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Spanish football chief Luis Rubiales to step down over World Cup kiss
Rubiales kissed star player Jenni Hermoso on the lips as he handed the Spanish team gold medals after they beat England 1-0 in the final on Sunday in Sydney, provoking outrage in Spain.
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Protests in Bosnia as woman's murder is streamed live on social media
He tracked down his estranged partner and shot her, point blank, and streamed it all live on Instagram. A young woman's gruesome murder has left Bosnia reeling as authorities face pressure to curb partner violence.
Femicide: Is Luxembourg failing its women?
Luxembourg has made huge progress in recent years to improve gender equality and tackle domestic violence. But when it comes to women being murdered by men some have raised concerns.
After yet another murder, Italy moves to boost laws protecting women
After the latest murder of a woman by her partner, Italy is revisiting its laws protecting women from gender-based violence. But experts say new legislative measures are not what the country needs.
State of the Union: Europe Day sees Ukraine join the celebrations
The embattled country will join the rest of the EU in celebrating its foundation on May 9 and move its Remembrance Day commemorations to May 8, also in line with the EU.
MEPs vote for EU to ratify key treaty to fight violence against women
Several EU countries still refuse to ratify the Istanbul Convention and the vote in the European Parliament will not force them to do so but it should still confer women in these countries extra protection.
Interpol is seeking public's help in European cold case murders
Interpol has launched “Operation Identify Me” to identify the remains of 22 women found in the Netherlands, Belgium, and Germany.
Young women nearly four times more likely to face workplace harassment
Bullying, harassment, violence, verbal abuse and unwanted sexual attention are more likely to affect women, and more specifically frontline workers.
Thousands march for International Women’s Day in Spain
Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators took to the streets across Spain on Wednesday for International Women’s Day, a day after the country’s lawmakers debated reforming a controversial sexual consent law that inadvertently led to the reduction of sentences for over 700 offenders.
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.
'A silent epidemic': Have murders of women increased in Europe?
A staggering shortage of up-to-date data available on gender-based violence in the EU pushed a cross-border investigation to collect data independently.
Women are unjustly harmed by the fossil fuel industry. It has to end
On International Women's Day, it's important to remember that the industry's business models are reportedly driving inequality and furthering sexual and physical violence against women and gender minorities, Lisa Göldner argues.
Helping Spain's forgotten victims in the fight against gender violence
2023 has seen 10 women murdered in Spain so far as a result of gender-based violence. Joshua Alonso lost his own mother to femicide six years ago Today he runs workshops to explain gender violence to children and young people.
Upholding women's rights is 'not a charity' its a must says Guterres
Guterres called on nations to promote greater inclusivity for women in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math, he also called out the spread of misogyny on social media as well as a wide gender gap in the growing field of artificial intelligence.
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UNFPA warns of devastating impact of war on Ukrainian women and girls
One year after Russia launched its full-scale invasion of Ukraine, the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) highlights the devastating impact of the war on women and girls.
German ballet boss suspended for rubbing 'dog poo' in critic's face
German police in the state of Hannover are investigating the ballet director after he was accused of smearing animal faeces into the face of critic who's review he disliked.
Spain records highest number of women murdered in two decades
A total of 13 women have been murdered and two more seriously injured during December, prompting the Equality ministry to hold an emergency meeting.
'Woman' named Word of the Year 2022 by Dictionary.com
'Woman' is Dictionary.com's Word of the Year amid roll back of abortion rights and transgender row
UK government backs law against public sexual harassment
The British government has backed a law to criminalise public sexual harassment, increasing the penalty for catcalling and other intimidating acts.