The "triple talaq" rule allows Muslim men to divorce their wife without notice and activists say it is discriminatory.
In an unprecededented petition to the king in September, nearly 15,000 Saudi women demanded an end to the system.
Teresa Manning, anti-abortion and contraception activist, will help steer teen pregnancy prevention and family planning policy.
Writing about the incident on Facebook, the girl's coach said his student felt "harassed and humiliated."
The Russian airline has faced two discrimination lawsuits from flight attendants.
Critics pointed to the kingdom's restrictive gender laws after Saudi Arabia was elected to the U.N.'s Commission on the Status of Women by secret ballot.
A new law calls on companies employing 250 people or more to submit their data by April 2018.
If she had stayed, she says, "probably by now I'd be dead and buried."
Abortion in El Salvador has been illegal since 1998.
Kentucky is one of seven states with a single abortion clinic.
The 54-year-old devout Christian says his faith led him to believe he has a duty to help women in need.
The annual Equal Pay Day is held to highlight the ongoing gender pay gap.
The university aims to "redress the balance" that favored "dead white males" in the past.
Analysts warn that recent government actions do not look supportive of women's rights.
Libya's eastern authority has banned women under 60 years old from traveling alone.
The state representative who sponsored the bill referred to pregnant women as "hosts."
Afghan civilian casualties reached a 15-year high in 2016, according to the U.N.