Protesters from across the United States marched on the capital for the third annual Women’s March on Washington.
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.
“There’s space for women, and please come and join us. Just do it.”
Female leaders in Champagne: important influences on the direction of the region.
Two women were the first to step foot in a Hindu temple in India after a Supreme Court ruling in September overturned a ban on women of menstrating age from entering. Their actions raised the ire of conservative worshippers who protested the women's entry to the temple.
A new report by the United Nations found that an average of 137 women across the world are killed by a partner or family member every day.
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.
The photographer had to learn how to use a gun to defend herself against polar bears, but she doesn't think the danger involved in her job is what puts women off.
Hannane Ferdjani meets with Maureen Ayite - AKA Nanawax - a passionate businesswoman whose ready-to-wear brand has taken the African fashion scene by storm.
Fifty-seven women have taken part in a synchronised skydive in Ukraine, setting a new world record.
Can terrorism be defeated if illiteracy were eradicated in Afghanistan
Women make up 52% of Europe's population but they account for just 30% of startup entrepreneurs. Euronews went to Italy to find out why.
Women in the Middle East and North Africa are hurdling over stereotypes in sports. Inspire Middle East met up with four women from different countries in the region to see up close and personal how they are redefining what it means to be an Arab sportswoman.
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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?