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Protests and celebrations take place worldwide ahead of International Women’s Day

Ahead of International Women’s Day, the United Nations Development Programme is calling for governments to implement temporary basic income for women to prevent rising poverty and widening gender inequalities.

Highly anticipated Meghan and Harry interview to air at last

In one of the clips released ahead of the airings, Meghan describes the royal family as "the firm," a nickname that is sometimes used critically.

Pope Francis calls on Iraqi Christians to forgive and rebuild post war

Pope Francis visited Iraq's war-ravaged north to pray for victims and call for peace in the first-ever papal visit to the country.

Say it with mimosas, not roses, on International Women's Day

The tradition began in 1946 when feminists chose the mimosa as a rival flower to the traditional red rose of Valentine's Day.

Swiss voters narrowly approve face coverings ban

The country held one of its regular referendums on whether to outlaw both the niqabs and burqas worn by a few Muslim women in the country and the ski masks and bandannas used by protesters.

Rapid COVID tests available in German supermarkets as Europe records 1 million COVID cases

Europe recorded one million new COVID-19 cases last week, an increase that ended a six-week decline in infections.

Swiss voters on course to narrowly approve face coverings ban

The country is holding one of its regular referendums on whether to outlaw both the niqabs and burqas worn by a few Muslim women in the country and the ski masks and bandannas used by protesters.

Eurovision song protest: Orthodox Christians demand withdrawal of Cyprus' 'satanic' Eurovision entry

Singer Elena Tsagrinou, insists "El Diablo" has been misinterpreted and is actually about an abusive relationship, which is "extremely relevant" in these "MeToo" times.

Exiled opposition leader says she doesn't fear extradition to Belarus

Belarus's exiled opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya has said she continues to feel safe in Lithuania and is confident she won't be extradited.

Israel reopens economy after vaccinating nearly 40% of population

Bars and restaurants, hotels and schools could reopen on Sunday. But certain places are allowed to the vaccinated only.

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