Women make up just over a fifth of Pakistan's workforce.
Super Falcons players take action against non-payment from the Nigeria Football Federation.
Bonino tells Newsweek that equality is a "process."
Half of female victims said the perpetrator was a supervisor or someone of a higher rank.
U.S. neurobiologist Larry Cahill says researchers ignore critical differences between men and women's brains.
The sporting icon has some words of advice for all of the "incredible women" striving for excellence.
Nigel Farage's successor is an outspoken politician with his eye on Labour voters. But first he must unite his party.
Lilia Mouline said she was trying to "provide solutions" while the channel issued a formal apology.
"Staving off the worst impacts of climate change will be severely hindered under this next U.S. administration," the letter says.
A U.K. supermarket currently owns a Europe-wide trademark registration for the country's name
The sport may face allegations on the scale of the Jimmy Savile scandal, former Tottenham player Paul Stewart claims.
"Emotions are raw and tensions just don't heal overnight," the U.S. president-elect said.
"If she has got physical strength or something that is not perceived to be feminine, she must be a lesbian."
The mother of two was shot and stabbed one week before the EU referendum.
The spiritual leader believes Trump will tone down his divisive promises once in office.
Tom Hanks, Robert De Niro, Bruce Springsteen and Diana Ross also received the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
The pursuit of power over women can lead to psychological problems, according to research.
According to Adams, the wrong people are being asked about pay disparity in Hollywood.
Farage said he was 'very flattered' by the president-elect's comments.
Yiftah Ron-Tal has since published an apology for his controversial comments.
A report claims that government tax and benefit policies will hit women harder than men.
From nonbinary and genderqueer to pangender and two-spirit, the dating app has everyone covered.
It will cost the NHS an estimated £2 billion in treatments.
A slew of former ministers and NHS executives wrote an open letter to the U.K. government.
Researchers said babies could be screened at birth for risk of cot death.