Here's a roundup of some of the brightest stories from the week to cheer up your Friday
The MENA region’s entrepreneurship ecosystem is growing in size and stature thanks to business accelerator schemes, alternative financing and an expanding community of angel investors and professional mentors.
The lowest-altitude match at the Dead Sea comes less than a year after the same group broke the Guinness World Record for the highest-altitude football game played.
Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Sulman says women need no longer wear full-length black robes as long as their dress is "decent and respectful".
Inspire Middle East celebrates the region’s love for the written word at the 10th anniversary of the Emirates Airline Festival of Literature, by spotlighting some of the regional and international talents on the ground.
Statisticians have tallied the number women working in parliaments around the world and ranked countries from highest to lowest. So how did Europe do?
Creative concepts in the capital: Luminaries gather at the Abu Dhabi Ideas Weekend
On the occasion of the International Women's day, we made a selection of creative and unique women who we met in the last months.
It's the first year McDonald's celebrates International Women's Day this way, and some customers are lovin' it.
Look back at Euronews' live blog on International Women's Day events from across the world.
The Spanish archipelago is the only EU territory that charges zero tax on female hygiene products.
Since 2005, there has been a significant reduction in abortions in most European Union member states, according to data analysed by Euronews.
Saudi women were only allowed into stadiums in January.
The majority of scientists and engineers in Lithuania, Bulgaria and Latvia are women.
#Mosquemetoo launched on Twitter to denounce the sexual harassment of Muslim women during the Hajj pilgrimage is going viral.
Irish emigrants have pledged to return home to vote in favour of ending the country’s near-total ban on abortion.
The move coincides with the 100th anniversary of the Representation of the People Act, which extended voting rights to millions of women over 30.
The General Directorate of Passports had announced two weeks earlier it was looking for female applicants for roles at airports and the country's land borders.
Euronews looks at abortion regulations across the European Union to find out whether countries are pro- or anti-abortion.
Voters will have the first opportunity in 35 years to overhaul some of the world's strictest abortion rules.
For the first time in the 48-year history of the World Economic Forum, the 2018 summit in Davos, Switzerland will be chaired entirely by women
With Japan's aging population and shrinking workforce, what are companies doing to woo female workers?
Headline-grabbing announcements regarding women's rights obscure the conflicts within families and throughout society over justice and the rule of law.
A year of the Trump administration has given women plenty of food for thought, and many of them feel sick.
Last night, Polish MPs voted to refer a Stop Abortion amendment to a parliamentary committee for consideration
French actor Catherine Deneuve and about 100 other prominent French women say flirting is not a crime and that the #metoo movement has led to a form of feminism that promotes the "hatred of men and of sexuality".