Saturday, 17 August 2013

News for Today

Contributed by Stephany ArmasSomalia 'gang rape' investigated by African Union
Paid mobs attempt to sexually harass women out of Tahri
Contributed by Mayara Bello

Contributed by Karol Arámbula:

'Women who fear being forced to marry abroad told to hide spoon in underwear' (The Guardian):

'Abbott's gift of the gaffe no joke for women' (The Sydney Morning Herald):

'Man creates very first website for women ever' (Slate):

'Promote women, but not the wrong ones' (The Telegraph):

'Ukip treasurer: Women are not competitive enough for board room' (The Telegraph):

'More women are leaning in - and not getting paid for it' (Quartz):

'Women really do suffer more headaches than men' (The Telegraph):

'The Magnifying glass ceiling: The plight of women in science' (PLOS):

'Do women make good bosses' (The Age):

'The Party for women' (The American Spectator):

'How Wonder Bread fed the women's movement' (Bloomberg):

'Six women murdered but still no conviction' (The Age):

'Women had sex 'in the line of duty' to qualify as secret service recruits - but the spy chief was fake' (The National Post):

'Infertility rates for married women have dropped in the U.S. over 3 decades' (The Huffington Post):

'Big breakfast diet could 'boost fertility for PCOS women' (Medical News Today):

'En Afghanistan, des femmes artistes défient les conservateurs' (AFP):

'Egypte: Les femmes au pouvoir' (Marianne):

Contributed by Agata Blanco CompostelaThousands of Tunisians Rally For Women's Rights 
Celebrating women's voting rights,0,1036160.story  
The Largest Women’s Rights Movement in Decades is Coming to Honolulu 
Hanan Al-Shihri and women’s rights
Contributed by Suyog Shelar
Ukip treasurer: Women are not competitive enough for the board room
Feminists Launch Model for Online Learning
Lawyers, Courts Go Easy on Gender-Based Crimes
Contributed by Norhana KamidCouncil of Engineers fails to attract women #arabnews 
Man executed in Madinah for torturing wife to death #arabnews #Madinah #SpousalAbuse 
Authorities in Madinah on Thursday executed a citizen convicted of torturing his wife to death, said an Interior Ministry statement carried by the official Saudi Press Agency.

Contributed by Farah Najar Arevalo:Femen llega a México: 
"Les violences contre les femmes, ça ne s'arrête pas l'été" (Fatima Lalem, élue à la Ville de Paris)
Why Indian Gang Rape Victim Suzette Jordan Went Public:    
Dear Condescending Advertising Agencies: This Is What Your Ads For Women Look Like:    
Snapshot: Behind the Walls Of Nepal's Women
Contributed by Aakshi KalraPower to the Daughters
Women of Steel

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