Iran has put two female journalists, Niloufar Hamedi and Elaheh Mohammadi, on trial for reporting on the death of Mahsa Amini, a young woman who died in custody after being arrested for wearing her hijab "improperly." Amini's death spark...
A photograph of a woman, wearing a white chador with an ornate pattern and standing in front of a hanging Persian rug, is perhaps the most striking image of a new exhibition in Milan that aims to shed light on women’s lives in today’s Iran.
The four passengers are expected to reach the International Space Station on Monday, where they will spend just over a week before a splashdown just off the coast of Florida in the US.
Earlier this week, the New York Police Department confirmed the situation in a statement, saying that the couple's travel was made "challenging" by paparazzi.
UN officials on Thursday urged the Iraqi government to push ahead with political and economic reforms, and to continue talks with Kuwait about reparations for the disappearance of Kuwaitis during the Iraqi invasion in 1990.
A French court of appeals confirmed former President Nicolas Sarkozy's three-year jail term for corruption and influence peddling
The 68-year-old was also barred from holding public office for three years after serving one term from 2007 to 2012.
Jemima tweeted, "Finally sense has prevailed," attaching a screenshot of the news of Khan's release.
The findings come amid scrutiny of workplace treatment of women following a series of recent claims of sexual misconduct at high-profile organisations including the CBI.
About 27,000 women now work in the UAE’s aviation sector, a figure that represents 42 percent of the workforce, the Emirates News Agency reported on Wednesday
Pearl Initiative, The Business Family House sign MoU to strengthening corporate governance in GCC family businesses
The Pearl Initiative, 'a business-led non-profit organisation that promotes corporate accountability in the Gulf region’s private sector and The Business Family House, a pioneer in the support and development of family businesses in the ...
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An investigation found the youngsters worked the cash register and drive-thru, and sometimes cleaned the floors, with one child even allowed to operate the deep fat fryer.
The Women's Tennis Association will resume tournaments in China this year having accepted an investigation into the sexual assault allegations made by former player Peng Shuai will not be carried out by the Chinese government.
Three-month-old Tayabullah is quiet and motionless. His mother Nigar moves the oxygen pipe away from his nose and puts a finger below his nostrils to check if she can feel him breathing.
Wary of re-igniting Iran’s worst political turmoil in years, the country’s rulers are resorting to new, less obtrusive tactics to punish women who refuse to wear the obligatory hijab.
A three-year-old British girl in Sudan was denied entry to a UK evacuation flight along with her mother, the child’s father told The Times newspaper.
Violation of women’s rights,” the women chanted during the march, which lasted no longer than 10 minutes in the capital.
A Dutch man suspected of fathering more than 550 children worldwide through sperm donations has been ordered to stop.