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7/4/2015

TEHRAN — In a major shift, Iran announced Saturday that women would be allowed to attend big sporting events, reversing a rule that had barred them from entering stadiums to watch matches attended by men.

7/4/2015

The massacre that killed 147 people and wounded scores of others at a Kenyan university lasted for hours Thursday before the terror was over.

2/4/2015

It is a real story of feudalism within Sindh, which is still running in the brains of almost every Sindhi People living within Sindh. We still living the life where women is just been used for the trade. In Sindh, we claim that we respect our Women and we honor them, but reality is still different.

1/4/2015
Joan Kagezi, the top Ugandan state prosecutor in the trial of 13 men accused of a deadly al-Shabab bomb attack, has been shot dead in Kampala.
 
Ms Kagezi was targeted on her way home by motorbike gunmen, officials say.
 
The trial of the men, accused of links to the 2010 Kampala suicide bombing which killed 76 people, has been suspended.
 
31/3/2015

Indonesia's most prominent  Islamic clerical body has issued a fatwa proposing a host of punishments for

30/3/2015

Gender incompetent policies and hierarchical understandings of rights dominate global economic governance programmes.

25/3/2015

The circular stirred controversy in Yemeni society, especially among women who feel that the next phase will bring in many unpleasant surprises regarding hard-won gains they had achieved. Some women have concerns about Houthis since they are so dogmatic when it comes to women’s rights.