Though soccer is essentially a religion in Brazil, the women's team enjoys little of the recognition in which their male counterparts bask. And that's only the tip of the discrimination iceberg.
President Jair Bolsonaro rode to power on a "30 bullets for every bandit" slogan in a bid to fight crime in Brazil. Those closest to the firing line are bearing the brunt of police impunity. Robbie Blakeley reports.
Fans were angered after the Spanish team separated its mens and womens teams on a flight to their first joint international tour. But one player said the situtation was blown out of proportion.
Fifty-two female sports journalists launched a campaign to gather reports of aggressive incidents, harassment and prejudice they have suffered both in newsrooms and on the pitch. The movement is already gaining traction.
The automakers said they want to "establish a new player" to rival services from firms like Uber.
The Republic of Moldova will elect a new parliament this Sunday — and there has been no lack of drama in the homestretch. There is much more on the ballot than meets the eye.
Bishops at a summit on sexual abuse in the Catholic Church have heard of the abuse suffered by just some of the victims. One victim was Juan Carlos Cruz, who told DW the Catholic Church needs a "zero tolerance" policy.
The 57-year-old was arrested in a town north of Vienna on charges of sexual abuse of his children and the grand-children under his custody. The case is being compared to another, discovered 10 years ago.
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