The peace talks could see the exit of American and NATO troops from Afghanistan after 19 years of conflict.
To create sustainable solutions, it is essential to look at the link between gender inequality and the climate crisis.
This week, we are looking at how Europe is dealing with the coronavirus outbreak, we speak to FEMEN leader Inna Shevchenko about far-right patriarchy regression and female politicians, as well as a special moment with the Turkish president.
In 2014, whilst delivering her third child in Egypt, Amal Tolba suffered complications due to medical malpractice.
The Taliban ruled Afghanistan between 1996 and 2001 and enforced a regime that gave women virtually no rights, banning them from travelling, working, and getting an education.
The new legislation would put a legal obligation on the government to provide free sanitary products to "everyone in Scotland who needs to use period product"
Many protesters said they were horrified at the prospect of Trump winning an upcoming November presidential election.
Spanish law requires that the plaintiff in a rape case must present evidence of intimidation or specific violence.
As Belgium gets its first female prime minister, we take a look at how many EU countries have female leaders (clue you can count on one hand).