A Report by Linda Vierecke
The inauguration of Georgia's first female president marks the start of the country's new constitution. Salome Zurabishvili has committed to making the former Soviet state's path toward Europe "irreversible."
More than 70 women, 20 different countries and one passion: football. An exhibition traveling around Germany is aiming to make female football supporters more visible by telling their stories.
Many girls and women in Africa suffer from the effects of female genital mutilation (FGM), although it is banned in several countries. Doctors on the ground and in Germany provide medical and psychological help.
The town of Eichstätt introduced female-only parking spaces after a woman was raped there in 2016. Now a motorist has sued for discrimination — with the city agreeing the spots will be "recommendations" in the future.
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