In India, women have limited access to investor and credit networks. Entrepreneur Sucharita Eashwar is looking to change that, by helping them to set up on their own.
In India, public outrage over violence against women has reached fever pitch. Entrepreneurs are no longer willing to let the devastating violations go unchallenged – they’re trying to create safer cities with technology.
India's opposition Congress party has recently appointed transgender activist Apsara Reddy as general secretary of its women's wing, making her the 134-year-old party's first transgender office bearer.
Female artists are still often overshadowed by their male colleagues, with many unknown or forgotten to history. But a French nonprofit wants to change that with a new archive to "bring visibility to women artists."
The severity of the infringements justified the fine on Google, France's regulator ruled.
Calls for mandatory X-ray age tests on unaccompanied minor refugees were rejected last year by German doctors. As an alternative, the Health Ministry is now launching a €1-million study into ultrasound testing.
The octogenarian has been charged with manslaughter after killing his wife, who had dementia. He told the court that she said she wanted to die "almost daily."
Spanish mainstream parties are cozying up to the far-right Vox after their electoral gains in Andalusia. Are social and economic progress in the region in danger? Enrique Anarte reports from Seville.
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