Saturday, 26 April 2014

News for Today

'Where's the best place for a woman in Canada?' (Global News Ca):

'Police make Syria plea to UK Muslim women' (BBC):

'Breaking bad: Gender pay gap narrows but wome shouldn't be happy about it' (The Washington Post):

'Wide-hipped women more likely to be promiscuous - study' (The New Zealand Herald):

'Do military women want combat jobs? The survey numbers say yes - and so do more than 9,000 combat action badges' (Foreign Policy):

'Women must be treated as human beings, not commodities, says UN' (The Guardian):

'For working women, focus on beauty erodes self-confidence' (Forbes):

'College president tells women to stop being perfectionists' (The Gazette):

Contributed by Ana Maria Guerra
Women must be treated as human beings, not commodities, says UN

Zambia: Unsafe Abortions Worry State

Boko Haram threatens to kill abducted schoolgirls if search is not stopped (Nigeria)

When you call a rape anything but rape, you are just making excuses for rapists (US)

Egyptian doctor to face nation's first trial over Female Genital Cutting

Pay Gap Is Because of Gender, Not Jobs (US)

Cracking down on Nairobi's Somalis (Kenya)

How feminism became a great way to sell stuff

UN Chief Calls for Burma to Investigate Military Rape Claims

Contributed by Suyog Shelar
‘Wild eyed’ and up for it: Are these the most adventurous women in Britain right now?

‘An African City’ Web series generates buzz, dismantles stereotypes

Ohio women held captive want Joan Rivers to apologize

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