A Pakistani military court has sentenced 10 men to long prison terms for their involvement in the 2012 attack against Malala Yousafzai. But there's no word on the fate of the chief suspect, and that has some Pakistanis asking if justice has really been served.
Five women's rights activists in China released from detention are under pressure by police to keep quiet and stay in line. But it's not stopping them — nor putting a stop to discussion of the issues they're fighting for.
The Rawiya photography collective is made of only women, the first in the Middle East. Their recent exhibit gives new voice to often unheard women from that part of the world.
When you are a child goddess in Nepal, you never go outside, except for festivals. After last weekend's deadly quake, however, you have no other choice.
When a same-sex couple arrived at Clela Rorex's county office in 1975 to ask for a marriage license, she said yes. That decision may have been the first act in the long and still-incomplete battle for same-sex unions. Rorex says she wouldn't change a thing.
The fight against ISIS has consumed Iraq and Syria. Many women have answered the call to try and roll back the terrorists' forces, including this all-women group called the YPJ.
What do you do when there are only about 20 practicing surgeons for an entire country? Mozambique decided to train non-physicians to do surgery, giving rise to a class of medical workers called tecnicos who do almost all of the country's operations.
Brittany Bronson is a feminist and university instructor, but she's also a Las Vegas cocktail waitress. And the pursuit of tips and wages means she — and other working-class women, she believes — often has to tolerate harassment and put aside her feminism to make a living.
The push to get more Japanese women into the workforce has many of them worried that they're just being asked to do more with less.
More than 1,000 garment workers died when the Rana Factory complex in Bangladesh collapsed two years ago. Today, the survivors and their families are still haunted by the "smell of death" at the site — and the prejudices they face after making it through the tragedy.