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Many female MPs are too fearful to run in general election
Following the murder in 2016 of Jo Cox, MP, who had spoken out on the ‘racism and fascism’ of Britain First, an anti-Islam right wing group, there have been a troubling number of death threats against female politicians in the UK.
Sharp increase in female knife crime shines spotlight on poorly understood problem
Newly released data, indicating a 73 percent rise in knife possession by British women and girls, has drawn attention to a normally hidden social problem.
Study: Air pollution from clogged city streets could wipe years off female fertility
Exposure to filthy air from traffic-clogged streets could leave women with fewer years to have children, a study found.
Time to start studying females too, urges scientist
US neurobiologist Rebecca Shansky recalled her first experiences studying mice in the lab two decades ago: The ‘default’ was to study males.
Man Booker International shortlist dominated by female authors and translators
In an unprecedented gender split, women dominated the 2019 Man Booker International shortlist, with five female authors and an all-female cast of translators up for the £50,000 prize.
Govt. critic, anti-corruption activist becomes Slovakia’s first female president
Vocal government critic and anti-corruption activist Zuzana Caputova will become Slovakia's first female president after provisional results showed her winning Saturday's run-off election.
Older female workers in UK 'twice as likely as men' to be informal carers
Older female workers in the UK are almost twice as likely as their male counterparts to be informal carers, a report by the Office for National Statistics found.
Rouhani urges ministers to hire more female, ethnic managers
President Hassan Rouhani asked his ministers to give more “management positions” to youth, women, and people from ethnic groups.
'I don't want to be the UK's only black female history professor'
The UK's first black female history professor said she hopes she is not ‘the only one’ for long.
Report reveals female prisoners in England left to give birth without midwife
Women in England are giving birth in prison cells without access to proper medical care, according to a startling report shared with The Guardian.
Iran's female director Abyar selected for Minsk festival jury
Iranian filmmaker, author and screenwriter Narges Abyar was selected to serve on the panel of jury at the 25th Minsk International Film Festival Listapad in Belarus which is underway until November 9.
Ethiopia gets its first female supreme court president
Ethiopia’s parliament on Thursday swore in the country’s first female supreme court president, building on efforts by reformist Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed to achieve gender parity in government.
Israel extends detention without trial of female Palestinian lawmaker
Israeli authorities have extended the detention without trial of Khalida Jarrar, a prominent Palestinian legislator and senior member of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), for the fourth time in a row.
Iran female karate fighters bag 2 bronze medals
Iranian female karatekas received two bronze medals in the 2018 Youth Olympic Games.

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