Arrests continue apace as Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman has lifted the ban on women driving.
There's a lot Saudi women still can't do, and some women's rights activists are being arrested.
Julieth González Therán was reporting from the streets of Moscow when she was grabbed by an excited fan seconinto her broadcast.
Soumya Swaminathan said Iranian modesty laws infringed on her "right to freedom of expression, and right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion."
Amsa Hathel proudly proclaimed that in the decades she's been driving, she has never once had an accident or broken any traffic rules.
Ireland's abortion laws were some of the strictest in the world. A huge majority just voted to change that.
"We are all so touched, and proud to be Irish," one of the founders of the crowdfunding group Abroad for Yes told Newsweek.
The women were watching Persepolis play Sepidrood at Tehran's Azadi Stadium.
Ivanka Trump only said, "Well, you have to understand, my father is pro-life," Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards recounted.
The Italian system does not offer artificial insemination to lesbian parents and registering a child may require the mother to lie that she had sex with a man.
"It was curious to us that someone who had been seemingly an advocate of equal pay would in such short time reverse course," a spokeswoman for the watchdog said of Ivanka Trump.
The law would force women to carry out pregnancies even in the event of serious or fatal fetal anomaly.
Female lawyers will have powers that more closely resemble those of their male colleagues.
"It's not a pivotal moment without action," Equality Now's Jacqui Hunt said.
On International Women's Day, a closer look at what the president has and hasn't done for women.
May McAleese said: "We don't want to be what the Pope describes as 'the strawberry on the cake.'"
Three female journalists have accused a senior lawmaker of sexual harassment but the issue is a thorny one in Russia, where victims are often dismissed.
With #metoo and #timesup, women around the world made their voices heard in 2017 and persisted in 2018.
"More than 90 percent of pious Muslim women in the Muslim world do not wear abayas. So we should not force people to wear abayas."
The first lady's outfit reminded observers of Clinton's choices for the Democratic National Convention, the third debate and Donald Trump's inauguration.
"I want to come home to a home-cooked dinner at six every night," Missouri Senate Candidate Courtland Sykes posted in a letter on Facebook.
Ivanka Trump's silence around hardships her brand's factory workers and their families face contradicts her commitment to improving "the lives of countless women and girls."