More than one million people, mostly women, marched across the world against US President Donald Trump. Seven German cities also saw such marches, where thousands of people took to the streets, braving freezing cold conditions.
A German woman sued her bank after it refused to call her "Kundin" (female customer) rather than "Kunde" (male customer). But Germany's highest civil court has said the bank did not discriminate against her.
A Kurdish youth group in Germany is vowing to bring destruction to Europe, following several attacks on Turkish targets. Ankara has urged Germany to do more to find those responsible for mosque attacks over the weekend.
Five million women across Spain are said to have taken part in the mass mobilization on International Women's Day. Union organizations called for strikes, as well as street demonstrations.
It wasn't until director Dieter Wedel was accused of sexual assault in the 1990s, that Germany got loud on #MeToo. But does the country's limping response imply inaction? Tamsin Walker went in search of some clarity.
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