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Rape of Rohingya women sweeping, methodical
The use of rape by Myanmar’s armed forces has been sweeping and methodical, The Associated Press found in interviews with 29 Rohingya Muslim women and girls now in Bangladesh.
Women fight for a voice, space in civil society
The space for civil society organizations is shrinking around the world, with particular impacts on women activists and human rights defenders who face additional barriers due to their gender.
Women are naturally fitter than men
When it comes to getting and staying fit, women may have an aerobic edge over men, new research suggested.
Women, gender equality and climate change
French President Emmanuel Macron again sounded the alarm at the 23rd Conference of the Parties (COP23) to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).
Testosterone may be one reason why men don’t get asthma as much as women
Testosterone may tamp down asthma caused by inhaling pollen, dust or other airborne allergens.
EU proposes two-year plan to close gender pay gap
The European Commission proposed a two-year plan on Monday for closing the gender pay gap after finding little improvement in the past five years.
Women drivers 'less likely to be distracted than men'
Women are less likely to be distracted while driving then men, new research suggested.
Women advised to sleep on side to help prevent stillbirth
Women are being advised to sleep on their side in the last three months of pregnancy to help prevent stillbirth.
Older women can 'walk away from the grim reaper'
Ladies, slip on your sneakers and walk briskly every day, and you might prolong your life.
Saudi Arabia to allow women in sports stadiums
The decision gave more freedom to Saudi women, who are subject to strict gender segregation rules, after the historic lifting of a female driving ban in September.
Iran stands fourth at FIBA U-16 Women's Asia Championship
Iran finished in fourth place at the Division B of the 2017 FIBA U-16 Women's Asia Championship.
Why are so many women being murdered in Uganda?
Noah Musiba sat by the door all night listening out for a noise that would signal the return of his wife. His nine-year-old daughter, Sheerat, lay on a mattress on the floor by his feet, wide awake.
Iran UN envoy: Women primary victims of terrorism
Iran in a statement on Friday hailed Women’s role in sustainability of peace and security arrangement in various parts of the world, saying that unfortunately, they are primary victims of the terrorism.
Women still need more seats at the table
Whether targeted by perpetrators of sexual violence, oppressed by ideological extremists, or uniquely threatened by the bombing of hospital maternity units, women often bear the brunt of conflicts. Yet when it comes to peace negotiations, women too often don’t have a seat at the table. The continuing reality that men, particularly armed men, enjoy an almost exclusive role in peace processes defies both logic and evidence.

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