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42000 participants and 1250 start-ups joined the famous Web Summit in Lisbon this year.
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There is no safe level of alcohol consumption and the risk of breast cancer increases with each unit of alcohol per day, the WHO has warned.
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The decision, announced on Tuesday, follows on from the landmark decision in Scotland last month to make period products free for all.
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Women's rights organisations fear eviction in Rome
Being a woman is no guarantee for being feminist. Women's rights organisations in Rome accuse the mayor of lack of protection, as they face eviction.
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Jamaican crowned Miss World 2019 says beauty pageants still have value
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Spanish general election result could hinge on female voters
With Spain's election happening next Sunday, a poll shows 60% of undecided voters are women which has some parties vying for their vote.
How is Europe marking International Women's Day?
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Frock 'n' roll: Man-free music festival 'violated discrimination laws'
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In which country do women experience the most street harassment?
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.
Photos chronicle life - and potential death - in the Arctic
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Thousands march against spycam epidemic in South Korea
Tens of thousands of South Korean women have been taking part in a mass protest in Seoul against secretly-filmed spycam pornography.
Toy is a song about empowerment, says Eurovision winner
Netta's supporters celebrated not only her Eurovision win but the message behind the victory. The Israeli singer described her song as one of empowerment, wrapped in a heavy vibe.