The first long distance drive in automotive history was made by a woman: Bertha Benz. But even in post World War II West Germany, many men remained reluctant to accept the idea of women drivers. These days, it's normal in most societies.
Several prominent women have been killed in Iraq over the past few weeks. The murders have sparked a discussion about whether Iraq is doing enough to protect women
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.
Georgia is the guest of honor at the 2018 Frankfurt Book Fair. The small Caucasus republic presents richly diverse literature.
As Saudi Arabia relaxes decades-old societal restrictions on women, a documentary by two Saudi women filmmakers features female pioneers. The team shared their ideas on feminism, obstacles, and what the West gets wrong.
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