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The student was in a “highly precarious financial situation, denied financial aid and desperate," student union Solidaires Etudiant-e-s Lyon said.
At least 15 people have died in protests that started over a hike in public transport costs.
If there is a single lesson to take away from the referendum result, it’s that large swathes of the country have been ignored, and that the opportunities available to them aren’t up to scratch.
The range also offers a choice of hair length, style, and skin tone, while featuring a more ambiguous body shape.
The death of a female football fan has raised fresh concerns over the freedom of women inside the country.
Now more than ever political leaders actually need to listen. They will find that the solutions to inequality are not coming from politicians, but are already being moved forward by people on the frontlines of the problem globally.
A recent Oxfam report shows Rwanda has the worst rates of inequality in East Africa - these women are hoping to change that.
Ago Kouitimi and Tassos Athanasopoulos had many things in common, both enjoying a good standard of living. Until the startling impacts of the economic crisis hit Greece, increasing the social gap between the workers drastically.
But France's own living conditions vary widely across the country
Euronews is preparing a special series on inequality and poverty in Europe, key themes of the forthcoming G7 summit in France.
Britain’s most influential people are five times more likely to have been to a fee-paying school, according to research.
Fourteen people die every day because of inadequate water, sanitation and hygiene, according to the World Health Organisation.
"We all suffer, but it's women and girls who suffer most"
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A video of a visually impaired French man and his guide dog being kicked out of a supermarket has sparked outrage on social media in France.
Deaths in children under five happen one and a half times more often in England than in Sweden. The authors of a new report say that's partly because the UK's more unequal wealth distribution leads to poorer maternal health for pregnant women.
A new, dangerous class has emerged amid growing inequalities and insecurities.