The sculptor of Manhattan's famous "Charging Bull" says New York City infringed on his rights in allowing the smaller "Fearless Girl" statue.
The Grand National is the most valuable jump race in Europe where world-class jockeys compete for a prize of £1 million, but the Friday that preceded the big race (April 7, 2017) was all about the…
Commuters in Mexico City have been greeted with an unusual sight recently, as the UN and Mexico City’s local government teamed up to combat sexual harassment with a novel…
Feminists would have likely given full marks for theory, but zero for practice.
Femicide is essential to genocide.
"Makeup under Camouflage" competition held for female Russian soldiers
Far-right polish MEPJanusz Korwin-Mikke is to be investigated by the European Parliament for insisting women should earn less money then men.
UNICEF claims African women and child migrants are at increasing risk during passage to Europe and after arrival at the hands of smugglers, criminals or the authorities.
Stalking and harassment is making apartment-hunting an ordeal for women in Berlin
A new online video campaign designed to raise awareness about the issue of pay equality in New Zealand hit the internet on February 15.
Pro and anti-abortion campaigners have been facing off in the US.
Following the banishing of bare-breasted women sunbathers from a beach in Buenos Aires, dozens of topless protesters, along with hundreds of fully-clothed supporters have taken to the…
What could drive a mother to douse her own daughter in petrol and set her alight?
A female-only driving school in Cairo is hoping to motivate more women to get behind the wheel and learn the basics of car maintenance.
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Organisers of the January 21 event are expecting around one million people to march in at least 300 sister events globally.
A spokesman for the governor of Kandahar says the women were in charge of searching female travellers at Kandahar airport.
Shocking footage has emerged of the moment a thug kicked a woman in the back as she walked down the stairs in a metro station in Berlin.
The sharing economy could be worth 335bn euros by 2025. But what about the promises of making the world a fairer, greener and more socially-connected place? That was up for debate at the Woman's Forum
Pirelli calendars known for their images of scantily-clad models has made headlines since 1963 and this coming year is no exception, but with a twist.
Somalia is a patriarchal society which has never had a female leader till until recently when two women took a step to make that dream a reality.
Polish women are getting free self-defence training from the army.