On Sunday, Saudi Arabia lifted its ban on women driving. While the few women who have driver's licenses are thrilled about hitting the road, activists warned that the journey to full women's rights will be a long one.
All agencies and companies have to comply with the measure. Within the next three years, they will have to pay men and women equally or face fines, according to the new law, presented on International Women's Day.
Almost eight out of 10 companies and public sector institutions operating in Britain pay men more than women, a government report has shown. The figures confirmed earlier surveys on widespread workplace pay inequality.
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If you’re looking for a new job and like the party scene than the southwestern German city of Mannheim may have just the role for you. But, despite the fun title, the job does actually require some work.
An NGO rescue ship and a merchant vessel are waiting to disembark more than 300 migrants rescued in the Mediterranean Sea. Malta and Italy have refused the Mission Lifeline rescue ship permission to dock.
Russians are embracing their role as hosts for jubilent soccer fans. While some commentators say the international guests will help dispel Western media myths, others argue the exchange could undermine Kremlin control.
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