The US President has given more employers the right to opt out of offering coverage, on religious or moral grounds
India has one of the lowest female labour force participation rates in the world, and this number is declining.
These 60-tonne yellow trucks are a familiar sight around Pakistan's largest open pit mine in the Thar desert. Usually driven by men, now the region's women are eyeing a road out of poverty by snapping up truck-driving jobs
Saudi Arabia's decree allowing women to drive is hailed as both a victory for human rights and a money-saver for many families.
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Interview with entrepreuneur Tanya Heath on her innovative shoe heel concept.
Romania and Bulgaria have the highest proportion of teenage mothers in the European Union, new figures have revealed.
Nearly one-in-ten births in
The female workforce of a Ukrainian clothing factory has forcibly resisted a disputed takeover of their clothing factory.
The RAF becomes the first branch of the British military to open up all roles to men and women.
The team beat England 41-32 in a thrilling Women's Rugby World Cup final in Belfast
Rules also exclude women with facial hair or fertility problems from classrooms
Female wrestling has had a boost since the Netflix show, 'Glow' hit our screens.
An Australian cafe is charging its male customers more to draw attention to the Australian gender pay gap.
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) wants to write potentially harmful cliched roles out of the script.
3D imaging technology and forensics archaeology used to reveal face from Peru's ancient past
An informal survey published today by the World Heart Federation reveals a significant number of women in the United Kingdom, France, Germany and
Latvian Jelena Ostapenko is first unseeded woman to win Roland Garros since Briton Margaret Scriven in 1933
Boko Haram militants have released 82 of the more than 200 schoolgirls kidnapped in the Nigerian town of Chibok more than three years ago.
The women said they were standing up against political oppression and violence, as weeks of unrest in the country continues.