We spoke to Moazzam Begg, a British man caught in center of the war on terror, and held for years in prisons around the world for no clear reason.
Symphysiotomy was a violently life-altering childbirth operation that was performed on thousands of Irish women without their consent. But the government wants to shred medical records of those who suffered the procedure.
Over the weekend, over 15 cities in Poland protested a proposed ban on abortion that would see women and doctors face up to five years in jail. We asked one women's group why Poland is turning back the clock on abortion access.
In India, women are banned from entering Hindu temples if they are on their period. But increasing numbers are protesting to demand the right to worship, pray, and menstruate inside religious institutions.
Five years after the deadly Japan tsunami, married couples in the country are breaking up over disagreements about radiation safety. The phenomenon has led to a trend known as "atomic divorce," or genpatsu rikon.
One of the UK's most significant archives of women's history is facing eviction after landlords doubled its rent. We went down to a protest on Wednesday to speak to distraught volunteers and visitors about the potential closure of the landmark.
The sex attacks in Cologne on New Year's Eve have stoked the flames of anti-refugee hatred in Germany. But many women's rights organizations say that the country's problem with rape and sexual assault goes far deeper than the refugee crisis.
The Northern Ireland Assembly has shot down proposals to legalize abortion in cases of rape, incest, and fatal fetal abnormality. We talked to pro-choice activists about the disappointing setback for reproductive rights.
Last week, Australia lifted its ban on breastfeeding in parliament. But for other female politicians round the world, feeding their children at their place of work is a lot more complicated.
While Japan has officially apologized to South Korea for enlisting women as sex slaves during World War II, Filipina victims remain unacknowledged in their struggle for justice.