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How Georgia pioneered women's rights movement in former Soviet states
The "sexist outrages" law was passed in late September just weeks after a video of a man hitting a woman outside a Paris cafe shocked people around the world.
Theodore McCarrick is the highest ranking member of the Catholic Church to be expelled in modern times.
Some 1.2 million French women were targeted with sexist insults in 2017, but there were just four convictions over the offence, according to a major report released on Thursday.
BBC journalist Faranak Amidi explains her strategy for fighting back against the online bullies.
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 new study saw over 6,000 women surveyed in France, Spain, Italy, Germany, the UK and the USA to see where they experienced the most harassment in the street.
Thousands of Google employees marched out of 40 offices around the world last week, as part of a global protest following a bombshell report from the New York Times.
Take a look at our round-up of key stories from around Europe so far today.
A man has been jailed and fines after slapping a woman's bottom on a bus in Paris and making lewd remarks
Leslie Moonves has resigned as CEO of U.S. media giant CBS over sexual misconduct accusations from six more women
The French government has passed legislation that will impose significant fines on sexual harassment in the streets and on public transport, but contrary to recent rumors, it does not mean that prolonged stares will be fined.
The Deutsche Welle reporter took to social media to hit out harassment of female journalists
Italian prosecutors are calling for a woman's sexual harassment case against the former head of Italy's football federation to be dropped because they believe she was too old to be intimidated.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has called for a law to make "upskirting" a criminal offence after one of her own MPs blocked attempts to outlaw it on Friday.
According to CNN, the US film star is alleged to have assaulted one production assistant for months during filming of bank robbery comedy Going in Style
Harvey Weinstein is expected to turn himself in to police in New York after a warrant was issued for his arrest
The end of ETA and post-Brexit budget battles in Brussels
Sara Danius said the scandal has "already affected the Nobel Prize quite severely".
Are on-the-spot fines for sexual harassment in the street a good idea? The French government plans a new law but some feminist groups believe it might be unenforceable and counterproductive.
A former Playboy model is suing Donald Trump over a hush payment designed to prevent her disclosing her affair with the US President. Trump's legal woes are piling up: three women are currently battling him in the courts.
“No one should be afraid to speak out or coerced to stay quiet."
Singer apologies over One charity's alleged bullying and abuse culture.
The message "Maintenant On Agit" ("Now We Act") was displayed on the iconic monument ahead of International Women's Day.
Melanie Onn from the UK’s opposition Labour Party claims that tough new rules are needed to combat sexual harassment.
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