An Afghan burqa seller said on Thursday that the sale of burqas has increased since the Taliban took over in Afghanistan.For the latest headlines, ...
Protecting human rights is a noble goal that humanity aspires to, which is a beautiful thing when associated with integrity and facts, but has a dark, ...
A historic moment unfolded in Saudi Arabia on Monday when, after months of preparations, the first driving license was issued to a woman. A video, ...
Recent unrest in Iran shows that the country’s present leadership is completely out of touch with the aspirations of the younger generation. ...
Mohammed bin Salman, in his interview to the New York Times, raised explained his position on several issues that have regional and global ...
Children are the most vulnerable members of society and international institutions have taken many measures to enhance their security and welfare. In ...
Many Tunisians have set a rare precedent of monogamy in the Muslim world since the early centuries of Islamic history. Enshrining the rights of women ...
A Saudi corporate lawyer launched her self-funded, free app ‘Know Your Rights’ after discovering that women do not know their ‘basic rights’
A 16-year-old girl was drugged and raped by three men in Lebanon’s city of Koura, Dahr al Ain, Lebanon Files has reported
It was the second time in just over a month that a Pakistani woman had been murdered over a marriage issue
Despite progress, female representations in parliaments across the world remain dismal
Dozens attended a "Bare With Us" rally to educate the public about women's right to go shirtless
In the report, published this week by Human Rights Watch, five such cases are mentioned, and local groups who have documented more than 100 instances are cited
The women were arrested in the southern city of Agadir in mid-June after walking through a marketplace in 'provocative' dresses
Eight days after the June 26 gun attack, President Beji Caid Essebsi on Saturday decreed a state of emergency for 30 days.
Sisi was elected president after ousting the country’s first freely elected leader, Mohamed Mursi, in 2013
FIFA financial accounts indicate that Adidas, Visa and Coca-Cola pay around $30 million a year
David Neuberger, the President of the Supreme Court, made these remarks during a lecture on making courts less intimidating
HRW said it had documented nine deaths in Egypt prisons since mid-2013
Yesterday, Saudi women celebrated International Women’s Day with a strong determination to influence change
U.S. District Judge William Martini dismissed a lawsuit brought in 2012 by eight Muslims who alleged that the NYPD's surveillance programs were unconstitutional
Tunisia adopted a secular constitution at independence in 1956 that gave women far greater rights than anywhere else in the Arab world
A Sri Lankan media rights group on Sunday accused the military of intimidating journalists who reported a deadly army crackdown on villagers ...
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