Tuesday, 1 July 2014

News for Today

Contributed by: Farah Nájar Arévalo:  
Iran Won’t Let Women Watch The World Cup
Una mujer es violada en grupo y ahorcada en un árbol en Pakistán http://actualidad.rt.com/actualidad/view/131783-descubrir-mujer-violar-ahorcar-pakistan
“Femenino”, palabra masculina
La mujer cristiana de Sudán recién liberada, enfrenta dos nuevos cargos: http://mexico.cnn.com/mundo/2014/06/25/la-mujer-cristiana-de-sudan-recien-liberada-enfrenta-dos-nuevos-cargos?newscnn1=%5B20140626%5D
Alto a la violencia contra las mujeres:
How to have a feminist wedding
http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2014/jun/28/can-a-feminist-be-a-bride-laura-bates?CMP=fb_gu http://youtu.be/XjJQBjWYDTs
Colombia: la ONU aplaude nueva ley de reparación a víctimas de violencia sexual http://www.cinu.mx/noticias/mundial/colombia-la-onu-aplaude-nueva-/
“Abortion will be decriminalized this year”  http://elpais.com/elpais/2014/06/26/inenglish/1403793903_009052.html

Contributed by Karol Arámbula:

'Wome who suffer heart attackes being let down by doctos, says Heart Foundation' (News AU):

'Women are destroying science fiction (that's okay; they created it)' (NPR):

'Are young women financial fools?' (Forbes):

'Turkey's first woman party to be established' (Daily Sabah):

'Women of the world: The Rise of the Female Diplomat' by Helen McCarty, review: 'careful and compelling' (The Telegraph):

'2 Tanzanian women raped in south Delhi, two arrested' (Times of India):

'The tragic, heroic women of World War I' (The Daily Beast):

'Women rights and the double standards of the UAE' (Middle East Monitor):

'Helping women take better care of themselves and their lives' (Live Mint):

Contributed by Suyog Shelar

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