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Thousands of people calling for gender equality marched through central London on Sunday March 4th alongside celebrities, activists and politicians, a century after some British women won the right to vote and ahead of International Women's Day.
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The New York film and TV studio plans to file for bankruptcy after talks to sell it collapsed.
UK parliament harassment punishments
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Activist McGowan publishes autobiography
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French Government rallies round minister accused of rape
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Women's marches draw crowds in cities across the U.S
On the anniversary of Trump’s inauguration, people marched against his policies and in support of the #MeToo movement against sexual assault and harassment.