The African press is dominated by the situation in Nigeria following President Goodluck Jonathan’s declaration of a state of emergency in the northern states of Borno, Yobe and Adamawa.
Four members from the feminist Femen group struck again in central Paris on Sunday, interrupting a rally organised by far-right groups commemorating the Saint Joan of Arc.
Saturday’s general election in Pakistan will see a 129.8 per cent rise in the number of women candidates compared to the previous elections in 2008.
Saturday’s general election in Pakistan will see an almost 130 per cent rise in the number of women candidates compared to the previous elections in 2008.
Two French companies have been fined for failing to observe France’s equal pay law as part of a threatened crackdown on businesses not paying their female employees as much as their male ...
Unlike most of Iraq, the Kurdistan Region is safe, prosperous and modernizing rapidly. But when it comes to women's rights, there's still much room for improvement.
The trial of five executives of the PIP breat-implant company started in Marseille at 9.30 am on Wednesday morning in one of the biggest court proceedings in France’s history.
France’s government has appointed the first-ever female general gendarme.
A 70-year-old American woman staged a sit-in on top of a crane on a building site in southern France Saturday, demanding the right to see her granddaughter.
The French government is threatening to punish employers who fail to respect equal pay between men and women.