Until 2007, American neuroscientist Vivienne Ming was a man, and as such, at an advantage. Since her transition, she has been analysing the financial disadvantages of being a woman in the US tech industry.
Despite the appalling conditions in Libya's detention centers, some migrants are said to be paying to get into them in the hope of being resettled elsewhere +++ The Nigerian woman getting more women into the country's flourishing tech scene
Apps that alert friends and report crime to authorities are increasingly popular in one of the world's most dangerous regions for women. However, the digital divide means fewer options for those without smartphones.
After taking Israel's sports ministry to the Supreme Court over gender-based state funding of sports teams, the state is now to adjust the budget accordingly for 2019, providing vital funding for women’s football.
Exxon fraud trial over climate change costs proceeds - Japan's Uniqlo pulls ad after South Korean fury
It is in the "security interests of Germany" to act in Syria, Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer told DW. While she reportedly received Angela Merkel's signoff, her proposal caught other government politicians off guard.
Germany's Defense Minister Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer has told DW she wants a security zone in Syria overseen by Russia, Turkey and Europe. The proposal is a major departure in German policy thinking, says Jens Thurau.
In just three days, Prime Minister Boris Johnson hopes to rush his EU exit deal through the House of Commons. The process starts with two key votes, one on supporting the deal in principle, the other on his timetable.
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