allegedly raped her in in 2015.
Haenel, now 30, claims Christophe Ruggia abused her when they worked together on her debut movie, The Devils, when she was 12 to 15.
A Paris court ordered Sandra Muller to pay €15,000 in damages to a TV executive Eric Brion who she had accused of making sexually lewd remarks at a party.
Sandra Muller slammed the verdict as "incomprehensible" and urged women to continue to speak out.
Opera singer Placido Domingo, facing allegations of sexual misconduct, says he has agreed to end his career at the Metropolitan Opera in New York.
Opera stars tell Euronews about their experiences in the industry amid Plácido Domingo sexual harassment claims
Harvey Weinstein pleads not guilty to predatory sexual assault
The director of the Los Angeles opera has been accused of mistreatment by nine women.
There are thousands of similar victims in America out there watching this case and wondering if they will be heard, believed and protected if they come forward.
Two days ago, a young man called Tomasz tweeted a message suggesting that LGBTI people post photos of themselves “in school or work showing that we are the normal people whom you might meet anywhere: in the shop, on the street, the office”. He added the hashtag #jestemLGBT ("I am LGBT”).
The Oscar winner has been charged for an alleged groping incident at a bar in Nantucket in 2016 .
A settlement would have no effect on the producer's criminal case. Weinstein, who has denied all allegations, is set to go trial this fall on five counts, including rape and predatory sexual assault.
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Worries grow of another arms race as Russia removes itself from the INF treaty.
MEPs debate whether the #MeTooEP pledge will incite change within the European Parliament.
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The president’s apparent concern this week for the victims of sexual assault and abuse is curious considering his actions.
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Climate change and plastic-filled oceans have been turned into an ugly Christmas sweater design.
Marie Laguerre, a French student who was punched in the face after confronting her harasser in July, will be marching at Saturday's protest against sexual violence in Paris. She speaks to Euronews about her life since the attack.
A British politician has used Parliament's free-speech guarantee to name a prominent businessman who is accused of sexual harassment and secured a court order barring the media from revealing his identity.
Moroccan women condemn "the culture of rape and impunity".
Protesters rallied in Porto against what they see as a dated and patriarchal court system in Portugal: a judge upheld a suspended sentence for two men who raped an unconscious woman in 2016
Leslie Moonves has resigned as CEO of U.S. media giant CBS over sexual misconduct accusations from six more women
Italian actress and leading #MeToo voice denies sexual assault as Harvey Weinstein accuses her of stunning hypocrisy