Thursday, 8 May 2014

News for Today

Contributed by Farah Najar Arévalo
Press Release: New research reveals violence against women in politics rampant in South Asia:
Teresa Ulloa rechaza acusaciones de dos priistas, colaboradoras de Cuauhtémoc:
16-Year-Old Student Receives College Degree Before Graduating High School
Una de las niñas raptadas en Nigeria denuncia hasta 15 violaciones diarias por un grupo islamista radical
Boko Haram: por qué el grupo terrorista secuestra niñas en Nigeria:

Contributed by Karol Arámbula:

'A women's issue: statins' (The New York Times):

'How Nigeria's most famous daughters are raising their voices to bring back kidnapped girls' (ABC News):

'Empowering women, one ice pick at a time' (ABC News):

'River Island removes 'sexist' gag for women after Twitter outrage' (The Telegraph):

'Why women cheat in May' (Times Live):

'Is working from home easier for women?' (Forbes):

'5 hings that make women feel bad about their bodies' (Care 2):

Contributed by Suyog Shelar
Attorney: Castro Allowed Cleveland Women an Escape

Women reach the top in Nepal’s trekking industry

Women Around the World Hack for Good

[Zimbabwe] Traditional leaders support land for women

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